Texas Tech University

Degree Requirements

Students completing the Multidisciplinary Studies degree should follow the coursework requirements outlined in the documents below for the specified certification area. Courses are not required to be taken in the specific order for the first two years. The classes in year three and year four makeup the coursework to complete the Educator Preparation Program or TechTeach. These courses must be taken in the sequence outlined in the document.

Completion of all of the coursework will complete the requirements for the Multidisciplinary Studies or Multidisciplinary Science degree and for the Educator Preparation Program. Completion of the coursework related to Educator Preparation is a major portion of the requirement for completing teacher certification.

Degree requirements also include: 42 hours of upper division coursework, 9 hours of communication literacy, 2 years of High School or 2 Semesters of College Level Foreign Language and a multicultural course. Following the plan as outlined will complete the requirements, except the foreign language if not completed in high school.

Students must maintain a 2.75 GPA and pass all courses with a C or above.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact educ.advisors@ttu.edu for more information.

Elementary EC-6 Certification

(Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies from the College of Education)

Elementary Degree Plan

Elementary Online 2+1 Distance Program

Elementary Online (TechTeach Across Texas) Degree Plan

Middle Level 4-8 Certification

(Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies from the College of Education)

English

Math

Science

Social Studies

Secondary 7-12 Certification

(Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies or Multidisciplinary Science degree from the College of Education)

Secondary Certification - English

Secondary Certification - Math

Secondary Certification - Science

 

Students interested in a minor in Early Childhood or Secondary Education in History should visit with the respective colleges.

Secondary 7-12 Certification

(Bachelor of Arts from the College of Arts and Sciences with a Secondary Education Minor)

Students interested in certification in Agriculture, Family and Consumer Science, Art, Music should contact the appropriate college for more information.

Secondary Degree Plan with Local Secondary Minor

Early Childhood

(Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the College of Human Sciences)

Elementary Certification Only Degree Plan