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.

  • 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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