Welcome to the undergraduate programs in the College of Education and Public Policy. Two of our three departments offer undergraduate programs. If you are passionate about working with people and making a difference in their lives and community, you are in the right college. Become a student in our college and join us in "Doing Public Good!".
Explore the many options a criminal justice major offers.
Over 250 hours in the field before you student teach!
Explore the many internships we have with local health agencies.
Take a public management class to explore the possibilities of this major.
Counselor Education student and alumni are featured in the Spring 2016 issue of Distinguish, the Office of Graduate Studies’ online magazine.
2016 Friends of IPFW Outstanding Teacher Award
Jeong-il Cho, Associate Professor, Professional Studies (Special Education) is the 2016 recipient of the Friends of IPFW Outstanding Teacher award. Pat Becker of the Friends surprised Dr. Cho with a letter notifying her of the award during Dr. Cho's class last Thursday. She will receive a plaque and $1500 at Convocation in August. Pictured above from left to right are Amy Nitza, Chair, Professional Studies, Terri Swim, Chair, Educational Studies, Vicky Carwein, Chancellor, Dr. Cho, Pat Becker, Friends of IPFW, and Jim Burg, Dean, College of Education and Public Policy.
Dane Gerig, Class of Spring 2013, writes this exciting news, "I am proud to say that I am currently the new 5th grade teacher at Huntertown Elementary! I just want to thank you and all the other professors for what you did to prepare me for this remarkable journey I am about to begin. I am super excited!"