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The Teacher Education Program (TEP) is a structured education strategy integrating classroom studies with learning through field experiences related to a student’s academic or career goals. It provides progressive opportunities to incorporate theory and practice.
A student interested in teaching in one of the content areas may begin taking coursework toward teacher certification as early as freshman year. A student may earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree with a major in a content area from Missouri S&T with secondary teaching certification (grades 9 – 12) in Missouri. All of the course work required in this program is available on the Missouri S&T campus. In addition, the student teaching semester and clinical experiences are arranged with area public, or accredited private, schools.
Many surrounding states have cooperating agreements with Missouri with respect to certification requirements. Some states allow teachers to obtain a temporary certificate which allows them to teach until the requirements of that particular state are completed.
The purpose of the TEP is to develop teachers as decision makers and reflective thinkers while helping satisfy the continuing need for well-qualified teachers in Missouri schools and across the nation.
Mission Statement: Preparing collaborative, technologically adept, effective educators for a diverse and global society.
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