Associate of Arts in Teaching AAT 2
Grades 8-12; Early Childhood-12 (Music, Physical Education, Art, Health, Theater Arts, Technology Application and languages other than English, excluding Special Education).
The Associate of Arts in Teaching degree is a state-board approved collegiate degree program consisting of lower-division courses intended for transfer to baccalaureate programs that lead to initial Texas teacher certification. The AAT degree is fully transferable to any Texas public university offering baccalaureate degree programs leading to initial teaching certifications.
All interested students should see the Education Division Director.
The AAT 2 degree plan is for students interested in teaching grades 8-12, grades EC-12 in art, music, physical education, theater arts, health , technology applications and languages other than English, excluding special education.
|Course Subject||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EDUC-1301||Introduction to Teaching Profession||3|
|NATURAL SCIENCE w/lab||Choose one 4 hr. credit class
BIOL-1306/1106, BIOL-1307/1107, BIOL-1309/1109, BIOL-2301/2101, BIOL-2302/2102, BIOL-2306/2106 or CHEM-1306/1106, CHEM-1308/1108, CHEM-1311/1111, CHEM-1312/1112 or GEOL-1303/1103, GEOL-1304/1104
|HIST-1301||United States History I||3|
|PHED-1304||Personal-Community Health I||3|
|HIST-1302||United States History II||3|
|EDUC-2301||Introduction to Special Populations||3|
|LITERATURE||Choose one class with 3 hours from:
ENGL-2322, ENGL-2323, ENGL-2326, ENGL-2331 or ENGL-2341.
|BIOL 1308/1108||Biology for Non Science Majors I with lab||4|
|PSYC-2301 or SOCI-1301||General Psychology or Introductory Sociology||3|
|COSC-1301 or SPCH-1318||Intro. to Computers or Interpersonal Communication||3|
|ELECTIVE||Approved concentration elective related to content area you will teach.||3|
|MATH-1350||Fundamentals of Math||3|
|FINE ARTS||Choose one 3 hours class from:
DRAM-1310, ARTS-1301, or MUSI-1306
|PHED-1164||Introduction to Physical Fitness and Sports||1|
View course descriptions here: Course Catalog