The School of Education, in cooperation with the College of Humanities and Sciences, offers extended teacher preparation programs in secondary education (grade six through grade 12) and early childhood and elementary education (prekindergarten through grade six). The successful completion of these programs results in the simultaneous awarding of both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree.

The Extended Teacher Preparation program is intended only for undergraduate students who are seeking to apply to the Master of Teaching program.

Further details of the Extended Teacher Preparation program can be found in the Graduate Bulletin. Students interested in the program should speak with their adviser for more information.

For the traditional, four-year pathway in early childhood education, elementary education, health and physical education, engineering education, and special education students should review undergraduate admissions information for the Bachelor of Science in Education program. For more information on undergraduate programs, visit the School of Education website.