Bachelor's Degrees

Bachelor's Degrees

Undergraduate Programs

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.