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Educational Foundations Major (BA/BS)

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The Educational Foundations (EdF) major is for undergraduates who are committed to social change. The purpose of the Educational Foundations major is to prepare future professionals in elementary education and related fields who are critical thinkers, well informed about theory and practice, and who possess the knowledge and skills that will enable them to be change agents in economically, racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse communities.  

Communication Disorders and Sciences Major (Undergraduate)

The bachelor's degree in CDS is considered a pre-professional degree. Students can earn either a bachelor of science (B.S.) or a bachelor of arts (B.A.). The CDS program is committed to the goal of preparing students to become speech-language pathologists who can work successfully with individuals of all ages who are challenged by communication disorders and who represent diverse cultural, linguistic, social, and economic backgrounds. The ability to apply empirical evidence, logic, and a scientific perspective to the process of enhancing communication skills in meaningful and ecologically valid contexts is emphasized throughout the program.

Family and Human Services

The Family and Human Services major leads to a bachelor of arts (BA), bachelor of science (BS) or bachelor of education (BEd) degree. FHS students build a foundation through course work and field experiences in learning and development, professional communication and collaboration, social policy for children and families, and creative approaches to solving problems and making effective decisions.

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