Elementary, Undergraduate

The four-year curriculum leading to the bachelor's degree in elementary education is designed to prepare teachers for elementary schools, grades 4K-9. The program consists of a broad general education, professional preparation for effective teaching at the elementary education level, and the choice of special preparation in an academic minor.

Program Highlights

  • small class size (25 or less)
  • students spend over 300 hours in schools before student teaching
  • all faculty have K-12 teaching experience
  • location provides students opportunities to teach in rural, suburban, and urban schools
  • two semester block methods program where student participate in approximately 300 hours of supervised classroom experience prior to student teaching.

The program boasts a dynamic professional education faculty who will help you develop a strong knowledge base in your discipline and the skills to teach it.

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