The Samuel W. & Marilyn C. Seidel School of Education & Professional Studies includes undergraduate programs in athletic training, exercise science, teacher education, and social work. Graduate programs are offered in teacher education and social work.
A trademark of all Seidel School majors is experiential learning. Students gain real-world experience with our partners in multiple settings that include regional professional development schools, social work agencies, sports medicine clinics, hospitals, fitness clubs, and universities. Course work culminates into semester-long internships that prepare students for future career challenges. After completing their degree students will:
Be trained competent professionals
Demonstrate respect for students/clients and student/client diversity
Be advocates for fairness and social justice for all
Have developed professional dispositions that include inquiry, honesty and integrity, initiative, dependability, professional interaction, and collaboration
Successfully complete an extensive and intensive internship experience
Earn eligibility to sit for professional licensure exams