I'm a senior at Morehead State University majoring in English Education. We're sort of outcast from both the Education department and the English department, haha. We're a strange breed; we're too rigid and academic for the Creative Writing majors but too "deep" for the Special Education majors and K-5 ed. majors.
The program gets tough quick, especially once you hit your sophomore year; at that point you're taking the developmental psychology/pedagogy courses as well as upper-division literature. But then again, our university is supposed to have a very good Ed. department, so maybe that's why it's so rigorous. After this semester I have a classroom management course to take and some literature electives to finish up before I do my student teaching next fall. Kinda scary to think about, haha.
The classes I'm taking this semester are about to do me in: I have Sociolinguistics (bleh) and Educational Technology (barf) online, as well as two pedagogy classes and my senior Capstone course. But if I can make it past this semester, things next semester will be smooth sailing (hopefully).