These programs lead to an initial teaching license. They are ideal for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in another area and are interested in a career in education.
- Elementary Education (K-6)
- Middle and Secondary Education (6-12)
- English/Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Career and Technical Education
- Child and Family Development (B-K)
- Special Education (K-12)
- Adapted curriculum, general curriculum
- Teaching English as a Second Language (K-12)
- Foreign Language Education (K-12)
- Arabic*, Cherokee*, Chinese, French, German, Greek (Ancient or Modern)*, Hebrew*, Hindi*, Italian*, Japanese, Korean*, Latin*, Portuguese*, Swahili*, Turkish* and Spanish.
- Art Education (K-12) The Fa22 and Sp23 Art Ed cohorts are full and no longer accepting applications. 7.1.22
*Due to limited availability of internship sites, candidates seeking licensure in these languages must be residency teachers and complete the internship in their own classrooms.
Teaching (Add-On Licensure)
These programs are for individuals who have a teaching license and a bachelor’s degree and would like to add an area to their current teaching license.
Instructional Systems Technology (K-12)*
*Individuals do not have to have a teaching license in order to pursue this graduate certificate, but if they do, they can receive the 079 special endorsement.
- Educational Administration (add-on Advanced licensure)
Advanced Literacy Instruction & Intervention
These programs are for individuals who are interested in learning about a specific topic or expanding their knowledge base that will assist them in furthering their career.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (non-licensure)
Play Therapy (non-licensure)*
Substance Abuse Counseling (non-licensure)*
School Counseling (Advanced licensure)*
- Early Childhood Mental Health (B-K)
Quantitative Analyses (non-licensure)
*Must have Master’s degree in counseling, social work, or psychology