Curriculum and Instruction
We provide emerging teachers access to a broad range of cutting-edge, high-quality programs focused on training and informing the educators and administrators of the future.
Our programs are nationally accredited and serve as a testing ground for new ideas, techniques, and technology associated with the fields of curriculum and instruction.
The love of learning and guiding others to their full potential is a common thread among curriculum and instruction majors.
Our graduates will be teachers and leaders who are competent, caring professionals who work effectively in a diverse, technological society.
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- 2+2: Your College Classroom Close to Home
With our popular and convenient 2+2 Program for undergraduates, you can attend your first two years at your nearby community college.
You may then finish your studies instructed by Tennessee Tech faculty while still at the community college campus completing your education degree, the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science in Education.
- Excel at All Levels
Whether you are looking to start your career with your bachelor’s degree, build on your experience with an advanced degree (master's, education specialist, or doctorate) or seek licensure in a specific field, we can help you excel to your highest level.
- Student Technology Requirements
All students are required to have their own computer to support their learning in the College of Education. There are options, recommendations, financial aid, and specifications located here, Bring Your Own Device.
- Tk20 by Watermark
We use Tk20 by Watermark, a comprehensive data and reporting system that improves our processes, managing candidate transition points, and tracking key assessments in program coursework.
Check your syllabi and consult with your instructors for assessments that must be submitted to Tk20.
All professional education courses include assessments within Tk20.