B.S. Educational Studies
For those interested in working in a non-classroom setting, the educational studies major offers students the option of a non-certification concentration in Physical Education or Elementary Education. A student completes a six credit hour internship that provides exposure to an alternative educational setting such as the YMCA, Maine Discovery Museum, or Municipal Recreation Departments. These concentrations are uniquely designed to parallel the certification program(s). If the student were to pursue certification, all required coursework, with the exception of student teaching would be completed. No freshmen will be admitted to the Educational Studies - Physical Education program after the fall of 2017. Transfer students will be considered for acceptance to the Educational Studies - Physical Education program on an individual basis.