COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership

Louisiana Tech’s undergraduate programs in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Leadership (CIL) have been recognized widely for their innovative and collaborative approach to helping train the next generation of teachers and school leaders. The program’s approach to elementary literacy training has been recognized as one of the most innovative in the country by TPI-US.

 

Early Childhood Education – Grades PK-3 (BS)

The bachelor’s degree in early childhood education is a 126-credit hour degree that includes courses in general education, early childhood teaching, and a year-long (August-May) clinical residency. 

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Elementary Education – Grades 1-5 (BS)

The bachelor’s degree in elementary education is a 129-credit hour degree that includes courses in general education, elementary teaching, and a year-long (August-May) clinical residency. 

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Secondary Education, Agriculture (Grades 6-12)

The bachelor’s degree in secondary education, agriculture is a 120-credit hour degree that includes courses in general education, agricultural sciences, middle/secondary teaching, and a year-long (August-May) clinical residency. 

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Secondary Education, English (Grades 6-12)

The bachelor’s degree in secondary education, English is a 120-credit hour degree that includes courses in general education, English, middle/secondary teaching, and a year-long (August-May) clinical residency. 

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Secondary Education, Social Studies (Grades 6-12)

The bachelor’s degree in secondary education, social studies is a 120-credit hour degree that includes courses in general education, social studies, middle/secondary teaching, and a year-long (August-May) clinical residency. 

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Minor in Secondary Education

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Minor in UTeachTech

The minor is UTeachTech is a 21-hour program that includes courses in STEM education and middle/secondary teaching. The minor is open to students pursuing degrees in STEM disciplines. Students who complete the minor and want to earn Louisiana teacher certification must complete a year-long (August-May) clinical residency in addition to the minor. 

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