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Undergraduate Programs

Find the academic career that is right for you. UCF's College of Education and Human Performance offers a variety of undergraduate programs that align to your professional interests and educational goals.

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) programs provide a high quality education for students preparing for careers in early childhood, elementary, secondary/K-12, technical education and industry training and students in sport and exercise science professions. Our programs are dedicated to preparing professional educators as reflective practitioners who meet the needs of our schools and society.

Become a certified teacher with our Bachelor of Science (initial teacher preparation) programs. These programs are designed to prepare highly qualified teachers to work in diverse educational settings. Completion of these programs lead to initial certification in the state of Florida.


The College offers Bachelor of Science (non-certification) programs for students pursuing careers that do not require teacher certification. These programs were designed for students interested in working with children and families outside of formal K-12 schools; technical education and industry training; or sport and exercise science professions.

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Undergraduate Minors

Minors are a complement to a bachelor's degree program/major requiring at least 18 credit hours in a field and do not lead to teacher certification. The College offers a variety of Minors that are appropriate for students who are seeking an enhanced understanding of education and human performance. Declaring a minor offered in the College can strengthen the marketability of a student's major program.

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Undergraduate Certificate Programs

An Undergraduate Certificate is an optional supplement to the bachelor's degree program/major. Students must be admitted in a degree seeking program to be eligible to receive an undergraduate Certificate, and a Certificate will only be granted together with completion of a UCF baccalaureate degree.