You are here

Associate of Science - Teaching K-6 Emphasis

Student with instructor at board

The Tennessee Board of Regents two-year and four-year institutions
developed the K-6 emphasis for the Associate of Science in Teaching
Degree to ensure a seamless transfer among the 19 TBR institutions
of higher education. This emphasis is common among all TBR institutions
and is considered as fulfilling the coursework for the freshman
and sophomore years at those institutions. This emphasis also fulfills
the requirements for the first two years of the K-6 Integrated Studies
degree at the University of Tennessee, Martin.

To facilitate success in this program, all students should enroll
in ORN 1010 Orientation: Learning to Succeed during their first
semester at DSCC.

Note: During the sophomore year all students planning to teach
should meet the PRAXIS or ACT testing requirements for their
transfer institution.

About this Program

Associate of Science


This program is in the Division of Arts and Sciences.

Coordinator of Social Sciences

Michael Bowen


Dean of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Teri Maddox


For information about registering for the PRAXIS I examination, test center locations, and cost, visit the PRAXIS Test Site