Elementary education (K-5) prepares emerging teachers and administrators for the modern classroom and a range of careers in education. The elementary education curriculum is designed to provided graduates with the needed foundation of teaching skills based on the latest in instructional theory, coupled with the broad knowledge needed to teach at the elementary level. The College of Education offers a wealth of on-campus educational resources, from the VISION Virtual Learning Lab and the Jeffers Learning Resources Center, to the Millard Oakley STEM Center.
Tennessee Tech also offers a 2+2 program in Elementary Education, K-5 Licensure, in
partnership with our regional community college partners and nationally accredited
by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Our 2+2 program
allows you to complete your credit hours at your local community college with courses conducted
by Tech faculty. For more information on the Elementary Education 2+2 program, click here.
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- Elementary School Teacher
- Education Administration
- Agency Administration
- Instructional Coordinator
- Curriculum Development