The college offers undergraduate majors in the following areas of study:
Child and Family Studies major, BS in Health and Human Sciences—Early Development and Learning PreK–K track
Child and Family Studies major, BS in Health and Human Sciences—Early Childhood Education Teacher Licensure PreK–3 track
Child and Family Studies, undergraduate practicum programs
Department Requirements—Dependent upon which practicum option chosen
Kinesiology major, BS in education
Recreation and Sport Management Major, BS in education—Sport Management concentration
Recreation and Sport Management major, BS in education—Therapeutic Recreation concentration
The Service Learning Honors Program offers the opportunity to apply knowledge and skills specific to the academic major of choice to work with individuals and/or groups in the community. Please contact our Student Services Center for more information about this program.
Audiology and Speech Pathology Major
Special Education major, BS in Education—Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing concentration
Special Education major, BS in Education—Educational Interpreting concentration
Special Education major, BS in Education-Interventionist & Comprehensive Special Education concentration (with optional endorsement in Early Childhood Education)
Special Education major, BS in Education—Interventionist and Comprehensive Special Education concentration (with optional endorsement in Early Childhood Education)
Students pursuing a major in selected programs in the College of Arts and Sciences are eligible to participate in the University’s VolsTeach Program which permits students to simultaneously complete a major in mathematics or science and receive secondary education teaching licensure within this 4-year undergraduate program.
For more specific guidelines and curriculum requirements for any of these majors, please visit the Student Services Center.