Cueste Program

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CUESTE: Teacher Education Program: CUESTE (pronounced
“quest”) stands for Curriculum of Undergraduate Elementary
School Teacher Education and is a collaborative program
between BMCC and Eastern Oregon University (EOU).
Students seeking elementary teacher licensure need to complete
a major in multidisciplinary studies; a minor in an academic
area, endorsement area, or course of study; and a minor in
elementary education. When students are within 100 credit hours
of finishing the CUESTE program requirements, they may apply
to EOU’s CUESTE program. The completion of CUESTE program
requirements leads to a bachelor’s degree (science or art) in
multidisciplinary studies, a minor in elementary education, and
certification in primary (age 4 through grade 4) and elementary
(3-8) grades. Through the CUESTE program, BMCC offers the first
two years, and an A.A.O.T. degree, and EOU provides the last two
years of the elementary education degree at BMCC’s Pendleton
campus.