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Undergraduate Degree Programs


Undergraduate Degree Programs Offered

  • BS, major in Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 ESL)
  • B.S. major in Interdisciplinary Studies (EC-6 Bilingual)
  • BS, major in Interdisciplinary Studies (Grades 4-8)
  • BS, major in Interdisciplinary Studies (All-Level Special Education)

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Minors Offered

  • Secondary Education
  • Special Education


Early Childhood - 6th Grade, Grades 4-8 and All-Level Special Education.
Students who wish to teach in these fields pursue the Bachelor of Science with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies. 
The total number of hours to graduate will vary between 120 to 134 semester hours, depending on the focus selected.

Secondary Education. Students who seek secondary certification (8-12) or all-level certification (1-12) follow the curriculum outlined by the department of their major. These students take 24 credit hours of preparation courses offered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

  • CI 3325
  • CI 4332
  • CI 4343
  • CI 4370
  • RDG 3323
  • EDST 4680

Click here for a list of certifications for high school and all level teacher certification.

See the subject area website for further information.
Interdisciplinary Studies Majors
Students seeking this major should consult with advisors in the Undergraduate Advising Center, located on the second floor of the College of Eduction, for detailed informaion regarding specific requirements.

Academic Advising


The College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center is a student-centered, collaborative resource for undergraduate students seeking an undergraduate degree through the College of Education. As an integral part of teaching and learning at Texas State, academic advisors in the Undergraduate Advising Center cultivate student success by engaging students in educational planning to promote academic, personal, and professional development while considering diverse interests, abilities, and goals. Services available for students include, but are not limited to:

•             exploration of career and educational goals;
•             assistance with selection of educational programs;
•             interpretation of policies and procedures;
•             information on course sequencing and degree requirements;
•             referral to other university resources; and
•             verification of graduation requirements.

Ultimately, the academic advisors in the College of Education Advising Center strive to develop a guidance and support system to encourage student self-reliance, responsibility, and success in achieving academic goals.