Academic Programs

The School of Education offers over 40 degree, minor, and license addition programs at the undergraduate level. Many programs - with a little planning - can be combined with other programs to allow for dual teaching licenses, multiple minors or any number of other options. All programs require 120 credits.

Generally, each program requires coursework that addresses:

  • the General Education requirements for the Bloomington campus,
  • the programs respective content area, and
  • the respective program's professional education requirements.

Courses used to satisfy general education requirements also may be applied to fulfill requirements for content area and/or subject matter specialty study. In such cases, the course may be used to meet all requirements to which it will apply, but the credit hours may be counted only once toward the total credit hours needed for a degree.

Indiana University Bloomington offers the following programs. For specific course requirements for each program, click here.

Elementary Education Programs

  • Early Childhood Education: Pre-K, K-3
  • Elementary (Theory into Practice): K-6
  • Elementary/Special Education (Teaching All Learners): K-6 and Mild Intervention

Secondary Education Programs

  • Journalism
  • Language Arts/English
  • Mathematics
  • Science: Chemistry, Earth/Space Science, Life Science/Biology and Physics
  • Social Studies: Historical Perspectives
  • Special Education: Mild Intervention 

All-grades Education Programs 

  • Music Education
  • Visual Art
  • World Languages

License Addition Programs
(Additions can be added to primary license area) 

  • Blended and Online Teaching
  • Computer Science 
  • English as a Second Language 
  • Journalism (Secondary only)
  • Middle Grades Mathematics 
  • Reading 
  • Theatre (Secondary  only)

Non-Teaching Programs

  • Counsleing Psychology
  • Higher Education and Student Affairs
  • Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Secondary Education

Academic Minor Programs
(These minors do not lead to teacher certification.)

  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Community Visual Arts Education
  • Counseling 
  • Education Policy (Offered in conjunction with O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs)
  • Educational Studies  
  • Higher Education and Student Affairs 
  • International and Comparative Education 


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