Current Students

The UTeach Dallas program offers teacher certification preparation for middle-grade and senior-grade levels in science, mathematics, and computer science. UTeach Dallas will assist students with matching their bachelor’s degree plan with any of the different teaching certification preparation at either the middle or the high school level.

All students must take a set of professional development courses in addition to content courses for their desired area of certification. These degree holders will be fully comparable to and competitive with non-teaching degree holders.

Important information for current UTeach Dallas students:

Advising for Current Undergraduates or Current Degree Holders

Talk to a UTeach Dallas advisor to plan out your classes for the next semester or all the way to graduation. Advisors are also available to discuss any concerns or questions you have about the program and can help you find the resources you need to be successful in your academic pursuits.

UTeach Dallas Student Handbook:

UTeach Dallas Student Handbook (4-18-18)

Helpful Page Links:

Academic Policy

Academic policies for the UTeach program. These policies apply to all UTeach students.


Descriptions of the courses in the UTeach professional development sequence, from Step 1 through Apprentice Teaching.


Demonstrate that you meet specific teaching proficiencies and exhibit mastery in subject matter knowledge. Get started now!


WeTeach is our student led organization for UTeach Dallas students

Workroom and Inventory

The UTeach Dallas Workroom is a place for UTeach Dallas students to collaborate and use our resources. Learn more about the UTeach Dallas inventory procedures and how to find the right items for your assignments and field experiences.


Internships are available for UTeach Dallas students in Step 2 or higher. Find out more information about positions and details.


Learn about the funding available for those involved in the UTeach Dallas program.

UT Dallas Teacher Candidate Enrollment Calendar

The University of Texas at Dallas has a rolling enrollment for students seeking their teacher certification. Students (including transfer students) must enroll with at least 12 hours at UTD and generally are sophomores or juniors. All post-baccalaureate students are admitted immediately upon entrance into the university. View Calendar 

Interested in becoming a UTeach Dallas student? Visit our Prospective Students page.