Interdisciplinary Studies (Teacher Education)


Interdisciplinary Studies (Teacher Education)

The Division of Education prepares students to be-come highly qualified classroom teachers serving di-verse educational communities. Students have the opportunity to become involved in two teacher education organizations on campus: the campus chapter of the Association of Childhood Education International (ACEI) and the Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society for those students who qualify. Throughout the academic year, teacher candidates are able to meet and learn from superintendents, principals, and renowned public and private school teachers. Texas College offers the Bachelor of Science degree, the Associate in Arts degree, and the post-baccalaureate program. To earn the associate’s or bachelor’s degree, students must complete the required hours in the general education core, the institutional course requirements, and the content (major program) area requirements.

The Division of Education offers the major Interdisciplinary Studies (Educator Preparation Program) leading to teacher certification in the following areas: Early Childhood through grade 6 (EC-6); grades 4 through 8; grades 8-12; and Early Childhood through grade 12 (EC-12).

Baccalaureate Degree Programs

Associate of Arts Degree

Post- Baccalaureate Certification Programs

General Core Requirements

Division Chair for Interdisciplinary Studies

Octavia Brown

Phone: (903)593-8311, extension 2328

Email: OBrown@texascollege.edu