Welcome to the Department of Curriculum & Instruction

 The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers an associate's degree program, three undergraduate programs leading to Arkansas teacher licensure, one graduate program leading to Arkansas teacher licensure, and a number of advanced programs for endorsement, adding education licenses, and for non-teacher licensure. 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 and Programs

 

Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education

The curriculum provides a foundation for learning among students younger than primary school age. It covers all areas where knowledge is needed for the Child Development Associate assessment.

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

The curriculum provides a foundation for teaching Kindergarten to 6th grade. Advanced work through courses, field experiences, and teaching internships are required within the program to meet teacher licensure expectations.

 

Bachelor of Science in Middle Level Education

The curriculum provides a foundation for learning from 4th – 7th grades with options to choose two of four possible subjects—Mathematics, Science, English Language Arts, and Social Studies.

Bachelor with emphasis in Secondary Education

The program recognizes three important components in the education of a prospective teacher: a strong general education, an in-depth knowledge in a selected teaching field, and a knowledge of the school, various diversity and developmental characteristics of students, and the teaching-learning process.

Master of Arts in Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching is a program of study to prepare candidates for teacher licensure in Arkansas. Candidates who complete the program of study may be recommended to Arkansas Department of Education for licensure as teachers.

Master of Education in Instructional Technology - Library Media Specialist (online)

The M.Ed in Instructional Technology equips graduates to incorporate the latest technology into learning experiences in effective and innovate ways.

Master of Education in Special Education 

The Master of Education in Special Education is designed to provide post baccalaureate preparation for public school teachers who wish to broaden their knowledge of teaching children with exceptional learning needs.

Master of Education in Instructional Design and Technology

 

 

Endorsement in Dyslexia Therapist/Specialist

 

 

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Endorsement in Special Education

 

 

MASTER OF EDUCATION - K-12 LITERACY

 

 

 


Contact the Department of Curriculum & Instruction

Crabaugh Hall 204

1310 El Paso Ave

Russellville, AR 72801

Phone: (479) 968-0291

Email: lrogers10@atu.edu