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Education: Curriculum and Instruction

How we shine...
Almost all graduates are employed with permanent teaching positions within six months
Who to contact in Education: Curriculum and Instruction
Dr. Myra Lovett,

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Elementary Education (Grades 1-5), Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Elementary Education, Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - Online
Biology, Chemistry, or Math (Grades 6-12), Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Masters of Arts in Teaching, multiple concentrations, (M.A.T.) - Online
Master of Education, multiple concentrations, (M.Ed.) – Online
Master of Education, Educational Leadership
Master of Education, Educational Technology Leadership (M.Ed.) – Online
Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (Ed.D.) - Online

About Education: Curriculum and Instruction...
Teaching is the journey of a lifetime, changing lives one at a time. If you like to work with children and young adults, then you may want to learn more about the Elementary and Secondary Education programs at ULM. These programs prepare students for teaching in Elementary Education (1-5), with an Early Childhood add-on, Secondary Education (6-12) and all Levels (K-12).

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-Christina Sherman,
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Check out some of our learning opportunities:
  • Participation in school-based experiences prior to student teaching
  • Collaboration with area school systems in both grant-funded and service-oriented projects such as Big Brother/Big Sisters and GEAR UP
  • Student teaching abroad
  • Continuing education online offerings (add-on certifications and eTEACH)
  • Career change pathways to become a teacher (Alternative Certification – MAT)

Take advantage of online learning.
Various degree programs within the M.A.T. and M.Ed. are offered 100% online through eULM.

All programs are accredited by NCATE and each concentration has its own professional body that provides national recognition