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Interested in serving bilingual, English-learning, English Language, and Social Studies students? Earn your B.A. in Education and become certified to teach in Early Childhood - Grade 6/ESL, Early Childhood - Grade 6/Bilingual, or English Language Arts and Reading/Social Studies Grades 4-8.Learn More
Have a passion for a specific subject like art, music or physical education and want to teach, too? The College of Education partners with other UTA colleges to offer bachelor's degrees with certification options for future teachers in art history, English language and reading arts, history, mathematics, science, social studies and more.More Program Options
All undergraduate degree programs and certifications offered by the College of Education are offered by the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, and its partners across the University through the Educator Preparation Program. Undergraduates can earn a Bachelor of Art or a Bachelor of Science in Education depending on what specialty they select.
Our advisors are here to ensure that our students are academically successful. On these pages, you can find answers and information on important topics like registration and certifications, as well as resources to help you excel in the classroom.
The College of Education currently offers one undergraduate minor, the Leadership Minor, which is open to all degree-seeking students. Additionally, the college offers an interdisciplinary leadership certificate that is open to both degree and non-degree seeking students. Both are offered through the college's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.
Advisors can help you plan your degree, review your transcripts, determine if courses from other schools/universities will transfer, clear you to register for classes and more.