Undergraduate Programs

Early Childhood Education

This program prepares candidates interested in working with young children ages 2 1/2 through six years in private schools and other educational environments.

Elementary Education

Upon completion of this degree program, graduates are licensed to teach Kindergarten through 6th grade.

Secondary Education

Graduates are licensed to teach grades 6 through 12 in their licensure core content area (English, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies).

Prospective Students

We offer a variety of learning opportunities to tailor an environment that fits your needs.  Students who are interested in a traditional, campus-based, four-year program are encouraged to apply through the Admissions Office.  Students who wish to pursue an a degree through online, evening and hybrid courses are should apply through the PACE Undergraduate Program.  Please note that certain majors are only offered in select formats.

Undergraduate Program

Majors Offered

  • Elementary Education

Program Characteristics

  • Campus-based, day courses
  • Two semesters per year


PACE Undergraduate Program

Majors Offered

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Early Childhood Education with a Montessori Credential
  • Secondary Education

Program Characteristics

  • Accelerated evening and online courses
  • 10-week terms
  • Four terms per year