240 Gooch Hall
University of Tennessee at Martin
Martin, TN 38238
Educational Studies – Programs
We offer undergraduate programs in Interdisciplinary Studies, Secondary Education, and Special Education. Each of these programs is presented in three dimensions: general education, content education, and professional education. These dimensions will produce professionals who will be effective facilitators of learning.
We are dedicated to providing a variety of opportunities throughout our four year period of study. Each year the professional complexity increases to aid in the development of the knowledge and skills necessary to be a successful facilitator of learning in a K-12 classroom. Students who successfully complete any of the undergraduate programs will be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education.
All of our teacher preparation programs are approved by the Tennessee State Board of Education and accredited by NCATE.
We also offer numerous graduate programs. The Master of Science in Education with a major in Counseling has two concentrations: 1) School Counseling and 2) Clinical and Mental Health. The school counselor concentration will prepare counselors to support teachers and other school personnel as well as parents in addressing the needs of students related to academic, career preparation, and personal growth and development. Students will be prepared to serve schools with grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. The clinical and mental health concentration will prepare counselors for addressing the needs of the community.
The Master of Science in Education with a major in Initial Licensure is available for those students who have obtained a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and who are seeking to obtain initial licensure at the master's level to teach. Students in initial licensure programs should refer to section of catalog on undergraduate degrees in education
The Master of Science in Education with an Interdisciplinary major is available for those students who have obtained a bachelor's degree from
For more information, refer to the Graduate Student Handbook.