The College of Education and Human Development includes 28 teacher preparation programs leading to Ohio licensure and 8 human development programs. The College also offers 10 minors. All undergraduate programs in the College include culminating experiences such as student teaching and internships.
Faculty and students in the College make a difference through innovative projects locally, nationally, and internationally.
Ohio’s most modern facilities are available for the study of biomechanics, motor behavior, exercise physiology, dance, and athletic training as well as apparel merchandising/product development and interior design.
Students in early childhood education and human development and family studies utilize two on-campus child care facilities as learning resources.
More than 125 college-sponsored scholarships totaling over $350,000 are awarded annually.
Nearly all majors have affiliated student organizations to promote networking and professional development outside the classroom.
The College is also affiliated with the Educators in Context & Community Learning Community, which focuses on urban education.