Bachelor's Degree Programs
UNA offers undergraduate programs that lead to Alabama Professional Educator Certification in the following teaching fields: biology, business marketing, chemistry, collaborative teacher, early childhood, elementary, English language arts, family and consumer sciences, French, general science, general social science, geography, German, history, mathematics, music-choral, music-instrumental, physical education, physics, Spanish, and visual arts.
The College of Education & Human Sciences offers undergraduate non-teaching majors/concentrations in exercise science, fitness management, health promotion, recreation, and sport management in the Department of Health , Physical Education and Recreation; and child development, culinary arts, foods and nutrition, interior design, and merchandising in the Department of Human Environmental Sciences.
Teacher Education Requirements
Please see the University catalog for a more comprehensive list of requirements.
- 1. ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY
(does not assure admission to programs in teacher education)
- 2. DECLARATION OF A MAJOR
- 3. ADMISSION TO THE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM (TEP)
- 4. COMPLETION OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
- 5. INTERNSHIP
- 6. GRADUATION
- 7. CERTIFICATION
Information regarding graduate offerings available at www.una.edu/graduate