Explore the broad expanse of majors and minors offered through the College of Education.

You may also learn more about Lander’s programs of study and course offerings in the Academic Catalog.

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B.S.
Undergraduate

The Early Childhood Education program includes study and practice of specialized teaching methods appropriate for young children and a broad range of content preparation.

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B.S.
Undergraduate

Students in the Early Childhood Education, Montessori Emphasis program will complete all of the courses required for an early childhood education major, as well as an additional 18 credit hours in the Montessori emphasis.

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B.S.
Undergraduate

Elementary Education majors study and practice methods appropriate for the elementary classroom, taking courses related to all of the academic areas taught in elementary school.

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B.S.
Undergraduate

This program is designed to prepare students for careers in: public, private and corporate programs; physical, occupational and cardiac rehabilitation programs; and fitness and conditioning programs. Students will also be well-prepared for graduate study in areas such as cardiac rehabilitation, exercise physiology, and physical and occupational therapy.

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M.Ed.
Graduate

Teachers enrolled in the M.Ed. in Montessori Education program at Lander have the option to select one of three concentrations leading to American Montessori Society certification at the Early Childhood (ages 3-6), Elementary I (grades 1-3) or Elementary II (grades 4-6) level.

B.S.
Undergraduate | Certificate

Physical education majors are taught to identify, develop and utilize a variety of instructional methods and assessment tools that address the diverse needs of all students. As a graduate, you will be able to plan, implement and evaluate a total school program of physical education in accordance with state and national standards.

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B.S.
Undergraduate

The Special Education Program is built on a foundation of specialized content courses, addressing the competencies for teaching students with mild to moderate disabilities. These courses provide the needed background for multi-categorical certification.

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M.Ed.
Graduate

With a curriculum that relies primarily on on-line learning, the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning program provides a broad scope of learning opportunities to help students excel as business professionals and teachers.

Minor
Undergraduate
  • Therapeutic Horsemanship