Current Undergraduate Students

Advisement & Enrollment

Students majoring in elementary education and early childhood education are generally advised by faculty in the department. New students to Cameron and those who need transfer work evaluated should work with the Academic Advising Center in N. Shepler room 113 (for more information see http://www.cameron.edu/advising-center). Faculty in the department and at the advising center will advise you about the best course sequence and necessary prerequisites. Typically, summer and fall enrollment begins after spring break and spring enrollment begins after fall break.

Students who wish to enroll during the first week of enrollment can sign up for an appointment with their advisors during the week before enrollment begins using sign up sheets outside each office. Students are encouraged to meet with their advisors for advisement before peak enrollment times to determine the best course sequence—this makes enrolling much easier.

Course Descriptions

Course descriptions for courses can be found online.

Course Syllabi

To request a copy of the syllabus for a course taught in the Department of Education, please contact the instructor of the course as noted in the course schedule (http://www.cameron.edu/info/schedules) or contact Tiffany Hamilton in Nance-Boyer 1078 or at 580-581-2320.

The Department of Education teaches courses with the following prefixes: ECEC, ECE, EDUC, LIBS, and SPED.

Field Experiences

Teacher education students complete a variety of field experiences in conjunction with coursework. Download the PowerPoint show below to learn about Cameron University's policies and procedures governing field experiences. More details can be found in the Undergraduate Handbook.

Weekend Classes

The Department of Education offers some courses on weekends. If you are enrolled in a weekend course, there are a few things that you need to know.

    1. Find out what books/materials are required for your class either at the Cameron University Bookstore in Lawton or online at http://cameron.bkstr.com. Your instructors will expect you to be prepared with your materials on the first day of class. Please note: The Cameron University Bookstore closes at 2:30 p.m. on Fridays -- Do not plan to purchase anything right before class starts.

  1. Your instructor may send out reading or assignments that must be completed before the first class meeting. They will let you know if  anything is required via email. In order to receive this information and complete the assignments, you must check your email.

If you have any questions that cannot be answered by your instructor, you can contact Tiffany Hamilton in the department office at 580-581-2320.

Degree Check Sheets

Check sheets for all undergraduate programs show required courses.

Program Handbooks

Program handbooks detail the policies and procedures in place for undergraduate education programs.

Scholarships

Several scholarships are available to undergraduate education students.

Education Student Services

The staff of the Education Student Services office can help with licensure, field experiences, and residency.

Faculty and Staff

Learn more about the caring, competent, and committed Cameron education faculty and staff.

image of faculty with SOEA

Faculty Members Michelle Smith, Jennifer Dennis, and OEA Teaching & Learning Specialist, Bonnie Hammock, support Cameron's SOEA chapter.

Student Organizations

Education students can participate in and receive recognition from our student organizations and honor societies.

State Licensure Tests

Students are responsible for registering for and taking a series of state licensure tests throughout the program.

Contact Information

Nance Boyer, Room 1078
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505
580.581.2320 Voice
580.581.2865 Fax
jdennis@cameron.edu