Bachelor of Arts
Upon graduation, teacher candidates are qualified to teach in a public or private school setting based on their certification and grade-level area. UC graduates have become teachers, administrators, curriculum specialists, and state department of education employees.
Many graduates are presently employed in several of the following states:
UC graduates attend graduate programs across the country to obtain master’s degrees and doctorates.
Whitney Crum, class of 2014, was accepted into the Vanderbilt University graduate program in Special Education.
Emily Bess, class of 2012, was accepted into the University of Virginia graduate program in Guidance Counseling.
Two social studies education graduates, Will Shaffer and Drew Wendt have earned the prestigious James Madison Memorial Fellowship. This scholarship provides $24,000 toward a master's degree with a concentration on history and principles of the United States Constitution.
Joseph Kincaid a Music Education graduate attained his National Board of Professional Teaching Standards Certification and was awarded one of the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award in the spring of 2010.