image of wilson complex basketball courtbackground image of pine treependant background imageheader image of librarypurple background imageimage of stair wellimage of student union builingimage of gutterImage of ceilingImage of ceiling of the wilson complex buildingimage of wall in Tech buildingimage of swimming poolimage of ceilingimage of window at Studnet union buildingWall imageImage of window at science buildingImage of window at science buildingImage of stairs in science buildingImage of interior of science buildingImage of science buildingImage of science buildingImage of library buildingImage of buildingbackground image of ceiling

School of Education Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs| Graduate ProgramsApply to NMHU | Accreditation | Forms | CatalogFaculty and Staff | Contact Us

Gateways | Teacher Education | Special Education | Field ExperiencesManuals and Resources

Photo of Virginia Padia

Virginia Padilla-Vigil, Ph.D.
Interim Dean

Victoria D. de Sanchez Teacher Education CenterTEC_Building8592Edit Phone: 505-454-3146
FAX: 505-454-3384
Email: vpadillavigil@nmhu.edu

 

Mission Statement: 
The NMHU School of Education prepares teachers, counselors, and administrators for diverse and inclusive environments through excellence in teaching, research, and service.

Themes:
Diversity, reflective practitioner, culturally inclusive, authentic settings, practice, knowledge, professionalism, leadership


School of Education Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Arts programs:

  • Early Childhood Multicultural Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Special Education
  • Elementary/Special Education Dual Major

Minors and Endorsements:

  • Secondary Education Minor
  • Reading Endorsement
  • English as a Second Language Endorsement
  • Bilingual/TESOL Minor/Endorsement

Certificates:

  • Elementary Education
  • Secondary Education
  • Special Education

Gateways for Initial Licensure Programs
Initial programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree and making candidates eligible for a New Mexico teaching license include early childhood education, elementary education, special education, and secondary education, a program minor which must be combined with a content-area major.
Program progression is  monitored by three gateways that assess and guide students through the School of Education and teacher licensure. This process will initiate an in-school file for students as they matriculate in the School of Education.

Gateways