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4 Year University Degrees  

As a result of a 2+2 articulation agreement between NTCC and Texas A&M University - Texarkana, five teacher certification programs are currently offered on the NTCC campus. In addition, NTCC and A&M-Texarkana have recently extended this partnership to offer a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration .

Students, after receiving core requirements through NTCC, can then make a seamless transition to A&M-Texarkana to complete the final two years of coursework. All Texarkana coursework is offered on the NTCC campus and is taught by A&M-Texarkana instructors or via distance education.

Please see the following links to view tentative degree plans for each of the degree programs offered through the College of Education and for the tentative degree worksheet for the College of Business.

College of Business

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
College of Education and Liberals Arts
Bachelor of Applied Arts & Science (BAAS)
Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
Early Childhood (EC) - 6th Generalist
EC - 6 Generalist with Special Education
EC - 6, Bilingual
Bachelor of Science
4 - 8 Math Certification
8 - 12 Math Certification
Alternative Teaching Certification (ACP)
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (MED)
Classes being offered leading to the Master of Adult and Higher Education

In an effort to further expand baccalaureate programs on the NTCC campus, A&M-Texarkana is now also offering courses leading to the BS in Criminal Justice and the BAAS (Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences). Much of the coursework leading to these degrees can be completed on the NTCC campus.

For more information on these programs, contact:
Dr. Callie Fortenberry, Program Director for A&M-Texarkana at Northeast Texas Community College , at 903.434. 8355 (callie.fortenberry@tamut.edu)

Or visit the A&M-Texarkana website at http://www.tamut.edu.


Texas A&M University-Texarkana at NTCC Faculty and Staff

Dr. Callie L. Fortenberry, Program Director and Associate Professor of Reading callie.fortenberry@tamut.edu

Ms. Kelly L. Coke, M.S., Coordinator, Adult Degree Outreach and Clinical Faculty
kelly.coke@tamut.edu 

Dr. Richard Herrera, Assistant Professor of Management
richard.herrera@tamut.edu  

Ms. Jennifer Perez, Program Support
jennifer.perez@tamut.edu  

Ms. Carmen Shurtleff, M.S.W, Advsior for A&M-Texarkana at NTCC
Carmen.shurtleff@tamut.edu 




    
 
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