Education

UCA’s College of Education promotes a strong emphasis on preparing educators to work effectively with low-achieving student populations to improve student learning outcomes. The College is also interested in attracting more diverse educator candidates to its programs. UCA continues to be one of the top two producers of licensed school educators in the state. Currently, more than 5,000 UCA graduates work as educators in Arkansas k-12 schools, with the highest concentration of its graduates working in central Arkansas or northwest Arkansas. Learn more about the College of Education.

Programs

  • Childhood Education (P-4) – BSE
  • College Student Personnel Services and Administration – MS
  • Educational Leadership – EdS
  • Instructional Technology – MS
  • Master of Arts in Teaching – MAT
  • School Leadership, Management and Administration – MS
  • Library Media and Information Technology – MS
  • Middle Level Education(4-8) – BSE
    • Language Arts/Social Studies
    • Math/Science
  • Reading – MSE
  • School Counseling – MS
  • Special Education – MSE
    • Collaborative Instructional Specialist, Ages 0-8
    • Collaborative Instructional Specialist, Grades 4-12