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Austin College is known for producing some of the finest educators in the field. Are you ready to join their ranks? Education students at Austin College major in the discipline they want to teach and minor in education, preparing you with both subject matter expertise and specialized training in teaching. Many future teachers participate in the Austin Teacher Program (ATP), which allows you to complete a bachelor's degree and master's in teaching in 4.5-5 years. Take your position at the head of class and achieve your goal of becoming a dedicated and creative teacher

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Engage students through Thinking Camps!

The Austin Teacher Program works with Sherman ISD to provide “Thinking Camps,” a summer camp experience for area elementary students. As a part of a two-week summer integrated social studies and science program, ATP students . . . 

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Finish in Four*

with the skills to launch your career 

Being a great teacher 

requires you to strengthen and refine your skills in communication, critical thinking, and collaboration. At graduation with a minor in education you will be prepared to:

  • clearly communicate the results of research into the complex, ethical, political, or economic forces that influence educational policy in oral, written and electronic formats;
  • utilize technology to plan, present, and reflect/receive feedback on instruction; and
  • design and carry out effective and coherent instruction and assessment based on appropriate learning goals and objective.

Explore our Graduate Outcomes to learn more about what our graduates are doing today. 

Meet our Faculty

Dr. Tamra Dollar

Dr. Tamra Dollar

Visiting Assistant Professor of Education
Ms. Teresa Gray

Ms. Teresa Gray

Administrative Assistant Certification Officer
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