Division of Education & Human Studies (EHS)

Downtown Burlington, Vermont

Undergraduate Majors

Encompassing many career options, the majors in the Division of Education & Human Studies attract students who care about others: the born educator, the team player, the lover of justice. As a student in the Division of Education & Human Studies, you'll be making a difference in the world years before you graduate through the extensive field opportunities, including schools, community organizations, government agencies and other real-world settings. 

Undergraduate Majors

Criminal Justice
Optional Specialization in this major:

Early Childhood / Elementary Teacher Education
Optional Specializations in this major:

Environmental Studies & Policy


Middle School Teacher Education
(Dual Endorsement: English Language Arts & Social Studies)


Secondary Teacher Education
(English Language Arts or Social Studies)
Optional Specializations for the Social Studies concentration:

Social Work (BSW)

Undeclared: EHS

Education & Human Studies Master's Degree Programs

Master of Education in Early Childhood Education
The Champlain M.Ed program will engage you on a deeper level as an early educator. Our unique, project-based approach to learning is tailored to allow you to work independently in your online courses and apply the content to your current position in the field of early childhood education.
Master of Science in Law
The Master of Science in Law degree at Champlain College is a comprehensive program covering a wide range of issues that will help you understand and deal with the intricate legalities that arise in your field of business.
Master of Science in Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies
Champlain's Master of Science in Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies will give you the education you need to become a skilled, confident professional in conflict engagement and resolution.