IMPORTANT: Transfer and/or readmitted students must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative college GPA to enter any of the licensure programs listed below. Students who do not meet this requirement but do meet general admission requirements may be admitted into non-licensure programs such as MDS (Multidisciplinary Studies) General.
The following undergraduate teacher licensure programs of study are advised through the College of Education Advising Center:
More detailed information about the above teacher licensure programs of study can be found under "Academic Organization and Programs of Study" in the Undergraduate Catalog. Advising for Agricultural Education (AGED), Art Education (ARED), and Music Education (MUED) is done though the respective academic departments.
The 2 Plus 2 Program offers on-site delivery of the third and fourth years of the College of Education’s teacher licensure program at surrounding community colleges, and is designed to mirror the quality of on-campus classes while increasing accessibility.
The following non-teacher licensure programs of study are offered in Excercise Science:
More detailed information about the above Exercise Science programs of study can be found under "Academic Organization and Programs of Study" in the Undergraduate Catalog.
The Post-Baccalaureate Program is designed to grant teacher licensure to interested individuals who have completed a bachelor's degree in an area that did not lead to teacher licensure.