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Maybe teaching is a new or lifelong passion. Maybe you've already discovered a natural gift for explaining ideas and concepts. With budget cuts to important school programs, and a growing population of adults returning to school for job training and career shifts, educators in traditional and non-traditional classroom settings are becoming more valuable every day. As a teacher, students of all ages and ability levels look to you for guidance, instruction, and inspiration for their own journeys.

In addition to being classroom teachers, education graduates can pursue careers as coaches, tutors, administrators, or education directors.

Contact Steve Brown, Mary Fox, Matt Anderson, and Tamara Kuzmenkov, Faculty Advisors in Education. For more information contact Steve.

Program Description

TCC offers courses that cover the first 2 years of a typical 4-year education program, as well as courses to develop skills needed for college-level Education courses.

Degree Options: Associate in Elementary Education (PDF) degree

Program Planning

If you're a secondary education candidate, you should keep in close contact with both your TCC advisor and your designated transfer school. This can help you plan your programs to fulfill the associate degree requirements for transfer to a 4-year school to complete a degree in their field of study for secondary education.

Catalog Course Descriptions

Watch the quarterly schedules under the Education section for new course offerings. Here is a summary of the tentative course offerings for the current 2011-12 academic year.

Tentative Course Offerings for Associate in Elementary Education

Fall 2016
EDUC& 115
EDUC& 205
EDUC& 204
MATH& 132
MUSC 120

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