Our mission: Educating teachers and leaders for the challenges of the 21st-century.
Thayer School of Education prepares our undergraduate students to face the challenges of 21st-century education, whether they’re planning a career in the classroom or in a complementary role in education. The School of Education shapes the next generation of education specialists by providing a comprehensive and hands-on experiential approach as outlined in our Conceptual Framework.
The School of Education offers 11 undergraduate education majors:
- Biology and Education
- Elementary Education
- English and Education
- Health and Physical Education
- Mathematics and Education
- Middle Grade Language Arts Education
- Middle Grade Mathematics Education
- Middle Grade Science Education
- Middle Grade Social Studies Education
- Music Education
- Reading / Elementary Education
We also offer students specialized chemistry classes for the biology and education degree, and the opportunity to pursue Academically and Intellectually Gifted Licensure. More information on this additional coursework can be found in our academic catalog.
We invite you to contact Dr. Sarah Harrison-Burns if you have questions about the undergraduate education program.