Are you interested in creating the foundation for the next generation to succeed? Do you have a passion for teaching or are interested in teacher education? Do you want to facilitate change through educational research and influence education policy making at a local, state, national, or federal level?
Join the UNC Greensboro Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE) and become a valued member of an academic community that will deeply supports your professional goals. We are always interested in new ideas, new approaches, and new ways to help teachers teach well and students learn.
Whether students choose a degree in Higher Education or Teacher Education, our programs offer exceptional value and opportunity. Currently, we offer degrees, certificates, and licensure in many academic programs, both in the School of Education (SOE) and jointly with other units across UNC Greensboro’s campus. Please see our Academic Programs page to learn more about these offerings.
The Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE) brings together outstanding faculty mentors with scholars from all levels of educational experience to pursue one, common goal: to become leaders driven to make a difference in the lives of learners, who, in turn, are prepared to make their own positive difference in the world. Whether your professional goal is to be a leader in elementary schools, secondary schools, or higher education, we are here to provide the best possible preparation and support.
TEHE News Feed
- MAT TESOL Student Receives Fullbright ETA AwardWe are thrilled to announce that Alex Homes, one of our MAT in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) students, has received a […]
- Dual Major Wins Provost Student Excellence Award 2022Please join us in congratulating Kiarra Webb-Coe, a current senior in the Dual Elementary and Special Education Program, and the newest winner of the Provost […]
- Class of 2022: Yahira Robinson Finds Power, Passion, and PurposeYahira Robinson was just 12 years old when she knew she wanted to be a Spartan. Her SOE faculty introduced her to a new form of kinesthetic learning known as integrated dance […]