School of Education and Psychology


Department
Members
Steve Pawluk, Dean; Austin Archer, Cleona Bazzy, Mark Haynal, Hollis James, Ginger Ketting, Gail Rittenbach, Lee Stough, Verlie Ward. Certification Officer; Molly Hanson.
 




The School of Education and Psychology offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in elementary education and special education, and a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in psychology. Minors are available in education, early childhood education, special education, and psychology, and preparation is provided for state and denominational certification in elementary education, special education, or secondary teaching. With careful planning, a bachelor's degree and the first teaching certificate may be earned in four years of study.
 
For a description of programs leading to a master's degree in Education or Counseling Psychology, see the Graduate Bulletin.
 



The department
offers these
degrees and
majors.

Degrees
* MAJOR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (Bachelor of Science)
* MAJOR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION (Bachelor of Science)
* PREPARATION FOR SECONDARY TEACHING
* MINOR IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
* MINOR IN EDUCATION
* MINOR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
* MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY (Bachelor of Arts)
* MINOR IN PSYCHOLOGY



Courses
* EARLY CHILDHOOD (CHLD)
* EDUCATION (EDUC)
* PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)
* SPECIAL EDUCATION (SPED)