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Undergraduate Programs

Campbellsville University offers a wide variety of education certification levels and content areas.  To receive certification in your chosen area, you must complete your program of study, complete student teaching and pass the required Subject Assessment exams required by the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board.

Undergraduate Certification
Certification is available in the following grade levels/content areas:
  • Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE)
  • A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program is also available in Early Childhood Education (ECE), without teacher certification.
  • P – 12 Content Areas Available
  • Elementary Education P – 5:  Interdisciplinary
  • Middle Grades Education 5 – 9:  English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
    Students may choose Option 1 (one content area) or Option II (two content areas)
  • Secondary Education 8 – 12:  Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Social Studies
  • P – 12:  Art, Health, Music, Physical Education, Special Education, Spanish
  • ESL Endorsement
Admission Requirements - Traditional Undergraduate Program
Certification is available in the following grade levels/content areas:

Candidate Assessment Point – CAP 2:  Admission

  • Transcript, 2.75 GPA
  • Prospective students must pass the CASE (Core Academic Skills for Educators) examination to be eligible for admission to the School of Education.
  • CASE Study Guide
    • CASE:  Reading (5712) Passing score of 156
    • CASE:  Writing (5722) Passing score of 162
    • CASE:  Math (5732) Passing score of 150
    • Campbellsville University CASE Study Guide  1415
  • English 111 – C or above
  • English 112 – C or above
  • MAC 120 or MAC 140 – C or above
  • TB Screening
  • State Criminal Background Check
  • Code of Ethics
  • Personal Autobiography
  • Pre-Professional Growth Plan (PPGP)
  • Entrance Interview
Undergraduate Education Advisors
P – 5 Elementary Education
5 – 9 Middle Grades Education
5 – 12 and 8 – 12, Middle and Secondary Education
P – 12, All Grades Education
IECE, Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education
Post Baccalaureate
Student Teaching