Programs and Majors
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction provides a wide variety of majors and
concentrations, from undergraduate to graduate and specialist diplomas for teachers.
- Career and Technical Education has bachelor's and master's degrees with concentrations in business education, technical education, and family and consumer sciences.
- Childhood and Elementary Education offers bachelor's and master's degrees for teaching kindergarten through sixth grade (K-6).
- Curriculum and Instruction supports a master's degree, a largely online master's-level educational specialist degree and a doctor of philosophy.
- Educational Leadership focuses on administrative skills with graduate certificates, and master's and educational specialist degrees -- all online programs -- and doctor of education.
- Educational Studies comprises an interdisciplinary bachelor of science curriculum for students interested in the field broadly rather than the classroom specifically.
- Educational Technology is a leading-edge online, non-thesis master's program that includes studies in instructional design, distance education, and training and development.
- Secondary Education, a master's program, focuses on teaching at the middle and high school level.
- Special Education has degrees at the bachelor's and master's level and also offers preparation for graduate certificates and endorsements.
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages consists of degree work leading toward a master of education.