The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Career and Technical Education with several concentrations:
P-4 grades - Rogers Campus
The Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education is a four-year initial licensure program in partnership with NorthWest Arkansas Community College. UA courses are held at the Global Campus in Rogers.
The M.A.T. in Childhood Education prepares teachers to teach reading, math, writing, science, art, and music in elementary schools. Licensure is for grades P-4.
Endorsement for grades five and six will continue to be offered. For information on the courses for this endorsement, please see Additional Licensure Plan and scroll down to the list of links under content areas.
The M.A.T. in Secondary Education prepares teachers for middle and high schools in a wide variety of teaching areas.
The M.Ed. in Elementary Education is designed for already-licensed teachers of elementary education who want to expand professional competence.
The M.Ed. in Secondary Education is designed for already-licensed teachers of secondary education who want to expand professional competence.
The M.Ed. in Special Education prepares teachers already licensed in general education for teaching students with exceptionality. An Additional License Program is available for Special Education Instructional Specialists in Grades 4-12. Additionally, a graduate program leading to an Endorsement in Gifted Education is also available for teachers interested in earning a master degree with a licensure endorsement in Gifted and Talented.
The M.Ed. in Workforce Development Education is a Web-based degree program. Students are taught to design and deliver education to adult learners in settings from colleges or classrooms in business and industry, to general education development and English as a second language programs in a local community.