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Degrees & Programs

The College of Education offers a comprehensive range of degrees and programs—bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees (many with online and off-campus options)—and extensive non-degree and certification learning experiences.*

Use the degrees and programs search tool below to discover the program that best fits you.

Program Degrees Department Website
Children and Families | BS B.S. Teacher Education
Post-Baccalaureate Program in Elementary Education Teacher Education Website
Teaching - Secondary English Concentration M.A.T. Teacher Education
Teaching - Commonly Taught World Languages Concentration M.A.T. Teacher Education
Learning Technology and Design Grad Cert. Teacher Education Website
Honors Program B.S. + M.S. Teacher Education Website
Post-Baccalaureate Program in Secondary Education Teacher Education Website
Educational Assessment Grad Cert. Teacher Education Website
Teaching - Less Commonly Taught World Languages Concentration M.A.T. Teacher Education
Elementary Education Reading Comprehensive | BS B.S. Teacher Education
Reading M.A. Teacher Education
Teaching - Secondary Mathematics Concentration M.A.T. Teacher Education
Learning Technology and Design M.A. Teacher Education Website
Elementary Education Language Arts Comprehensive | BS B.S. Teacher Education Website
Special Education K-12 Speech-Language Pathology Endorsement - Elementary | BS B.S. Special Education
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology Cert. Special Education Website
Special Education M.A. Special Education
Speech-Language Pathology M.A. Special Education Website
Special Education with Elementary Certification - Cognitive Impairment M.A. Special Education
Special Education K-12 Speech-Language Pathology Endorsement - Secondary | BS B.S. Special Education

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*All professional education programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and approved by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE). Many programs hold an additional national recognition.