College of Education Undergraduate Programs

College of Education Undergraduate Programs

"It wasn’t just taking classes, I was getting first-hand experience. As you go through the program, every day you realize this is what I’m supposed to be doing. Leaving Bloomsburg, I feel prepared,”

  — Jillian Green, B.S.Ed., early childhood education.

Teaching is a noble job, allowing you to shape young minds who, in turn, make use of this learning to grow into a responsible and impactful adults. It's also a challenging profession but with many rewards, such as the joy in making a difference, interpersonal interaction and becoming a lifelong learner yourself.

Bloomsburg University’s College of Education undergraduate programs are designed to get students classroom-ready from day one of their freshman year. These programs, which span early childhood education to mid-level education to secondary education as well as exceptionalities, offer several distinct benefits. They include:

  • theory-driven practice
  • opportunities to work on critical research, which includes behavioral support and interventions
  • learn to better integrate classroom management techniques with a diverse understanding how today’s learn

At BU, education majors are involved in shaping the future of education through their choice of seven undergraduate degree options.

Undergraduate Education Degree Options