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The teacher education programs of the College are accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Ohio Department of Education. Other programs that have specialized accreditation include: Athletic Training National Athletic Training Association; Counseling Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs; Kinesiotherapy American Kinesiotherapy Association; Physical Therapy American Physical Therapy Association; Recreation National Recreation and Parks Association; Respiratory Care Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs and Speech-Language Pathology American Speech and Hearing Association.
Programs of Study
Teacher Education Programs
The College of Education and Allied Professions through its Initiative for the Redesign of Teacher Education offers undergraduate teacher education programs to meet the Ohio Teacher Education and Licensure Standards. The teacher licensure programs listed below are currently under review by both The University of Toledo and the Ohio Department of Education. Until the review process is complete, all programs/curricula are subject to modification. All pre-existing teacher certification programs are closed to new enrollment effective Fall 1998. Students currently enrolled in these programs must complete their program by the year 2002.
Ages 3-8/grades PreK through 3
Ages 8-14/grades 4 through 9 with two of the following concentrations: Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies
Ages 12-21/grades 7-12 in each of the following areas: Integrated Language Arts Integrated Mathematics Integrated Social Studies Earth Sciences Life Sciences Physical Sciences Integrated Science
Ages 3-21/grades PreK-12 in each of the following areas: Foreign Language Health Music Physical Education Visual Arts
Intervention Specialist Mild/moderate special needs - ages 5-21/grades K-12 Moderate/intensive special needs - ages 5-21/grades K-12 Visually Impaired - ages 3-21/grades PreK-12
Ages 8 and over/grades 4 or higher in each of the following: Health Occupations Trade & Industry (Degree and licensure program options available)
Allied Professions Programs
The College of Education and Allied Professions offers a wide range of programs that prepare individuals for professional roles in health, human services and other related agencies. These programs include athletic training, community health, exercise science, kinesiotherapy, pre-physical therapy, public affairs and community services, recreation, respiratory care and therapeutic recreation.
Refer to the Graduate School catalog for information on programs and policies specifically related to graduate students.
The following undergraduate degrees are available to students in the College of Education and Allied Professions and are conferred by The University of Toledo. The teacher education programs listed above may offer students the option of earning a Bachelor of Education degree and either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Arts and Sciences. In this instance special program conditions exist and students must check with their adviser for specific course and program requirements. Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts in Education Bachelor of Science in Education Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care Bachelor of Vocational Education
The student who wishes to pursue the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Education degree must complete the:
1.General education requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education and Allied Professions.
2.Major field requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences and the major requirements as specified by the College of Education and Allied Professions.
3.Professional education requirements.