Texas A&M University-BS-School Health
Texas A&M University
Degree/Major: BS - School Health
Concentration(s): PHASE I: INDEPENDENT DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES, PHASE II: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE: EARLY FIELD-EXPERIENCE, PHASE III: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE: CLINICAL TEACHING
The School Health (SCH) program provides a background in the basic health sciences and pedagogy. This option prepares educators to plan, implement and evaluate health education in a variety of settings with an emphasis on teaching health in school settings.
Graduates have the ability to acquire K-12 teacher certification credentials enabling them to teach in public or private schools. This option certifies students to teach health only, although students are encouraged to become certified in a second teaching field through the use of core curriculum and support field electives.
Type of program: On-campus/classroom program
Number of students enrolled in the most recent fall semester: 51 students
Number of graduates for the most recent academic year: 51 graduates
Program accreditation: none
Contact InformationCollege of College of Education
4243 TAMU Blocker Building
155 Ireland Street
College Station, TX 77843
Program website: https://hlkn.tamu.edu/academics/bs-school-health/