The Division of Education, Supervision and Instruction at Tougaloo College offers a variety of undergraduate degrees in programs leading to P-6 and 7-12 teaching licensures. The Division of Education degree programs are guided by the Mississippi Department of Education standards and accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.
The Division of Education faculty and staff envisions a teaching and learning environment committed to providing future teachers with an education that develops reflective, effective, active and decisive scholars and practitioners who use theory, scholarly research, and best practices in their work with children and youth. Faculty and students come together to foster a community of teaching and learning that promotes inquiry, leadership, and advocacy for P-12 children, families, and communities.
The mission of The Division of Education, Instruction and Supervision at Tougaloo College is to prepare and support caring, reflective pre-service teachers as life-long learners and to succeed as professional educators in the teaching community. The Division of Education through teaching, scholarly research, and service is dedicated to preparing future teachers with the knowledge base, dispositions and skills necessary to become successful and effective educators in a complex, rapidly changing global society.
Programs of Study
Child Development and Elementary Education
- Associate of Arts in Child Development
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Child Development
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Special Education
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Health and Physical Education
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Health and Recreation
- Mathematics and Computer Science
Master of Arts Programs
- Master of Arts in Child Development
- Master of Arts in Teaching
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Division of Education
500 West County Line Road
Tougaloo, MS 39174
Holmes HallThea H. Williams-Black, Ph.D.
Dean of Education, Supervision, and Instruction
Professor of Education
Jannice Horton, B.S.