Because the world desperately needs great teachers
Education is essential, not just to the success of the individual, but to the success of our community, our state and our country. And the key to education is, without question, in the hands of our teachers. Teaching is more than a job — it’s a calling. And more than ever, we need smart, compassionate and motivated teachers. At the Julia Tutwiler College of Education, that’s our mission, and our graduates have been doing with distinction the work that matters for generations.
The B.S. Elementary Education (Major K-6) (Includes certification in Early Childhood P-3) degree at The University of West Alabama is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs of the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The current accreditation term runs from March 2022 through August 2024.”
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A practical education
Amplified by inspiration
Shelby Goldman knew she wanted to teach. After two years of junior college, she started looking for a college that could do more than help her become a teacher. She wanted to become an exceptional teacher.
There is no greater calling
Teaching is a challenging, inspiring career. And every day, you have the chance to use your knowledge, your skills, your compassion to affect your students in ways that profoundly shape their future. Explore our full range of majors and certifications.
Preparation and Support
Becoming a great teacher goes well beyond the classroom
In the College of Education, we will give you everything you need to reach your full potential as a teacher. This goes well beyond what happens in the classroom. It also means giving your practical, real-world experiences, where you have a chance to do something that matters.