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C OLLEGE OF E DUCATION The College of Education (COE), the university’s oldest college, granted the first Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education in 1944. The first Secondary Education Teachers graduated in 1953. The college seeks to produce Knowledgeable, Skilled and Compassionate Educators and Other School Professionals “Where Everybody is Somebody.” Upon program completion, these Educators and Educational Leaders are Masters of Subject Matter Content; Facilitators of Learning, Enhancers and Nurturers of Affective Behaviors and Catalysts for Change. Faculty members in the college endeavor to ensure that candidates acquire the knowledge, skills and dispositions that reflect best practice in teaching, leadership, research, and service. The College of Education is composed of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, the Department of Educational Leadership, and the Department of Kinesiology, Sport and Leisure Studies. The service units of the college are the Educational Resource Center (ERC), the Office of Professional Laboratory Experiences, and the Centralized Advisement, Referral, and Evaluation Center (CARE). The degree programs offered by the college are listed below. Bachelor of Science (BS) Degrees Elementary Education, Grades 1-5 Elementary Education and Special Education Mild/Moderate, Grades 1-5 Kinesiology Leisure Studies Secondary Education and Teaching Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Degrees Elementary Education and Special Education Mild/Moderate, Grades 1-5 Secondary Education and Special Education Mild/Moderate, Grades 6-12 Master of Science (MS) Degrees Developmental Education Sports Administration Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degrees Curriculum and Instruction Educational Leadership Special Education Post-Masters Certificate (PMC) Developmental Education Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Developmental Education Academic Viewbook Page 20