Bachelor Degrees in Education

2017-18 Vincennes University Education Department Student Teachers.

Bachelor of Science Degree in Special Education, Mild Intervention K-12, Elementary Education K-6

This program features a unique dual licensure program that is designed to prepare teacher candidates to teach in both elementary K - 6th grade  and special education classrooms, Kindergarten - 12th  grade.  The program features research-based instructional practices, effective classroom management techniques, the integration of assistive and instructional technology, and a focus on inclusive practices that are appropriate for today’s diverse student needs.

Specialized Professional Association:  Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized

Professor Ann Herman
Chair Education Department
Elementary and Special Education Faculty
110 Summers Center

Professor Lisa Miller
Elementary and Special Education Faculty
108 Summers Center

Dr. Jonathan Leonard
Elementary Education Faculty
115 Summers Center
812-888- 5951

Tara Norman
Education Coordinator
109 Summers Center


Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education

This program prepares candidates to teach mathematics to students in a middle level or high school setting, Grades 5-12.  Students may choose to pursue either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics Education. 

Professor Cathy Strange
Math Education Faculty
Updike 35 

Professor Anthony Cummins
Math Education Faculty
Updike 35


Specialized Professional Association:  National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized


Bachelor of Science in Secondary Science Education

This program is designed to prepare candidates to teach science to students in a school setting, Grades 5-12.  Students may choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science in four content areas:  

  1. Chemistry

  2. Earth and Space Science

  3. Biology

  4. Physics

Dr. Aaron Bruck
Science Education Faculty
Updike Center
(812) 888-5705


Specialized Professional Association:  National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized 




The Education Program at Vincennes University is accredited by NCATE

Accrediting Agency:  Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)

Mailing Address: 

1140 19th ST. NW,  Suite 400
Washington DC

Phone: 202-223-0077



For full accreditation information, click here.