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Curriculum & Instruction

Free Graduate Courses

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees. These programs prepare students, teachers and researchers for a variety of professional work settings, including public and private schools, higher education, clinical practice, and others. As you browse this web site, you'll learn more about our programs, our students, and our faculty. Please Email or call us with your questions.

The undergraduate program leads to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor Arts degree and a Texas standard teaching certificate. Certifications are available for EC-6, 4-8, 8-12 and All-level. The department also offers teacher certification programs at the post baccalaureate level through our Alternative Certification Program for those with degrees in fields other than education.

Texas A&M-Commerce was recently ranked in the Online College Database’s list of “Top U.S. Colleges & Universities for Teaching Education".  A&M-Commerce was the only institution chose from the state of Texas and was ranked #13 in the nation. Colleges and universities included on the list offer students a wide range of program options when it comes to teaching education. http://sites.tamuc.edu/news/am-commerce-ranked-1-in-texas-for-teaching-education/

Our faculty is comprised of outstanding educators who have earned doctoral degrees from universities throughout the United States. In addition to publications in academic journals and presentations at professional educational conferences, many faculty have published textbooks and other professional material. But the greatest tribute to the faculty in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction is their continuing involvement, through our field-based programs, with the public schools of Texas.

Content provided by Department Head Martha Foote

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