Bachelor of Arts
Undergraduate Teacher Education Partnerships (UTEP)
UTEP at Greenville University
The Undergraduate Teacher Education Partnerships (UTEP) allows students with an associate’s degree to earn a license to teach elementary school in Illinois, as well as a four-year bachelor’s degree from Greenville University. Students participate in online coursework and attend evening face-to-face workshops every other week at local community colleges. Students also accrue more than 300 hours of field experience in elementary classrooms.
UTEP is currently offered at Kaskaskia College (Centralia, IL), Lewis and Clark Community College (Godfrey, IL), Lincoln Land Community College (Springfield, IL), Lincoln Christian University (Lincoln, IL), and Southwestern Illinois College (Belleville, IL).
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Generous classroom hours. Acquire more than 300 hours of experience in rural and urban classrooms before you graduate. Enter the teaching field confident and prepared.
Character Education. Students in the School of Education at Greenville University receive a nationally recognized certification in character education from Character Plus, preparing them to educate the whole child.
Deepen your education. We’re a liberal arts school. That means you get a holistic education that introduces you to many subjects and ideas, helping you grow your interests and skills.
I chose Greenville because of the UTEP program. At the time I started my journey to finish my degree I was a single mom, and the UTEP program worked out the best for my kids and me.
-Amanda Kohler, UTEP
These documents help you understand which courses to enroll in at your local college in preparation for our Undergraduate Teacher Education Partnership (UTEP).
Lewis and Clark Community College
Southwestern Illinois College
Lincoln Christian University
Lincoln Land Community College
Visit the Online Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.