COE Undergraduate Programs
Choosing to pursue a degree from the College of Education is about more than getting a teaching license. A degree from the College of Education prepares you to be an excellent educator, counselor, researcher, leader, or administrator. A degree from the College of Education at the UofM shows that you are equipped to lead, to solve real-world problems, and to work with students in the city of Memphis, throughout the Mid-south, and around the world. Explore the degrees the COE offers and find out how you can be Driven by Excellence.
Undergraduate students may choose to major in the following areas:
• Human Development and Learning, (B.S.Ed.)
• Integrative Studies, Secondary Math Concentration (B.S.Ed.)
• Integrative Studies, Youth Services Concentration (B.S.Ed.)
• Teaching All Learners (leading to Elementary K-6 and Special Education Modified K-12 licensure), (B.S.Ed.)
COE Undergraduates are advised by the Teacher Education Program. Explore TEP's website, visit them in Ball Hall 202, or call 901.678.2377 for more information.
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