Education Coordinate Majors
Education Coordinate Majors at a Glance
The Elementary and Secondary Education Coordinate Majors prepare students to become teachers with content knowledge in a given subject. Students enrolled at Tulane SoPA declare a primary major alongside an education coordinate major.* The education coordinate majors equip teacher-candidate students with the necessary credentials, research skills, and instructional practices to successfully support PreK-12 learners.
*SoPA students must talk to their SoPA academic advisor and NTC students must talk to their NTC academic advisor to understand the requirements and process to declare one of the Education Coordinate Majors.
Transfer up to 60 credits to meet the 120-credit requirement. Earn your degree in two to four years.
Tuition Scholarships & Stipends
Earn a tuition waiver for 11 education courses and a $5,000 stipend during the induction program, which includes the one-year residency and subsequent two years as a certified classroom teacher.
Nationally recognized faculty who practice what they teach and help you succeed beyond the classroom.
20% discount on tuition for teachers and paraprofessionals outside Orleans Parish. Tuition reimbursement for teachers in Jefferson Parish. Tuition waivers for teachers in Orleans Parish. Tuition $623/credit hour.
Students must already be admitted to a primary major at Tulane SoPA and have a minimum 3.0 GPA average in any completed undergrad courses. Students work with their academic advisor to declare one of the Education Coordinate Majors. Not a SoPA student? Visit our undergraduate degree pages to find a primary major.
*SoPA students must talk to their SoPA academic advisor and NTC students must talk to their NTC academic advisor to understand the requirements and process to declare one of the Education Coordinate Majors