220 Killian Building/Main Campus
Dale Carpenter-Interim, Dean
Kim Ruebel, Associate Dean
The College of Education and Allied Professions seeks to prepare professional personnel for the schools and colleges of the state and region and for other educational and service agencies. It coordinates all teacher education curricula at the university and provides services to individuals, schools, and regional educational and professional agencies. It undertakes continuous evaluation to assure curricula and professional services of high quality and coordinates the screening, selection, and counseling of students pursuing programs of study in the school.
The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Science in Education degrees are awarded upon completion of the undergraduate programs offered in the college. The Bachelor of Science degree is awarded in birth-kindergarten, psychology, and parks and recreation management. The Bachelor of Science in Education degree is normally awarded to those completing a teacher education program. Students may pursue programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees simultaneously with a program in teacher education but must fulfill all requirements of an approved teacher education program.