HSU Teachers College BSE in Hot Springs

If you want to enrich the lives of children, their families, and their communities, you may be interested in teaching young children or adolescents. Teachers College, Henderson's degrees in early childhood or middle level education may put you on the career path of your dreams. You will gain real-world experience while learning about child and adolescent growth and development, creative teaching materials, and content-related strategies.

Teachers College, Henderson State University, offers evening and online junior and senior-level classes at National Park Community College in Hot Springs for the early childhood and middle level (language arts/social studies) education degree completion. (It is recommended NPCC students complete the Associate Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree at National Park Community College first to ensure all education and freshman and sophomore level liberal arts requirements have been met. For details, contact National Park Community College

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Teachers College, Henderson Course Listings Fall 2014- NPCC 

Contact Information

Teachers College, Henderson 
Henderson State University
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1100 Henderson Street
Arkadelphia, Arkansas 71999

Dr. Celya Taylor, Associate Dean and Chair
Ms. Paula Golden, Administrative Assistant
Room 247 Education Building
Phone: 870-230-5335
Fax: 870-230-5455
Email: Curriculum and Instruction

Ms. Christi Batts
Executive Director
Henderson State University- Hot Springs
Phone: 501-617-0032
Email: battsc@hsu.edu 



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“At HSU my schedule in any given semester was likely to include chemistry and philosophy, or biology and history, or physics and literature. That juxtaposition of ideas helped me understand things in ways that I probably wouldn’t have otherwise. A physicist who has learned how to think like a historian, or like a biologist, or like a philosopher is much better equipped to solve a wide variety of complex problems than someone who has mastered some quantity of technical information.”

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Dr. Anthony P. LyonsBachelor of Science - Physics, 1988
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