Undergraduate Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Educational Psychology offers an undergraduate non-certifica­tion degree option:  Bachelor of Science in University Studies with an area of concentration in Child Profes­sional Services and two undergraduate teacher certification degree options:  Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Special Education or Bilingual Education. A Creative Studies minor is also available.

Undergraduate students have the opportunity to be certified to teach in their specialty while completing their degree.

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The Creative Studies minor is designed to provide knowledge and strategies to help you think more creatively within the area of your future profession.
Type of degree: Minor
Program Delivery: Traditional
Credit Hours: 15 hours

Learn more about the Creative Studies Minor & Creative Studies Certificate program.

The Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (INST) with an option in Bilingual Education. This degree program prepares students to teach in bilingual settings and focuses on addressing the pedagogical and linguistic needs of English language learners (ELLs).
Type of degree: Bachelor of Science, Teacher Certification Program
Program Delivery: Traditional
Credit Hours: 124 hours

Learn more about the Interdisciplinary Studies: Concentration in Bilingual Education (B.S.) program.

The Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (INST) with an emphasis in Special Education. This degree program prepares students to teach individuals who are served by special education services.
Type of degree: Bachelor of Science, Teacher Certification Program
Program Delivery: Traditional
Credit Hours: 124 hours

Learn more about the Interdisciplinary Studies: Concentration in Special Education (B.S.) program.

The Child Professional Services concentration does not allow students to seek teacher certification; however, it prepares individuals to work with children in various organizations which support youth development.
Type of degree: Bachelor of Science, University Studies
Program Delivery: Traditional
Credit Hours: 120 hours

Learn more about the University Studies: Concentration in Child Professional Services (B.S.) program.