Is this program for me?
If you are interested in teaching children from early childhood through the eighth grade or special education at all levels, the Bachelor of Science degree in Teaching and Learning will help you do it. This major incorporates teacher certification preparation into its curriculum through the UH Teacher Education Program.
If you would like to pursue teaching certification at the Secondary level (8th -12th grade) or in art or music, you must major in the subject that you wish to teach. Students interested in teaching at the secondary level must declare an education minor. These students should begin their process by seeing the advisor in the department of their specific major to learn more about requirements.
For planning purposes only, we provide sample degree plans for Teaching and Learning majors. To file an official degree plan, please see your academic advisor.
A student may petition the Department of Curriculum and Instruction to declare a major in Teaching and Learning or a minor in education. Students must earn a minimum 2.50 grade point average in all courses attempted at this university.
It will typically take about four years to complete the program if students are enrolled full-time (12 hours).
What will I learn?
Our future teachers learn to teach with the latest research-based strategies and modern technologies from a world-class faculty. Students participate in continued field experiences, doing the real work of teachers in real schools. The urban setting encourages students to value diversity, and meeting the needs of increasingly diverse classrooms is one of the major goals of the program.
What can I do with my degree?
An undergraduate degree in Teaching and Learning offers preparation for the following teacher certifications in Texas:
- Early Childhood (EC) - 6th grade generalist
- EC – 6 Bilingual Generalist
- English, Language Arts, Reading (ELAR) 4-8
- Math 4-8
- Social Studies/ History 4-8
- Science 4-8
- EC-6 Generalist with ESL/Special Education Supplemental
To apply for this major, make an appointment with the Teacher Education Undergraduate Advisor.
The College of Education partners with UH Sugar Land to offer courses for the undergraduate Teaching and Learning program, specifically for those pursuing the early childhood through 6th grade generalist certification. For questions, please contact academic advisor Geneva Marquina at 713-743-0330 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Ms. Marquina will see current UH students (last name A-Z) by appointment ONLY on Monday and Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Albert Mamie George (AMG) Building, Room 118B. Ms. Marquina will be unavailable from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.