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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Students who plan to teach grades 4-8 science, mathematics or social studies spend their first three years becoming specialists by studying in the ASU department(s) that focus on their area of interest (i.e., those pursuing social studies focus primarily on courses in history, political science and geography).

In their fourth year, students become more heavily involved in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. They also complete student teaching, which is vital to their learning experience.

All undergraduate curriculum and instruction course material is available to students online. Students also have access to the New Education Innovative Teaching Center, a classroom outfitted with the same state-of-the-art technology and equipment that teachers and administrators are likely to use when they start their careers.

These bachelor’s degrees are offered through the Department of Curriculum and Instruction:

Other Teacher Certification Degree Plans

Please refer to the Teacher Education Department if you are interested in any of these degree and certification programs:

  • Early Childhood to Grade 6 – Generalist Certification
  • Early Childhood to Grade 6 – Generalist Certification with All-Level Special Education
  • Grades 4-8 English, Language Arts and Reading
  • Grades 4-8 Generalist

To receive all-level certifications in the areas listed below, visit the corresponding departmental website:

For information about grades 8-12 certification, Click Here or refer to the appropriate departmental website for the subject you are interested in. For example, to learn about grades 8-12 teacher certification in English, visit the English Department website. 

Degree Programs

The Curriculum and Instruction Department offers these bachelor’s degrees in interdisciplinary studies:

 

Teacher Certification Procedures

Read about the teacher certification process and the procedures for admission to the Educator Preparation Program.

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