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Texas A&M University – Texarkana

Teachers change lives. Through their dedication to a career built on learning and instruction they benefit not just their students, but their families and their communities at large. The impact of a high-quality educator can transcend generations. Texas A&M University-Texarkana has established numerous pathways for students interested in a career in education, for current educators to expand their knowledge to take on leadership roles, and for professionals in other fields of study who feel called to the classroom. Using high admissions standards, rigorous academic coursework, and high-quality field experiences, Texas A&M University-Texarkana places exceptional educators in classrooms and offices throughout Texas and beyond, ready to help build a better tomorrow for the students of today.

Students desiring to be admitted into TAMUT to become a certified teacher in Texas.

  • Alternative Certification Program (ACP-Bridge)
  • Bachelor of Science in Education & Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
    • EC-6 Core Content
  • Bachelor of Science in Content Areas with Certification:
    • English with ELAR 4-8 & 7-12
    • Biology with Science 4-8 or Life/Composite Science 7-12
    • Social Studies 4-8 or History/Social Studies 7-12
    • Mathematics 4-8 & 7-12

University Program Contacts:

portrait of Rebeca Cooper at Texas A&M Texarkana

Assistant Professor of Education Leadership

Clinical Instructor of Education

Scholarship information

This is the first year Texas A&M University – Texarkana will award the Charles Butt Scholarship for Aspiring Teachers.

Are you a current Scholar or Scholar Alumni?

We invite you to join two online communities created just for you: CBF Connect – our new networking platform – and our private Charles Butt Scholars Instagram account.

Charles Butt Foundation Contact:

Headshot of Christina Dunigan, Program Director for Charles Butt Scholarship

Christina Dunigan

Program Director – Charles Butt Scholarship