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Turning students into teachers and teachers into leaders

Teacher preparation is our specialty. We offer programs for undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking initial teacher certification as well as programs for veteran teachers seeking advanced degrees and certifications. Whether you're an undergraduate student seeking to enter the profession, a career changer in pursuit of a teaching degree, or a practicing teacher interested in furthering your career, the UAB Department of Curriculum and Instruction can help you achieve your goal.



About the Department of Curriculum and Instruction

As part of a great research university, our department offers a broad range of undergraduate and graduate degrees. Our programs are fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

The Department of Curriculum & Instruction faculty are internationally and nationally recognized providing expertise in their respective disciplines. Through teaching, scholarship, and service, faculty contribute to the development of dynamic teachers and educational communities in a global society.

We welcome your inquiries into our programs as you seek opportunities to touch the world through the education profession. Go Blazers!


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The faculty and staff in the UAB School of Education had a big weekend celebrating the new interim Dean, Dr. Lynn Kirkland! We have a lot to celebrate in the School of Education these days! Stay tuned for other big announcements this week! #uabdeptofci
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P6 candidates design models to prevent beach erosion @amstiuab training. #uabteachersrock #uabdeptofci #amsti
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Internship ✅ So proud of your hard work! The future is bright! 😎☀️

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Fidget spinners are hot right now. Are they a tool or toy? Dr. Ennis, asst prof @UABDeptofCI weighs in on the trend uab.edu/news/youcanuse…
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Congratulations to our graduates! We cannot wait to see your mark on the world!