Transfer Admissions Requirements: College of Education and Human Development

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) offers degrees focused on a shared desire to positively impact people's lives. CEHD offers the following majors in these areas:

  • Human Services: Focus your desire to help others into a rewarding career.
  • Health, Sport, and Wellness: Use leisure and wellness to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities.
  • Organizational Leadership and Development: Prepare for leadership, sales and marketing, or administrative positions by developing the skills you will need for a career in a variety of organizations.
  • Education: Our teacher education programs prepare you to be an expert in your field and an effective teacher. The program length varies depending on the subject area you are interested in teaching.

The following undergraduate majors in CEHD lead to a bachelor's degree and offer a direct path to our graduate-level licensure programs:

  • Early childhood
  • Elementary education foundations

The following undergraduate major in CEHD leads to a bachelor's degree and license:

  • Special education

If you are interested in teaching middle or high school students, in subjects such as English or math, visit for more information on how to prepare for these graduate-level programs. Also consider the DirecTrack to Teaching program, which gives you a head start in exploring the culture of teaching and schools, and provides an early admission decision to the graduate teaching program. Visit for more information.

Teaching licensure programs are also offered at the undergraduate level for the following programs: Agricultural Education (in the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences) and Music Education (in the College of Liberal Arts). Please refer to CFANS or CLA tabs for more information on these programs.

Degree options: Bachelor of Science (B.S)

CEHD Majors