This page displays all College of Education and Affiliated Programs that offer preliminary or advanced credentials. View Explore Our Programs for a full overview of all programs the College of Education offers, including bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and doctoral degrees.
Teach in career technical, trade or vocational areas
For advising on the following preliminary Education Specialist, Multiple Subject and Single Subject credential programs, please contact the Teacher Preparation Advising Center.
Teach students with special needs
Become an elementary school teacher
Become a middle or high-school teacher
Earn a Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential and a Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
Administration and implementation of physical activity programs for persons with disabilities in K-12 schools.
Authorization to provide special education services within the specific subject area and is limited to the grade and age levels authorized by the holder's prerequisite credential.
Authorization to teach in Dual Language classrooms
The Credential Center has information regarding Supplementary Authorizations, Subject Matter Authorization, and adding a Multiple, Single, or Additional Content Area.
Authorization to assess student reading and provide reading instruction in response to those assessments
Authorization to provide departmentalized instruction in information literacy, digital literacy, and digital citizenship
Earn an advanced special education teaching credential
Become a school principal or other school administrator
Learn to use data-driven interventions to promote academic, career, and personal/social development in urban elementary, middle and high school students.
Become highly trained in education and psychology to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally.
Become highly trained to provide appropriate prevention and intervention strategies to remove barriers to learning.
Authorization to conduct Language, Speech, and Hearing assessments and provide specific learning disability area services related to speech and language, and special education services to individuals with language and speech impairments across the special education disability areas, to students from birth through age 22.
Become a credentialed library professional (program includes Special Class Authorization in Digital Literacy)