2+2 Program: Elementary Education Concentration

Welcome to the College of Education's 2+2 Program: Elementary Education Concentration
Bachelor of Science Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies and K-6 Teacher Licensure

About Our 2+2 Program in Partnership with Regional Community Colleges

The College of Education offers a Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies K-6 Licensure program with a concentration in Elementary Education on the campuses of the following community colleges:COE 2plus2_educator-child_wb

  • Pellissippi State (Hardin Valley)
  • Roane State (Crossville, Harriman, Oak Ridge, and Scott County)
  • Motlow State (McMinnville and Moore County)
  • Chattanooga State

The convenience of the 2+2 program (120 credit hours) allows the applicant to complete the first 60 hours at their local community college before transferring to Tennessee Tech to complete the remaining 60 credit hours which are provided by TTU faculty at the community college site.

  • 2+2 Program Enrollment is during the Fall semester only.
  • Courses are scheduled as a full-time, cohort-based program of study (a cohort is the group of students who start and complete the program together) at the appropriate community college campus.  

Eligibility for 2+2: Three Stages of Admission

Early Childhood Education Program Update: Roane State/Oak Ridge

The College of Education offers its Early Childhood Education (ECED) 2+2 Program at Roane State-Oak Ridge only.

  • The Early Childhood program allows a student to complete the final two years of coursework at Roane State-Oak Ridge to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Studies with a concentration Early Childhood with a teaching license for PreK-3.
  • An optional teaching endorsement can also be added for Special Education K-3. Please click the link to the left for more information regarding admission requirements for the Early Childhood program.  

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