The College of Education, Humanities and Behavioral Sciences is organized into six departments:
Educational Leadership and Secondary Education
English and Foreign Languages
Health Sciences, Human Performance, and Communicative Disorders
Reading, Elementary/Early Childhood & Special Education
Social Work, Psychology and Counseling
Visual, Performing, and Communication Arts
The College offers a variety of undergraduate programs leading to the BS degree, with concentrations in graphic design, studio art, art education, physical education teaching P-12, health education, exercise science, sport management, elementary education and early childhood education, and secondary education with majors in biology, chemistry, English, history, physics or mathematics, as well as career technical education areas including agriscience education, business/marketing education, family and consumer sciences education, technical education and career technologies education. Thre are majors in psychology, collaborative teaching, early childhood special education, communicative sciences and disorders, and a minor in psychology. Minors offered for students in fields outside teacher education include art history, studio art, graphic design and communicative sciences and disorders.
The College offers an MS degree in physical education, communicative sciences and disorders, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, rehabilitation concentration in counseling psychology, guidance and counseling and a non-certification degree in secondary education; an MEd in instructional leadership; an alternative fifth year MEd degree; an Education Specialist (EdS) degree in various areas; and a PhD Reading degree which trains reading/literacy professionals to teach in the field.