Bachelor Programs in Education

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A Bachelor of Education prepares students for careers in the field of education. Whether as a teacher, school counselor, or school administrator, students earning a Bachelor of Education can move forward in a rewarding career.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Education have many options to choose from in specialization areas, such as education and public policy, child development, organizational management, early childhood education, or teaching English as a second language, to name a few. Curriculum for a Bachelor of Education degree will provide the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare students to be successful and innovative professionals in the field of education through coursework and application of theory and methods in student teaching. Students also have the flexibility of full-time, part-time, or online programs to earn a Bachelor of Education degree.

If you are passionate about education, then a career is waiting for you with a Bachelor of Education. Take a look through the options below and find the perfect program for you!

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Bachelor of Education (Early Years)

Melbourne Polytechnic
Campus Full time 4 years February 2017 Australia Melbourne

Can you see yourself working with young children? If you like to work as a teacher in a preschool or primary setting, Melbourne Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Education, Early Years, boasts a 100% employment success rate. A rewarding career teaching the next generation beckons. If you aspire to work with young children we offer a contemporary and dynamic approach to professional preparation in the early years sector that has a strong emphasis on equity, social justice and critical praxis. [+]

Bachelors in Education. Can you see yourself working with young children? If you like to work as a teacher in a preschool or primary setting, Melbourne Polytechnic’s Bachelor of Education, Early Years, boasts a 100% employment success rate. A rewarding career teaching the next generation beckons. If you aspire to work with young children we offer a contemporary and dynamic approach to professional preparation in the early years sector that has a strong emphasis on equity, social justice and critical praxis. Share a world of knowledge with young children Learn the skills and gain the industry qualifications for employment as a teacher across the early years spectrum of birth to 12 years. You can choose to complete the full course and become a qualified kindergarten and primary teacher, or exit after two years with an Associate Degree of Early Years Studies. Industry connections and resources You will have access to award winning, dedicated teaching staff and the benefit of industry bodies such as the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and the Victorian Institute of Teaching. Employment outcomes You will be awarded dual teacher registration upon graduation. You will qualify for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching, the registration body for teachers as well as a kindergarten teacher, to work within a range of children’s services. This registration is with the Department of Education and Early Year Childhood Development (DEECD). More Information Some Commonwealth Supported Places may be available to eligible students on request. Please note: it is in your best interest to use both VTAC codes when applying through VTAC. Please contact the department directly if you require clarification or to find out the latest fees information. [-]

Bachelor Engineering Education

Ohio Northern University
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Columbus

Our engineering education major is the first of its kind in Ohio and one of the first in the nation. The program will prepare you to become a licensed secondary math teacher but with a specialized engineering perspective. You’ll receive a solid foundation in engineering, mathematics and education. [+]

INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION Our engineering education major is the first of its kind in Ohio and one of the first in the nation. The program will prepare you to become a licensed secondary math teacher but with a specialized engineering perspective. You’ll receive a solid foundation in engineering, mathematics and education. You’ll take core engineering courses and then broaden your engineering knowledge through five technical electives in your areas of interest. Our academic program is rigorous. Expect to work hard and be challenged. But there’s no need to stress, because we offer a supportive and collaborative environment. Your professors, fellow engineering students and ONU alumni will become your friends and family. They will help you succeed and open doors for you. The engineering education program blends challenging coursework with real-world learning. You’ll work on team projects and solve engineering challenges. You’ll go out into the community and the schools to work with children, introducing them to engineering with fun, hands-on projects that you design and develop. You’ll learn how to communicate effectively with all age groups and design projects, lesson plans and curricula. These skills are essential for every successful teacher. Upon graduation, you’ll become an ambassador for the engineering profession – ready to have a positive impact on young people and to change the world! OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS SCHOOL DAYS, FUN DAYS Local schoolchildren claim it’s THE best day of the entire school year. And you’ll help plan it! The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy is a fun-filled day of interactive engineering projects. Schoolchildren – guided by ONU engineering students – get to do cool things like building batteries out of lemons and designing weight-bearing structures out of a deck of cards. As an engineering education major, you’ll play a lead role in the STEM Academy – designing curricula and dozens of hands-on activities to get fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders excited about engineering. ASEE CHAPTER ONU started the first – and only – undergraduate chapter of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Members of this group sponsor guest speakers, participate in regional and national conferences, host fun social activities, and participate in STEM outreach programs. THINK SUCCESS TYLER HERTENSTEIN BS ’15 “THE BEST ASPECT OF THE ENGINEERING EDUCATION PROGRAM IS ITS DIVERSITY. I TOOK MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE CLASSES THE ENTIRE FOUR YEARS AS WELL AS MATH AND EDUCATION CLASSES. IT TAUGHT ME HOW TO BE A STRONG LEARNER WHO COULD MASTER A NEW SUBJECT IN A SHORT TIME. IT ALSO PROVIDED ME WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURSUE A LARGE VARIETY OF CAREERS.” Tyler Hertenstein graduated with a Bachelor of Science in engineering education in spring 2015 and accepted a position as an engineering technology teacher at Pleasant Local High School in Marion, Ohio. While at ONU, he helped to plan the STEM Academy, traveled to the Dominican Republic to show local teachers how to integrate engineering into their lessons, and spent a summer at Olin College in Massachusetts working on a research project with engineering students from across the country. He also student-taught at Allen East High School in Lima, Ohio, and interned in web applications development at Plumbline Solutions in Findlay, Ohio. OUTCOMES AND COURSES SOLID OUTCOMES The math education component of our engineering education program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). ONU education students have achieved a 100 percent passage rate for the past five years on the teacher licensure exam. 100 percent of our engineering education majors have found full-time jobs or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. COURSES You’ll need 128 credit hours to earn your Bachelor of Science (BS) in engineering education. We encourage you to use your elective hours to pursue courses or a minor that will align with your interests and passions. Here are some courses you’ll take as an engineering education major: Calculus Physics Communications in the Classroom Electric Circuits Computer Applications Development Across the Lifespan Educational Psychology Exceptional Learners Curriculum and Assessment Integrated Mathematics Methods Student Teaching [-]

