Elementary Education

Your future in ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Do you want to be an elementary education teacher? Take courses at UNT’s New College at Frisco and you’ll be in the heart of one of the nation’s fastest-growing areas — and home to destination school districts. The Frisco, Allen and McKinney school districts are among the fastest-growing school districts in the state and their schools are ranked among the top. You’ll have the opportunity to work in school districts through student teaching and professional development courses.

Earning a B.S. in interdisciplinary studies through UNT’s College of Education will prepare you to get your teaching certification and give you the skills needed to launch your teaching career in early childhood through sixth grade (EC-6). Learn more about the program.

Fall 2017 courses
  • EDEE 4330 Science Grades EC-6
  • EDEE 4340 Social Studies Grades EC-6
  • EDEE 4350 Math in Elementary GradesEC-8
  • EDRE 4860 Reading Language Arts
  • EDEE 4890 Inquiry into Classroom Practice
Take the next step

You must be an admitted UNT student to take courses at UNT's New College at Frisco. Students may enroll in courses at the Frisco location, UNT or online to fulfill their degree requirements.

Learn more at admissions.unt.edu

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Talk to your advisor to make sure courses fit with your degree plan.

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