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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212
210-486-0559
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What is the Education program? 

The Department of Education offers two introductory courses for students seeking a career in teaching.  Education 1301 is an introductory course on the teaching profession and Education 2301 addresses the issue of special populations. 

What will I learn? 

Students will be introduced to the duties and responsibilities of a public school teacher. 

What can I do with this course of study? 

With an ATT degree, students may work as a teaching assistant in a public school.  For students interested in becoming certified teachers in Texas, the ATT degree is beneficial in earning a Baccalaureate in education.  

What's special about program? 

Students participate in a sixteen hour field experience which provides them the opportunity to decide whether the teaching profession is an appropriate career choice.

Contact Information

G. Mike Burton,
Chairperson

Ann Weesner,
Program Coordinator
 pweesner@alamo.edu  


Location:
McCreless Hall (MCCH-132B)

Phone:
210-486-1280