Judith Herb College of Education

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Education in Adolescent and Young Adult Education (Grades 7-12)

Gifted junior high and high school teachers are in high demand. UToledo education majors graduate with the skills to hit the ground running. Our students spend four semesters in local classrooms, learning from and working with experienced teachers.

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Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Education (Grades Pre-K-5)

This is a four year program with the final two years completing field experiences. Early childhood education prepares adults with energy and a passion for life with the skills to influence the lives of young children and their families through teaching. Students learn theories and the best teaching practices to do their job effectively.

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Bachelor of Education in Middle Childhood Education (Grades 4-9)

It takes a special kind of person to teach children ages 8 to 14 — someone who’s energetic, passionate and who wants to make a difference. If that describes you, consider majoring in middle childhood education at The University of Toledo. Students choose two of the following specialties: reading and language arts, mathematics, science or social studies. For two years, they focus on these areas and other core education courses. During their final two years, they spend four semesters working with and learning from outstanding educators in local classrooms.

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Bachelor of Education in Multi-Age Education (Grades Pre-K-12)

Combine your passion for art, music or foreign languages with an education degree at The University of Toledo. Our students hone their own artistic talents, then foster that creativity in young students.  You take a majority of your classes in the department of your specialty area during your first two years. In your final two years, learn educational theory and real-world classroom skills as you student teach in local classrooms.

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Bachelor of Education in Special Education/Intervention Specialist (Grades K-12)

You can make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities by majoring in special education. Intervention specialists become classroom teachers in grades K–12 of students with mild to moderate disabilities (including mental retardation, specific learning disabilities, challenging behaviors, etc.), students with moderate to intensive disabilities (including physical disabilities, mental retardation, autism, significant emotional/behavioral issues, etc.) 

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Fast Track Early Childhood Bachelor’s Degree Program (degree only) (100% Online)

This program can be completed in 4 semesters of full-time study, with no summers. Each semester consists of a 16-semester hour module of coursework and job-embedded field experiences, meaning you will complete field-based activities in your classroom, during your work hours. This is a non-licensure program.

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Last Updated: 9/14/21