Impacting lives as an educational leader is a privilege for all of our graduates. The College of Education (COE) undergraduate programs prepares graduates for a wide range of careers from traditional Pre K-20 education and teaching degrees to working with the community, children, and families. Our undergraduate education programs are fully accredited and integrated with common courses and experiences that provide prospective teachers with additional skills to meet the needs of second language learners and students with special needs. Our students benefit from one of the state’s’ most rigorous and diverse internship programs, leveraging our deep community ties to gain comprehensive hands on experiences in the field. In addition, our class sizes are small, offering intensive individualized attention to our students. Our faculty has significant practical experience, instilling students with the foundational knowledge and real world insights needed to truly make a difference.
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