Elementary K- 6

Elementary Teaching License (Grades K-6)

The undergraduate Elementary program is an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree program granted through the College of Education. Students may choose to complete a Bachelor's of Arts or Bachelor's of Science. Students will be declared as full Elementary majors upon acceptance into the licensure program.

Elementary Teaching License (Grades K-3)

K-3 Teaching License through a partnership between the Family, Community and Human Development Major and the Urban Institute for Teacher Education.

Graduate Elementary K-6 Programs

Graduate level Elementary licensure programs are available in conjunction with Master's of Education degrees through either Educational Psychology or Special Education. These programs are designed for students who have already earned a bachelor's degree and wish to earn both an Elementary teaching license and a master's degree at the same time.

Elementary with M.Ed. in Educational Psychology Program Summary

The Master of Education in Educational Psychology with Elementary Licensure program is designed to effectively prepare teacher candidates to work with students across various age and ability levels and from diverse cultural, linguistic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Students will work with both the Department of Educational Psychology (ED PS) and the Urban Institute for Teacher Education (UITE) to complete this program.

Elementary EDUCATION with M.Ed. in SPECIAL EDUCATION Program Summary

The Masters of Education in Special Education with Elementary Licensure program is designed to prepare teacher candidates to work with students across various age and ability levels and from diverse cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Students will work with both the Department of Special Education (SP ED) and the Urban Institute for Teacher Education (UITE) to complete this program.

If you are interested in the program, please contact:

Elementary Advisor
Sara Hatch
SAEC 2264
801-581-6818

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