Coordinator: Dr. Danné Davis
Office: University Hall, Room 3163
Major in Family Science and Human Development and Professional Education Sequence in K-6 Education.
Undergraduates start this program with a major in Family Science and Human Development that provides a deep understanding of child development and systemic and societal issues of equity in early childhood education.
The program is designed to develop competencies in inclusive education to teach young children who have disabilities alongside those who do not.
Students complete general education and major requirements and an initial set of coursework in education as undergraduates.
As graduate students, they complete the coursework in education and complete a yearlong clinical fieldwork experience.
The program is run in a cohort model for professional coursework and requires a five year commitment. The 153-credit program is run in a cohort model.
The Bachelor’s/MAT Dual-Certification Inclusive Education Program provides students with the opportunity to receive both a bachelor’s and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree with teacher certification in both general education and special education. The program is designed to help teachers develop competencies needed to teach students who have disabilities along with those who do not.
In this program, students complete general education and major requirements and an initial set of coursework in education as undergraduates. As graduate students, they will complete the coursework in education and conduct their fieldwork and student teaching.