The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers three undergraduate programs leading to Arkansas teacher licensure. These programs are Elementary Education, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence, and Secondary Education. The Teacher Education program at Tech has a long history of preparing teachers and is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Degrees We Offer
Elementary Education leads to a Bachelor of Science. It is designed to prepare students to work in Grades K-6.
Elementary Education Degree through our Partnership
A Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education is available through a partnership with
North Arkansas Community College (Harrison) and Ozarka Community College (Melbourne).
Approximately 50% of the coursework is available online.
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Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence Education leads to a Bachelor of Science degree.
It is designed to prepare students to work in Grades 4-7.
Students choose two areas of interdisciplinary concentration:
- English/Social Studies
- Math/Social Studies
- Science/Social Studies
Secondary Education leads to a Bachelor's Degree in the selected area of teaching. Designed to prepare students to work in Grades 4-12, 7-12, or K-12 depending upon the secondary major field.
Bachelor of Arts
- Art Education
- English Education
- Foreign Language (Spanish Education)
- Social Studies Education (History & Poli. Sci.)
- Speech Education
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music Education
- Agriculture Education
- Business Education
- Chemistry Education
- Computer Science Education
- Health and Physical Education
- Life Science Education
- Mathematics Education
- Physics Education