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The Early Childhood program area, by The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education, offers an undergraduate program leading to a teaching license in preschool (age 3) through grade 3.
The Middle Childhood program area offers Undergraduate programs leading to a teaching license in two content areas in grades 4 through grade 9.
The Adolescent-to-Young Adult program area (formerly known as secondary education) offers Undergraduate programs leading to a teaching license in one content area in grades 7 through grade 12.
The Intervention Specialists (Special Education) program area offers Undergraduate programs leading to a teaching license to work with students with mild-to-moderate educational needs or a teaching license to work with students with moderate-to-intensive educational needs in kindergarten through grade 12.
Multi-age programs are undergraduate programs leading to a teaching license in art, music, physical education, or modern languages in grades preschool (age 3) through grade 12.
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