Richard F. Abrahamson, Cheryl J. Craig, H. Jerome Freiberg, Gay Goodman, W. Robert Houston, Theresa M. Monaco, Lee Mountain, Richard Olenchak, Augustina Reyes, Eleanore Tyson (Clinical), Allen R. Warner, Cameron S. White
Jennifer Chauvot, Sheng Kuan Chung, Michael W. Emerson (Visiting), Jacqueline Hawkins, Patricia Holland, Laveria F. Hutchison, Mimi Lee, Angus MacNeil, Sara G. McNeil, Melissa E. Pierson, John M. Ramsey, Bernard Robin, Lilia Ruban
Nicole Andrews, Steven Busch, Shea Culpepper (Visiting), Suzanne Davanon (Visiting), Teresa Edgar (Visiting), Traci Jensen (Visiting), Jean M. Kiekel, Young Hee Lee (Visiting), Xiaobao Li, Frances Mallow (Visiting), Carol Markello (Visiting), Sabrina Marsh (Visiting), Amber Meuth (Visiting), Amy Mulholland (Visiting), Brian Plankis (Visiting), Thresa Stallings (Visiting), Julie Vowell (Visiting), Cathryn White (Visiting), Jahnette Wilson (Visiting), Lee Wright (Visiting), Sissy Wong
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers the undergraduate major in Interdisciplinary Studies. The interdisciplinary studies major is composed of five components: academic foundations, pre-professional development courses, specific B.S. and Coordinating Board requirements for mathematics and science, and the Professional Development Sequence (QUEST). This degree requires 120-139 semester hours. Degree outlines are available online at www.coe.uh.edu/about/quest/.
See all the information on the Teacher Certification Program (QUEST).
See the Graduate and Professional Studies catalog for graduate course listings, or consult the department for additional information.
Catalog Publish Date: August 18, 2011
This Page Last Updated: June 23, 2011
Effective Date of Archive: December 19, 2011