The program consists of 132 credits, including a minimum of 30 credits for the coursework on General Education, 102 credits for Professional/Teaching Studies/Teaching Practice, and 6 credits for elective courses. Students usually spend four years in the program, with a minimum enrollment of eight consecutive sixteen-week semesters. Upon successful completion of the required coursework and teacher skills development element, students will be awarded the degree.

Areas of Specialization

  1. Early Childhood Education
  2. Elementary Education
  3. Secondary Education
  4. Non-Formal Education
  5. Art Education
  6. Business Education
  7. Music Education
  8. Counseling Psychology, Guidance and Special Education
  9. Educational Technology
  10. Health and Physical Education