The College of Education offers undergraduate programs leading to the bachelor of science degree in education. The College offers the following teacher education programs (NOTE: "P" refers to "pre-school" and "K" to "kindergarten."):
- Elementary education (K–6)
- Foreign language (P–12), with concentrations in French, German, Latin, and Spanish
- Music education (P–12), with concentrations in instrumental or choral music
- Physical education (P–12)
- Secondary education (6–12), with majors in English language arts (comprehensive), French, German, Latin, mathematics (comprehensive), science (comprehensive), social science (comprehensive), and Spanish
- Special education, with P–6 and 6–12 concentrations in collaborative education, K–6 concentration in multiple abilities, and Birth–8 years concentration in early childhood special education
A concentration leading to the baccalaureate degree is also offered in exercise and sport science, but this concentration does not lead to teacher certification.
A student enrolled in the Graduate School may be admitted to one of the College of Education's alternative (nontraditional, fifth-year) certification programs in order to complete a master's degree and obtain initial licensure (Class A) in a broad range of teaching fields.