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Academics

Teacher Education Programs

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Undergraduate initial licensure programs

Unified Early Childhood (birth - 3rd grade)

Elementary

Middle-level (5-8th): Math, Science

Secondary (6-12th): English, Social Studies

All levels: Foreign Languages, Health & Physical Education

Graduate initial licensure programs

Early Childhood Unified (birth-K)

Middle-level (5-8th): Math, Science

Secondary (6-12th): Biology, Chemistry, Earth & Space Science, Math, Physics

All levels: Foreign Languages, Physical Education

School Psychologist

Graduate programs for added endorsements

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Degrees by Department

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Curriculum & Teaching

Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

  • Educational Administration: MSE, Online MSE, EdD, PhD
  • Educational Technology: MSE, PhD
  • Social and Cultural Studies in Education: MSE, PhD
  • Higher Education Administration: MSE, EdD, PhD
  • Policy Studies in Education: PhD

Health, Sport & Exercise Science

  • Athletic Training: BS
  • Community Health: BSE
  • Health & Physical Education: BSE, MSE, PhD
  • Exercise Science: BS
  • Sport Management: BS

Psychology & Research in Education

  • Counseling Psychology: MS, PhD
  • Educational Psychology & Research: MSE, PhD
  • School Psychology: EdS, PhD

Special Education

 


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Research expenditures of $36,804,773 for 2011-12