Bachelor in Sciences in Education

Bachelor's Degree Programs

Undergraduate Degree Programs

B.S.E. in Career and Technical Education

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Career and Technical Education with several concentrations:

Business Education

 A concentration in Business Education offers on-campus students the chance to become effective educators and communicators as they learn to teach the latest computer technologies and subject matters that focus on the core areas of business. Both undergraduate and graduate tracks in business education provide rigorous and intellectually stimulating programs that offer students a broad variety of professional careers in business education and technology.

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

 On-campus students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Education degree may select the Family and Consumer Sciences Education Program Concentration as a field of specialization in career and technical education. Requirements for initial licensure may be met by completion of the B.S.E.

Technology Education

 A Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Technology Education is a licensure program that prepares one to teach technology, pre-engineering, or other technical subject matter at the high school, middle-level, or community college. Additionally, the program prepares one to enter mid-level technical/management careers in business and industry.

Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies

The Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies (B.S.Ed.) is a customizable degree for all students within the College of Education and Health Professions. Available in the fall of 2014, it focuses on the general theory and practice of learning and teaching. This degree, in itself, does not include licensure. Students completing this program will have the cognitive ability to apply teaching strategies to a variety of employers such as private sector businesses, nonprofit organizations, community agencies and with additional training and licensure school settings.

B.S.E. in Human Resource and Workforce Development Education

The HRWD major is specifically designed for career adults seeking to complete a bachelorís degree. The plan of study accelerates degree-completion by awarding technical credit for professional certifications and knowledge gained by experience. Online courses are offered on a traditional 15-week semester schedule. Undergraduates also obtain a solid academic base from which they can pursue a graduate degree.