F. Todd Goodson, Chair
Professors: F.T. Goodson, Herrera, Mercer, Murry, Spears, and Vontz
Associate Professors: Allen, Burenheide, Larson, Martinie, Staples, Stoney, Subramony, Taylor, and Yahnke
Assistant Professors: Duncan, L. Goodson, Levin, Martinez, McKeeman, Nguyen, Perez, Porath, Sherbert, and Thiele
Teaching Assistant Professor: Ellner, Harlow, and Scherling
Professors of Practice: Merritt and Perez
Instructors: Alberto, Harlow, Messer, Kuhn, and Myers
Emeriti: Bridges, Brookhart, Burden, Byars, Curtis, Dalida, Griffin, Griffith, Hancock, Hawk, Heerman, K. Holen, Hortin, Kellstrom, Kurtz, Laurie, McGrath, Perl, Price, Rader, Scharmann, Schell, Shroyer, Soldan, Stone, Sturr, Talab, Welton, Wissman, and Wright, and Yahnke
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This department offers a four-year program leading to licensure in the elementary school. The studies for the bachelor’s degree include three areas: general education, professional education, and an area of concentration.
This department offers a four-year degree program leading to licensure as a secondary school teacher in one or more of the following fields: art, biology, business, chemistry, earth and space science, English, journalism, mathematics, modern languages, physical education/health, physics, speech, and social science. In addition, the department provides teaching methods courses, field experiences, and secondary education student teaching experiences to serve students in music education. The department also provides similar courses for students in agricultural education, family and consumer sciences education.
The bachelor’s degree in educational studies prepares candidates to participate in shaping and making educational policy, work with youth in non-school settings, prepare for international teaching, or participate in the entrepreneurial realm.
Education Programs Outside College of Education
Bachelor of Science in Education
Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies
Bachelor of Science-Secondary Education Teaching Fields
Curriculum and Instruction