Helen DeVos College of Education
With a world to teach, being equipped to do so with excellence is as important as the passion that drives you to do it. In the College of Education, students receive personalized classroom instruction from highly qualified professors in technology-rich classrooms. Underscoring the College’s commitment to academic excellence, all undergraduate teacher license programs and all graduate education programs are CAEP-accredited, and the athletic training education program is CAATE-accredited.
The College of Education offers the following degree programs:
Exercise Science and Physical Education
- Exercise Science
- Exercise Science, Pre-ATEP
- Exercise Science, Sports Management
- Physical Education, Recreation Emphasis
Graduate Education Programs
- MAT with Licensure
- MEd in Curriculum and Instruction
- MEd in Educational Leadership
- MEd in Special Education
- MS in Higher Education Administration
- Educational Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction
- Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership
- Doctor of Education
Athletic Training Program
To view 'Approved Licensure Programs with Tennessee Department of Education', click here .
- Human Development, Business Emphasis
- Human Development, Deaf Studies
- Human Development, Asian Studies
- Special Education Support Services
These faculty are passionate about developing relationships with students to guide and inform their experience. They distinguish themselves in several important ways: energetic involvement in cross-cultural opportunities; a sincere interest in diversity and the acceptance and promotion of differences; a determination to prepare teachers to a rigorous standard, which they approach from a deep well of experience in professional classroom teaching; and broad theoretical knowledge combined with the ability to practically apply it in the classroom. They are expert educators with not only academic credentials but also real-world experience, from former superintendents, principals, and teachers to seasoned professional athletic trainers with at least fifteen years of clinical experience, to exercise science faculty with decades of teaching experience and certification in personal training and strength and conditioning. But in all areas, our professors create opportunities for students to do hands-on projects in the community that bridge the classroom to real-life - it’s simply a great way to learn.