Undergraduate Students

We offer many avenues of study that lead to satisfying and rewarding destinations in education. Our graduates say things like: “Teaching is a wonderful job! Each day is different; each year is different. You build on the experiences the kids bring.” ­ Todd Autenreith, elementary school teacher, UA graduate, and Arizona Teacher of the Year finalist

We have three undergraduate programs that lead to teacher certification:

Early Childhood Education (birth - grade 3)
Elementary Education (grades K-8) - Bilingual education and English as a Second Language (ESL) options available.
Mild-Moderate Disabilities K-12 Teaching

If you are interested in Secondary Education, this is achieved through our one-year Teach Arizona master's program; contact Co-Directors depending on your area of interest; Patty Stowers (English, Language, and Social Studies content areas) or Barry Roth (Math and Science content areas) to learn more.

We also have three undergraduate programs focused on working with children and adults in a variety of settings:

Deaf Studies/Educational Interpreting
Literacy, Learning, and Leadership
Rehabilitation Studies & Services

To see a sample four-year plan in one of these majors, please visit degreesearch.arizona.edu. Please note, these are samples only; current and customized advising plans can be created for you by meeting with an academic advisor.

We are also pleased to offer six undergraduate minors:

Minors

To learn more about any of these programs, please schedule an appointment with your academic advisor; their information can be found here: academic advisors.

For more online information, please go here:

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