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Prospective Students: Want to visit us?

In response to the COVID-19 situation, we cannot meet in person at the moment, but we can certainly talk or video chat. Email the Chair of the Department for the major or area in which you have interest.  You may also email the Advisor for the program in which you have an interest and the Advisor or Chair can arrange to talk to you by phone or video chat more about our programs.  For more about how to contact the Chair or the Advisor see our website at http://www.uah.edu

 

The College of Education collaborates with the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences, and the College of Science and local schools to offer undergraduate teacher preparation programs that combine a broad liberal education base and professional studies that are content-rich with diverse field experiences integrated into all coursework.

Undergraduate Catalog for Education

B.A. in Elementary Education 

Students in elementary programs may add a collaborative-special education (K-6) endorsement with additional coursework and an internship.

B.S. in Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education

Students in the Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education programs will be eligible to apply for Alabama Class B Early Childhood (P-3) and Class B Early Childhood Special Education (P-3) teaching certificates.

B.S. in Secondary Education with the following concentration options:

Students in secondary education programs may add a middle school endorsement or a collaborative-special education (6-12) endorsement with additional coursework and an internship.

P-12 Education

B.A. in Art with a concentration in education (P-12)

B.A. in Music with a concentration in education (P-12)

B.S. in Kinesiology with Physical Education (P-12)

Additional Endorsements

Information

Initial Certification Program Handbook (Undergraduate)

Initial Certification Program Handbook (MAT: Alt-A)