College of Education Degree Programs

Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

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Programs in Secondary Education

Candidates certifying to teach in secondary schools or K-12 certifications will receive their advisement and degree from the colleges that offer that specialization and/or major. Major fields offered are: art, Cherokee, English, health and physical education, mathematics, music, science (biology, chemistry), social studies, and Spanish. All candidates must apply for admission to teacher education, enroll in professional education courses, and complete internships in the College of Education. See below for specific majors.

Beginning with the fall 1999 semester, all candidates who graduate with a teacher education/certification degree are required to fulfill a competency in a language other than English. Please check with your advisor regarding this requirement.

For further information about admission to teacher education contact Lois Buttress.