Undergraduate Programs

UW College of Education, one of the nation's top 15 education schools, offers undergraduate programs that prepare students for a variety of professions that incorporate teaching and learning. Numerous service learning and research opportunities are integrated into classes taught by our nationally-recognized faculty.

Early Care and Education

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Online
Learn how to create inclusive and thriving learning environments for young children and their families. With our flexible online program, you can continue to live and work in your community while earning your bachelor’s degree.

Early Childhood & Family Studies

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
On-campus
Earn your bachelor's degree to pursue careers as educators and advocates for equitable and just early learning.

Education Studies

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
On-campus
Earn your Bachelor’s degree and study foundational education concepts while concentrating on your specific interests. Prepare yourself for rewarding careers or further graduate studies in education.

Education, Communities and Organizations

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
On-campus
Earn your bachelor's degree and become a catalyst for change, equipped to transform communities and organizations through education and human development.

Education, Learning & Society Minor

Undergraduate Minor
On-campus
Discover the influence education and learning has on our society through this interdisciplinary minor, available to every undergraduate student at the University of Washington.