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Program Name CIP Code Credits
Art, Concentration Teacher Education 50.0701 90
Biology, Concentration Teacher Education 26.0101 107
Birth - Kindergarten 13.1209 71
Chemistry, Concentration Teacher Education 40.0501 107
Comprehensive Science 13.1322 66
Earth Science Geography, Concentration Teacher Education 45.0701 107
Educational Technology 13.0501 39
Elementary Education 13.1202 78
English as a Second Language 13.0301 28
English, Concentration Teacher Education 23.0101 81
Family and Consumer Science, Concentration Teacher Education 19.0101 81
French, Concentration Teacher Education 16.0901 78
History, Concentration Teacher Education 54.0101 81
Lodging Operations and Management 52.0901 18
Mathematics, Concentration Teacher Education 27.0101 91
Middle Grades 13.1203 93
Middle Level Education 13.1202 93
Music, Concentration Teacher Education 50.0901 94
Physical Education 13.1314 78
Physics, Concentration Teacher Education 40.0801 107
Reading 13.0301 25
Recreation Management 31.0101 18
School Administrator Principal 13.0409 42
School Counseling 13.1101 51
Spanish, Concentration Teacher Education 16.0905 78
Special Education 13.1005 33
Special Education - Learning Disabilities 13.1011 39
Special Education - Visual Impairments 13.1009 39
Special Education-Behavioral Emotional Disabilities 13.1005 39
Speech-Language Pathologist 51.0201 60
Theatre Arts, Concentration Teacher Education 50.0501 87
 
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