The Department of Curriculum and Teaching offers academic programs in 13 program areas. At all levels of education, emphasis is placed on preparing competent, committed, and reflective professionals. Close relationships with local schools allow faculty members to work as partners on a variety of school-based projects and support services.
The purpose of the undergraduate programs in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching is to prepare state certified teachers for classroom teaching positions in grades K-12 who can develop and plan effective lessons and units which allow for individual differences in abilities and interests among a diverse group of students.
The graduate degrees offered within the department allow practicing teachers to seek advanced certification and professional growth as they continue to develop a theory-based educational philosophy that reflects a clear knowledge and understanding of research-based practices. Doctoral programs prepare teacher educators for colleges and universities and provide subject specialists for local, state, and federal agencies. Steps to Application
Doctor of Philosophy (Career and Technical Education)
Graduate Certificates ...
The Department of Curriculum and Teaching offers distance education programs that allow students to balance educational objectives with career and family commitments; utilize live and archived streaming video as well as web-based instruction; schedule on-campus meetings in which students and instructors meet face-to-face; emphasize practical applications and research in the content area; allow graduate non-degree and students enrolled at other universities to enroll in courses; and offer distance-education versions of campus-based course offerings at Auburn University. Steps to Application (Current tuition is $513 per credit hour except for Foriegn Languages Education.)
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2013