• Majors in Human Development, Business Emphasis, and Human Development, Asian Studies, prepare students for working with younger children in agencies and schools where teacher licensure is not required or for graduate work in child and family studies. The courses in psychology, sociology, cultural anthropology, linguistics and health provide knowledge in the stages of early human development and family organizations as well as an understanding of how these stages are influenced by culture.

    A major in Special Education, Support Services Emphasis, is appropriate for students who wish to pursue a career in a child care area, alternative schools or education facilities housed within the mental health or social services area.

    Majors
    Human Development – Asian Studies Emphasis (HDAST.BS)
    Human Development - Business Emphasis (HDBUS.BS)
    Special Education - Support Services Emphasis (SPEDU.BS)

    Contact Information

    Helen DeVos College of Education
    1400 Parker Street
    PO Box 3450
    Cleveland TN 37320-2450

    Phone: (423) 614-8175
    Fax (423) 614-8180
    Email: education@leeuniversity.edu
    Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM EST

Academic Calendar

3/01
Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Fall
All day

Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Fall
Applications should be turned into Stacie Clifton EDU 236
3/05
Spring Break - No Classes
Begins at 12:00 AM

Spring Break - No Classes
3/06
Spring Break - No Classes
All day

Spring Break - No Classes
3/07
Spring Break - No Classes
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Spring Break - No Classes
3/08
Spring Break - No Classes
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Spring Break - No Classes
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