UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS IN THE
Degree Programs Offered
EC-6 or 4-8
Students who wish to teach in either the early childhood through grade six levels or in the grade four through eight levels (middle school) pursue the Bachelor of Science with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies with the following four categories of study:
The total number of hours to graduate will vary between 128 to 139 semester hours, depending on the focus selected. Students who seek secondary certification (8-12) or all-level certification (Early Childhood-12) follow the curriculum outlined by the department of their major. These students take professional development courses offered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
Interdisciplinary Studies Majors
Students seeking this major should consult with advisors in the Advising Center prior to each registration for detailed information regarding specific requirements.
High School and All-Level Programs
Students who wish to be certified to teach at the high school level (grades 8-12) will follow the curriculum specified by their major department and will apply to the appropriate department or advising center for their degree outline. The Department of Curriculum and Instruction provides the following professional education sequence: CI 3310, CI 3325, High School Block, and ED 4681 (Student Teaching).