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Future Students Start Here

Are you interested in a career in special education or teaching math and science? Our Bachelor of Science in Education degree program is for you. Our outstanding faculty, classroom observation, and classroom teaching opportunities will give you the knowledge and experience to pass your teacher certification exam. From there, it is on to the classroom! Talk to a recruiter or request information about our bachelor's degrees to learn more.

Priority Deadlines

We may continue to accept applications after the suggested deadlines. Check uta.edu/mymav to see your admission status, as well as updates on any documents we may need to process your application.

Spring 2022

Submit by October 15, 2021

Contact us if you wish to apply after the deadline

Summer 2022

Submit by April 1, 2022

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Fall 2022

Submit by February 14, 2022

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Experiential Major Maps

Experiential Major Maps are designed to help undergraduate students choose the correct courses needed to complete a degree at UTA as well as highlight important co-curricular activities. These documents integrate career, service and other experiential learning opportunities to help students get connected on campus. Following the map will help you achieve the Maverick Advantage program, which encourages the development of marketable skills through experiential learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom within the five distinguishing activities!

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View Catalog: Admissions, Courses, and More

The undergraduate catalog for the College of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction has all the information you need to learn more about the program. Use the catalog to view bachelor's degree admission requirements for the college, details about field experiences/clinical teaching opportunities at local schools, required classes, and more.

Undergraduate Academic Advisors

Teaira Little

Assistant Director of Certification

Teaira Little

Email: tlittle@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-2956

Office: 510 Carlisle Hall

Marissa Mares Johnson

Academic Advisor

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Email: marissa.mares@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-7446

Office: 512 Carlisle Hall

Chelsey Payne

Undergraduate Staff Academic Advisor I

Chelsey Payne

Email: chelsey.payne@uta.edu

Phone #: 817-272-2956

Office: 513 Carlisle Hall

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