These degrees provide skills and knowledge required for entry-level positions and advancement in the field of education. Potential Occupational Titles include, but are not limited to, teacher, education administrator, and instructor. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (April 13, 2018), the median pay in the United States is $62,000 for bachelor’s degree. The job outlook for 2016-26 shows a 7% increase annually with approximately 115,000 jobs under employment change during the same time period.

The College of Education offers two levels of degrees.

Bachelor of Science Degree in Education  

The primary program objective of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Education is to give students a well rounded knowledge of child development, teacher and learning theories, proven educational practices, methods for supporting diverse populations, and strategies for helping students with special needs.  This program does not include state teacher licensure programming requirements or the associated testing for teachers in the United States.  It does provide excellent preparation for post baccalaureate teacher licensure programs in the US.  It does provide a strong foundation for jobs and advanced study in a variety of fields.  More…

Master of Science Degree in Education  

The primary program objective for the Master of Science Degree in Education is to build practitioner-scholars who will work in a variety of educational settings including but not limited to classroom team leaders, campus instructional coaches, district curriculum support, as well as campus administration and district leadership. More…