From Human Services to Student Affairs, the UCCS College of Education offers a wide variety of undergraduate programs that will get you started toward a successful future.
BA Human Services
The Bachelor of Arts in Human Services emphasizes personal growth, theory-based practices, and experiential learning through fieldwork placement. The Human Services major provides both the academic and experiential background for the student seeking a career working with diverse populations in the varied and expanding field of Human Services.
BA Inclusive Elementary Education
The Bachelor of Arts in Inclusive Elementary Education offers undergraduate education majors the opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary coursework required to secure an Initial Colorado Teacher License endorsed for K - 6 elementary education, special education, and culturally and linguistically diverse education with 121 credit hours of coursework. A student will be able to complete the curriculum with four years of full-time study.
BA Inclusive Early Childhood Education
The UCCS IECE programs educate the head, heart, and hands of future inclusive early childhood educators through a three-fold focus on essential foundational knowledge, relationship-driven dispositions, and evidence-based inclusive practices and tools.
BI Inclusive Early Childhood Leadership
In this BI program, students collaborate with other innovative and creative thinkers as well as master interdisciplinary problem-solving and team building. The program focuses on transdisciplinary teamwork, leadership, program administration, grant writing, and community-based early childhood and family services.
Minor in Human Services
The Human Services minor emphasizes personal growth, theory-based practices, and experiential learning through fieldwork placement.
Minor in Student Affairs
The undergraduate minor in Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) is designed to prepare students interested in working in a helping profession, learning about college students and how to best work with them, and gaining knowledge and experience to open up career options in student affairs and higher education administration.