The four year Bachelor of Science degree program is a dual program between the School of Education and the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. This program provides students with a strong foundation of courses in the humanities and social sciences, as well as expertise in multicultural perspectives.  Inclusive Early Childhood Special Education graduates are eligible for recommendation for certification in regular early childhood and students with disabilities (special education), birth through second grade.

First Semester Course Offerings:

  • EDU 101: First Year Forum (1 credit)
  • EDU 203: Study of Elementary and Special Education Teaching (3 credits)
  • EDU 201: Practicum in Pre-K Inclusive Education (1 credit)
  • MAT 117: Foundational Mathematics via Problem Solving I (3 credits)
  • SCI 104: Science Questions and Quests: Physical Phenomena I (3 credits)
  • WRT 105: Writing Studio I (3 credits)
  • CFS 201: Family Development (3 credits)