Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate students must apply for formal admission to the Teacher Education Program after completing 30 semester hours credit and before completing 60 semester hours credit. Students transferring more than 60 credit hours must apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program during their first semester at Piedmont College. Admission criteria are available by clicking the link on the left side of this page.Resources for making application to the Teacher Education Program are available by following the link to Student Resources, also on the left side of the page.

The School of Education offers state-approved programs of study at the undergraduate level leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree and, contingent upon approval by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, a Level 4 renewable (T-4) teacher certification.

Listed below are the undergraduate majors currently offered:

Early Childhood Education (Grades P-5)

Middle Grades Education (Grades 4-8)

Secondary Education: (Grades 6-12)

  • Biology Education
  • Chemistry Education
  • English/Language Arts Education
  • History Education
  • Mathematics Education

Drama Education (Grades P-12)

Please click here for specific requirements of each major