Teaching and Learning program graduates earn a B.A. in Teaching and Learning as well as a minor in an approved CCU program. With up to 21 elective credit hours, students have options for a second minor, or study abroad. In addition, students can earn 3-6 graduate-level credits in this program that can be applied to the Curriculum and Instruction Master of Arts program in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies.
This non-licensure program is 120 credit hours and offers supervised clinical practice experiences in a wide variety of school settings. Upon program completion, the student can apply their knowledge and skills to a variety of vocations such as: youth ministry, non-licensed teaching opportunities, non/for-profit K-12 business positions, and K-12 publishing positions.
CCU graduates of the Teaching and Learning Major earn a CCU Area of Emphasis in Biblical Studies.
The Bachelor of Arts major in Teaching and Learning requires completion of 120 credit hours, including 100+ clinical practice hours in a school:
General Education Core (51 credit hours)
Teaching and Learning Major Core (30 credit hours)
Minor Core (18 credit hours)
General Electives (21 credit hours)