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Education major with Elementary Education Concentration, 5-year Internship specialization

The BS in Education, elementary education concentration degree has two pathways that lead to elementary education teacher licensure: undergraduate internship and five-year internship specialization. In the 5-year internship pathway, students earn a BS in Education with an elementary education concentration and complete the requirements for a Tennessee teaching license in elementary education during graduate-level coursework. Students engage in multiple field experiences throughout their undergraduate program of study. During the fifth-year internship, students spend a full year in an elementary classroom and complete graduate-level coursework leading to the MS in Teacher Education with a concentration in one of the Professional Internship concentrations. For more information about the graduate portion of this program, see the graduate programs page.

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Amy Broemmel, associate professor, elementary and literacy education, and advanced programs and job-embedded practitioner co-coordinator

Jennifer Jordan, clinical associate professor, elementary and literacy education, initial licensure programs coordinator

Linda McClanahan, clinical supervisor, elementary education

Amanda Rigell, clinical assistant professor, elementary education and job-embedded practitioner co-coordinator

Kelly Wallace, clinical assistant professor, elementary and English education

Amy Broemmel, associate professor, elementary and literacy education