Majors and Programs

graphics students at workPrograms leading to bachelor's and master's degrees from the College of Communication and Education and state teaching credentials open the door to a variety of exciting professions in human service industries. The School of Education provides a variety of paths to a teaching credential. The School of Communication and the departments of Kinesiology, and Recreation and Parks Management provide specialized training in several exciting professions. There are 13 minors and various certificates available in the college. Please refer to the University Catalog for the requirements for the following programs:

School of Communication

BA Communication Design
            Options: Graphic Design, Mass Communication Design,
            Media Arts
BA Communication Studies
            Options: Organizational Communication & Human Communication

MA Communication Studies

BA Communication Sciences and Disorders

MA Communication Sciences and Disorders

BA Journalism
            Options: News-Editorial & Public Relations

School of Education

Teaching Credentials
Service and Specialist Credentials
MA Education
            Options: Curriculum and Instruction, Linguistically and
            Culturally Diverse Learners, Special Education,
            Educational Administration

Department of Kinesiology

BA Kinesiology
            Options: Movement Studies & Physical Education Teacher
            Education
BS Exercise Physiology
MA Kinesiology

Department of Recreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management

BS Recreation Administration
            Options: Community and Commercial Recreation, Parks and
            Natural Resources Management, Resort and Lodging
            Management, Special Events and Tourism,
            Therapeutic Recreation
MA Recreation Administration

Liberal Studies

BA Liberal Studies
BA Liberal Studies Integrated Teacher CORE
BA Liberal Studies/Child Development