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Texas A&M University faculty positions are listed through campus colleges/departments. All faculty positions are also posted on the Texas Workforce Commission.

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  • Nondiscrimination Notice

Texas A&M University faculty positions are listed through campus colleges/departments. All faculty positions are also posted on the Texas Workforce Commission.

A student in the Direct Support Paraprofessonal (DSP-P) career track is trained to support teachers and students in the classroom.  A DSP-P can be employed by school districts or other educational facilities.  As part of their job, DSP-Ps may:

The PATHS Child Care Professional (CCP) track is available to students who have been accepted into the PATHS program who have an interest in working with children ages 0-5 in a child care program. This track will closely align with the six competency standards set by the CDA Council (CDACouncil.org). Upon graduation, graduates will have knowledge to begin/continue working with children ages 0-5 in the classroom setting.  As part of their job, CCPs may:

The first semester of the PATHS Certificate Program will provide both core competency and enrichment classes to students, preparing them to work in their chosen fields of study in a wide range of community settings.

This is the program outlined in the BA MATH (Certification) plan. Students must complete 22 hours of education courses plus one semester of student teaching. Students interested in becoming certified through the aggieTEACH program should contact Jennifer Whitfield via email (jwhitfld at tamu.edu) or visit her in Blocker 514. Intersted students then obtain a Teaching Field Plan from Dr. Vince Schielack (979-845-2831). Students completing this plan will be certified upon graduating and passing the TExES exams for certification.

For more detailed information, please see the AGGIE TEACH Website here .

Students who choose this option need to complete 9 hours of education courses: TEED 302 or INST 310, TEFB 322, and TEFB 324. After graduating with at least a 2.75 GPA, students enter graduate school at Texas A&M in the college of education and take 9 hours of courses in the summer, then 12 hours of courses during a one-year internship. Students completing this plan will be certified upon completing the 21 hours of graduate courses, the internship, and passing the TExES exams for certification. If a student wishes to complete a Masters Degree in Education, they only need 15 additional hours after certification.

Many institutions offer one-year alternative certification programs after graduation. The requirements for these programs vary by institution. Students interested in alternative certification should contact the institution they wish to attend to pursue this for specific requirements. Typically, students who choose this option will be certified upon completing their degree, one year of teaching, and passing the TExES exams for certification.

The College of Education and Human Development has proudly been transforming lives since it began. Faculty, staff and students remain firmly committed to enhancing education and health outcomes for all. Through teaching, research and outreach activities, the college strives to provide innovative professional training to its students so they can prepare our future leaders, solve many of our social issues and contribute to the knowledge base of our professional field.

Our rapidly changing world needs people who are lifelong learners. Aggies Commit to Learning for a Lifetime is designed to create a culture that supports high-impact learning experiences and fosters student commitment to developing the knowledge, habits and skills needed to make an impact throughout their life, adapt to change and create new opportunities for themselves and others.

For the past two years, I have had the honor to call the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University home.  This college is a fantastic place where leading experts, passionate students, and dedicated staff join in transforming lives of individuals across our state, nation, and the world.

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  • Benefit Programs
  • Retirement
  • Cost of Living Calculator
  • Dependent Care Programs
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • University Holidays
  • Legal Statements
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Prospective Employees
  • Safety & Security Notices
  • Training & Development
  • USERRA
  • Nondiscrimination Notice

LEARN MORE

  • Benefit Programs
  • Retirement
  • Cost of Living Calculator
  • Dependent Care Programs
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • University Holidays
  • Legal Statements
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Prospective Employees
  • Safety & Security Notices
  • Training & Development
  • USERRA
  • Nondiscrimination Notice

Texas A&M University faculty positions are listed through campus colleges/departments. All faculty positions are also posted on the Texas Workforce Commission.

A student in the Direct Support Paraprofessonal (DSP-P) career track is trained to support teachers and students in the classroom.  A DSP-P can be employed by school districts or other educational facilities.  As part of their job, DSP-Ps may:

The PATHS Child Care Professional (CCP) track is available to students who have been accepted into the PATHS program who have an interest in working with children ages 0-5 in a child care program. This track will closely align with the six competency standards set by the CDA Council (CDACouncil.org). Upon graduation, graduates will have knowledge to begin/continue working with children ages 0-5 in the classroom setting.  As part of their job, CCPs may:

The first semester of the PATHS Certificate Program will provide both core competency and enrichment classes to students, preparing them to work in their chosen fields of study in a wide range of community settings.

This is the program outlined in the BA MATH (Certification) plan. Students must complete 22 hours of education courses plus one semester of student teaching. Students interested in becoming certified through the aggieTEACH program should contact Jennifer Whitfield via email (jwhitfld at tamu.edu) or visit her in Blocker 514. Intersted students then obtain a Teaching Field Plan from Dr. Vince Schielack (979-845-2831). Students completing this plan will be certified upon graduating and passing the TExES exams for certification.

For more detailed information, please see the AGGIE TEACH Website here .

Students who choose this option need to complete 9 hours of education courses: TEED 302 or INST 310, TEFB 322, and TEFB 324. After graduating with at least a 2.75 GPA, students enter graduate school at Texas A&M in the college of education and take 9 hours of courses in the summer, then 12 hours of courses during a one-year internship. Students completing this plan will be certified upon completing the 21 hours of graduate courses, the internship, and passing the TExES exams for certification. If a student wishes to complete a Masters Degree in Education, they only need 15 additional hours after certification.

Many institutions offer one-year alternative certification programs after graduation. The requirements for these programs vary by institution. Students interested in alternative certification should contact the institution they wish to attend to pursue this for specific requirements. Typically, students who choose this option will be certified upon completing their degree, one year of teaching, and passing the TExES exams for certification.

LEARN MORE

  • Benefit Programs
  • Retirement
  • Cost of Living Calculator
  • Dependent Care Programs
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • University Holidays
  • Legal Statements
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Prospective Employees
  • Safety & Security Notices
  • Training & Development
  • USERRA
  • Nondiscrimination Notice

Texas A&M University faculty positions are listed through campus colleges/departments. All faculty positions are also posted on the Texas Workforce Commission.

A student in the Direct Support Paraprofessonal (DSP-P) career track is trained to support teachers and students in the classroom.  A DSP-P can be employed by school districts or other educational facilities.  As part of their job, DSP-Ps may:

The PATHS Child Care Professional (CCP) track is available to students who have been accepted into the PATHS program who have an interest in working with children ages 0-5 in a child care program. This track will closely align with the six competency standards set by the CDA Council (CDACouncil.org). Upon graduation, graduates will have knowledge to begin/continue working with children ages 0-5 in the classroom setting.  As part of their job, CCPs may:

The first semester of the PATHS Certificate Program will provide both core competency and enrichment classes to students, preparing them to work in their chosen fields of study in a wide range of community settings.


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