Undergraduate Programs

A listing of the undergraduate programs offered by the College of Education are provided below. Students are also encouraged to review additional content posted to the COE Education Student Services Center, UNLV Undergraduate Catalog, and the UNLV Degrees Directory. Information related to the application and admissions process is available through the UNLV Undergraduate Admissions website.

Program Description Career Guide Selected Syllabi
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education (Licensure) This program is designed to provide a comprehensive contemporary program of teacher preparation and education in early childhood settings (day care, preschool education, community education programs and intervention programs).
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education (Non-Licensure) This program is designed to provide a comprehensive contemporary program of teacher preparation and education in early childhood settings (day care, preschool education, community education programs and intervention programs).
Bachelor of Science in Human Services Students in this program will receive general preparation in human services and counseling-related skills. They will acquire knowledge and skills to be effective and work within individual, families, and larger social systems and contexts.
Bachelor of Science in Special Education Students in this program will be prepared to work with children with disabilities (e.g., autism, emotional and behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities). Evidence-based methods and strategies will be provided, as well as individual support to students, families, and general education teachers.
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Program Description Career Guide Selected Syllabi
Bachelor of Arts/Science in Elementary Education Students who complete this program will earn a bachelors degree and be licensed as a K-8 teacher by the State of Nevada. Students who already have a degree and want to become an elementary teacher need to take course work through the teacher licensure program.
Bachelor of Arts/Science Secondary Education Students who complete this program will earn a bachelors degree and be licensed as a grade 6-12 teacher by the State of Nevada. Students who already have a degree and want to become an Secondary teacher need to take course work through the teacher licensure program.
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