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School of Education and Social Sciences
Our students experience a dynamic combination of in-class and exciting engagement opportunities that fully prepare them for the many challenges that classroom teachers and working professionals manage on a daily basis.
Social Science degrees include Social Science, Psychology, History, and Sociology, programs which can be combined with the the Early Admission to Law School Program.
Education programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Teacher certification is available in
... and the following secondary areas:
All programs require either student teaching in a local district or a practicum/internship at a site related to the student’s career
interests. There are close ties with professional communities, providing valuable connections for our students. To see data on the teacher education programs, click here.
There are totally online programs, both undergraduate and graduate, are available to meet the needs of working professionals.
The Ph.D. in Instructional Management and Leadership degree program offers an opportunity to become better managers and leaders of the instructional process and to pursue positions in higher education and in training and development.
The School of Education and Social Science is located at the heart of campus in the Nicholson Center, 4th Floor. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities.
Multiple student clubs and organizations are available for active student engagement:
Opportunities for student travel, both regionally and internationally, are available to enhance professional experiences beyond the classroom.
Education students follow the Teacher Education Progress Process for undergraduates, post-baccalaureate students, and transfer students to guide them on their journey to teacher certification.
Our school newsletter is below: