Purdue University offers the following teaching majors. Each of these majors leads to a bachelor’s degree, and if you meet all of the requirements and deadlines, licensure in the state of Indiana. If you’re interested in becoming a licensed teacher in one of these subjects, click the link to go to the Purdue University Undergraduate Admissions page with more details.
- Agricultural Education
- Art Education
- Biology - Biology Education
- Chemistry - Chemistry Education
- Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs
- Earth Space Science Education
- Elementary Education
- Engineering/Technology Teacher Education
- English Education
- Family and Consumer Sciences Education
- Mathematics Education
- Physics Education
- Social Studies Education
- Special Education
Purdue University College of Education offers the following education majors which do not lead to teaching licensure. If you are interested in becoming an educational policy maker or researcher, click on the major below to go to the Undergraduate Admissions page for more details.
- General Education: Curriculum and Instruction (non-licensure)
- General Education: Educational Studies (non-licensure)
- Learning Sciences in Educational Studies (non-licensure)
No matter what major you choose, there are more opportunities to challenge yourself at Purdue. For students who want to become a part of a vibrant intellectual and residential community of young scholars, consider also applying to the Honors College. If you are fascinated by the science of how people learn you can gain invaluable research experience in the Undergraduate Research Training Program (URT).