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Programs of Study
Collaborative Teacher 6-12 (Special Education)
The Special Education Program at Athens State University is designed to prepare professionals to work with students in grades 6-12 who have disabilities. The program provides pre-service training in preparation for the class “B” certificate.
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Collaborative Teacher K-6 (Special Education)
The Special Education Program at Athens State University is designed to prepare professionals to work with students in grades K-6 who have disabilities. The program provides pre-service training in preparation for the class “B” certificate.
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Early Childhood Education P-3
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Elementary /Collaborative K-6
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Elementary K-6
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Physical Education P-12
The Physical Education curriculum at Athens State University consists of courses which meet the requirements of the State Department of Education for Class “B” Teacher Certification for the professional programs in Physical Education (P-12).
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Technical Education: Early Instructor Option
(Non-Certification)

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Education, Early Instructor Program prepares students for careers in education, healthcare, government, business, industry, military, and non-profit sectors. The program combines theory with hands-on experience to equip students for jobs in the field of education of young children.
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Technical Education: Instructional Design
(Non-Certification)

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Education, Instructional Design Program prepares students for careers in education, health care, government, business, industry, military, and non-profit sectors. The program combines theory with hands-on experience to equip students for jobs in the instructional design and technology field. Potential roles include multimedia specialist, instructional coordinator or designer, and training and development specialist. Students who complete the Instructional Design Program will potentially possess the ability to design and deliver creative learning environments in the workplace.
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Technical Education: Post-Secondary Instructor Option (Non-Certification)
The Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Education, Post-Secondary Instructor Program prepares students for careers in workforce development, education, healthcare, government, business, industry, military, and non-profit sectors. The program combines theory with hands-on experience to equip students for jobs in the field of education and training.

Program candidates must have expertise in a technical field.
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Technical Education: Secondary Instructor Option
(Class B Certification)

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Education, Secondary Instructor Program leads to a Class B Alabama teaching certificate. The program prepares students for careers in workforce development, high school and post-secondary education, healthcare, government, business, industry, military, and non-profit sectors. The program combines theory with hands-on experience to equip students for jobs in the field of education and training.

Program candidates must have expertise in a technical field.
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Minors
Note: minors in areas which are also available as majors are listed with the corresponding major above.


Educational Technology (Minor Only)
The Educational Technology Minor is designed to meet the needs of educators who seek to utilize new technologies in their classrooms, schools and educational and training settings. Students in the program have the opportunity to explore and improve their skills in the use of educational technologies and online teaching and learning. Students who complete the Minor in Educational Technology will potentially possess an advantage when seeking employment in educational settings such as K-12 schools, or in industries that value the employee’s ability to apply learning principles to create effective learning environments.
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English Language Learner (Minor Only)
An ELL Minor provides mainstream classroom teachers training, knowledge, and skills to teach the culturally and linguistically diverse student.
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Minor

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Instructional Design (Minor Only)
Instructional Design Minor students will learn to apply theory, research, creativity, and problem-solving skills to a variety of technology applications in order to improve learning. Students will also develop the skills to assess, create, and manage training materials. The combination of these skills will help to support technology supported training in educational institutions and corporate training classrooms. Through coursework, students will gain the experience needed to efficiently and effectively use technology and multimedia tools.
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