For prospective undergraduates, the department offers the bachelor's degree (B.S.) in Early Childhood, Interdisciplinary Studies, or Special Education. The department's commitment to the Ready2Teach Initiative and support from the Tennessee Board of Regents provides substantial field experiences for teacher candidates through Residency I and II. Residency I and II provides teacher candidates opportunities to design, teach, assess, and reflect upon the effectiveness of behaviors and decisions made in the classroom. Graduates of these programs are highly sought after.
Department of Elementary and Special Education
The Department of Elementary and Special Education offers degree programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels that will prepare you to make a positive difference in the lives of learners. The department is distinguished by faculty and students who are committed to understanding the most effective teaching strategies. Our faculty use data, experience, and technology to bring forward the best in student learning.
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