UAteach is an innovative program that combines in-depth science, mathematics, or computer science education with teacher preparation. The 26 credit hours of coursework can be distributed throughout 4 years, or condensed into a minimum of 4 semesters for students who have enough room in their schedules.
Math and science majors completing their degree requirements and the UAteach program
are recommended to the Arkansas Department of Education for a teaching license in
Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, or Physics (grades 7-12). Students pursuing Computer
Science teacher licensure (grades 4-12) can complete any degree and will be recommended
for licensure if they have completed a Computer Science minor and the UAteach program.
Contact a UAteach Advisor to see how it works for you.
The following Advising Guides provide guidance and offer suggestions for the sequence of courses you will take to complete your bachelor’s degree and the UAteach Minor.
Math and science majors, please consult your Fulbright advisor for an official degree plan.
Students interested in Computer Science teacher licensure can contact a UAteach advisor for more information.
- BIOL BS Life SC Licensure
- BIOL BA Life SC Licensure
- Chemistry BS Chemistry Licensure
- Chemistry BA Chemistry Licensure
- Computer Science B.A.
- Computer Science Minor
- MATH BS Math Licensure
- MATH BA Math Licensure
- Physics BS Physics Licensure
- Physics BA Physics Licensure
Students who cannot fit the UAteach program into their undergraduate degree but would like to become a secondary math or science teacher should consider the 1 year M.A.T. program (Master of Arts in Teaching) in which students earn a masters degree and a teaching license.
For science teaching, contact Dr. Burgin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For math teaching, contact Dr. Kent (email@example.com).