Teaching Degrees at COM
Educators leave legacies that live long after the last bell of the school year rings. Through partnerships with local school districts and observations at the Child Development Lab School, the College of the Mainland Child Development Program trains students to be leaders in the field.
While the Associate of Arts in teaching degrees prepare students to excel at a university as education majors, graduates are also qualified to become paraprofessionals or substitute teachers.
- Observe in the Child Development Lab School.
- Enjoy small, hands-on classes.
- Learn with professors with years of experience teaching children.
- Get involved in the Child Development Education Club.
- Gain practice teaching at local schools.
- COM is an NAEYC-accredited school.
Associate of Arts in teaching (Leading to Initial Texas Teacher Certification: Early childhood through sixth grade)
This degree prepares students to ignite the imaginations of the youngest learners.
Associate of Arts in teaching (Leading to Initial Texas Teacher Certification: fourth to eighth grade or early childhood to 12th grade (special education))
This degree trains students to spark a love of learning in fourth through eighth grade students or special-needs children in any grade.
Associate of Arts in teaching (Leading to Initial Texas Teacher Certification: eighth grade to 12th grade or early childhood to 12th grade (other than special education))
This degree prepares future teachers to guide eighth to 12th grade students.
From a Student
“The COM program was perfect for me. It was able to fit my schedule as a mom.”