Undergraduate Admissions Guide
Explore our undergraduate degree majors, and learn how to apply to the University of Virginia's School of Education and Human Development.
The School of Education and Human Development (EHD) offers Bachelor of Science in Education degrees that prepare you for careers in education, youth development, health and well-being, speech-language pathology, and more.
We understand that each prospective student's journey to our School is unique. Our admissions team and department contacts are here to help you with any questions you may have. For individual guidance, start by emailing our admissions team, or attend one of our information sessions.
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High school student, current UVA student, or from another institution? We've created individual guides for every journey.
B.S.Ed. in Early Childhood Education
We have three teaching B.S.Ed. degrees; or you can major in Kinesiology, Speech Communication Disorders, and Youth and Social Innovation. Explore your options below.
B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education
B.S.Ed. in Special Education
B.S.Ed. in Kinesiology
B.S.Ed. in Speech Communication Disorders
B.S.Ed. in Youth and Social Innovation
- Applying from high school - Early Action and Early Decision: November 1
- Applying from high school - Regular Decision: January 1
- Applying from within UVA: February 1
- Applying from another institution: March 1
The School of Education and Human Development only accepts applications for fall entry.
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