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Teaching and Learning, BA (CUS)

Bachelor of Arts


College of Undergraduate Studies


School of Education

Teaching and Learning program graduates earn a BA 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 program 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)

Teaching and Learning Program Courses With Corequisites and/or Prerequisites

  • course Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (3)

  • course Field 2 Elementary Classroom and Behavior Management (3)

  • course Field 2 Secondary Classroom and Behavior Management (3)

  • course Assessment of Learning and Critical Thinking (3)

  • course Diverse Reader 1: Instruction for Developing Readers (3)

Program Type

Bachelor's Degree