Students in the Teacher Education Program work with two plans: 1) A “degree plan” that contains Texas and University degree requirements. All of the courses in the degree plan count toward the 120 hours required by The Higher Education Coordinating Board to graduate with an Undergraduate Degree from a Texas University. 2) A “certification plan” that contains the courses required to complete the Teacher Education Program.
These courses along with the courses in the degree plan total 120+ in order to complete all of the hours required to not only graduate, but to hold a Texas Teaching Certificate.
Note: Secondary Level and Early Childhood Level students receive their “degree plan” from their Home College of Arts and Sciences or Human Sciences.
When deciding on a program please click the link associated with the level that you would like to teach and then refer to the “degree requirements” and the “certification or TEP requirements.”
If you have questions, please feel free to contact email@example.com for more information.
(Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies from the College of Education)
Elementary Online 2+1 Distance Program
(Bacholor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies from the College of Education)
- Degree Requirements
- TEP Requirements
(Bachelor of Arts from the College of Arts and Sciences with a Secondary Education Minor)
(Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Sciences degree from the College of Education)
- Degree Requirements (Multidisciplinary Sciences all Emphasis)
- TEP Requirements (Multidisciplinary Sciences Blocks)
(Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the College of Human Sciences)