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care

TAFE Illawarra
Campus Full time 4 years July 2016 Australia Shellharbour

TAFE Illawarra offers a unique Bachelor Degree for aspiring early childhood educators. With modern state-of-art facilities and strong ties with industry, TAFE Illawarra Shellharbour provides the very best for you to excel in their studies. With an on-the-job training focus, you will start working in a childcare setting during your studies. You will be exposed to real-life experiences at two of... [+]

Bachelors in Education. Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care Supporting the development of a young child can be a truly rewarding career path. If you love children and want to have a positive impact on their growth, learning and development before school, then this is the course for you. Demand for knowledgeable child care workers is high in Australia and internationally. TAFE Illawarra offers a unique Bachelor Degree for aspiring early childhood educators. With modern state-of-art facilities and strong ties with industry, TAFE Illawarra Shellharbour provides the very best for you to excel in their studies. With an on-the-job training focus, you will start working in a childcare setting during your studies. You will be exposed to real-life experiences at two of TAFE Illawarra’s fully operational childcare centres located at our Wollongong and Shellharbour campuses. The course will allow you to develop the skills and knowledge in the areas of early childhood theory, practice, professional practice and leadership. You will experience planning and implementing developmental programs, preparing play and learning materials and helping children with their daily routine tasks and guiding children’s behaviour and social development. This is an industry-recognised qualification which will enable you to work in a variety of early childhood settings including long day care, preschool, integrated child and family services, early intervention services or as a Centre Director. The academic and theoretical content of this course is supplemented with practical work experience placement throughout the course which allows you to apply what you have learned in a real-world environment. The degree is structured over eight semesters, with full-time students required to complete five subjects per semester. [-]

Bachelor of Music Education in Music Secondary Education

Northern Arizona University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Flagstaff

This degree prepares you for a secondary education certificate, with a K-12 endorsement in music. [+]

Available Emphasis Areas: Choral - Emphasis Instrumental - Emphasis This degree prepares you for a secondary education certificate, with a K-12 endorsement in music. This program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). h2>What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Music Education in Music Secondary Education? The mission of the School of Music is to provide an experience-based education, balanced between performance and academics, that leads to successful careers and lifelong involvement in music; to enrich the cultural life of the surrounding community through high-quality outreach programs, professional-caliber performances, and other collaborative opportunities; to cultivate an environment where discovery, creativity, and personal and professional development can flourish; and to value tradition yet seek innovation. University Requirements To receive a bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona University, you must complete at least 120 units of credit that minimally includes a major, the liberal studies requirements, and university requirements as listed below. All of Northern Arizona University's liberal studies, diversity, junior-level writing, and capstone requirements. All requirements for your specific academic plan(s). At least 30 units of upper-division courses, which may include transfer work. At least 30 units of coursework taken through Northern Arizona University, of which at least 18 must be upper-division courses (300-level or above). This requirement is not met by credit-by-exam, retro-credits, transfer coursework, etc. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on all work attempted at Northern Arizona University. Campus Availability Flagstaff [-]

Bachelor of Mathematics and Computer Science

Minin University
Campus Full time 5 years September 2016 Russia Nizhny Novgorod

One of the bachelor degree programs encompassed by these profiles is the formation of professional competencies of Computer Science teachers. This implies constant self-development and active participation in the process of informatization of education, tutoring: [+]

Bachelors in Education. One of the bachelor degree programs encompassed by these profiles is the formation of professional competencies of Computer Science teachers. This implies constant self-development and active participation in the process of informatization of education, tutoring: advising colleagues on issues related to Information Technologies. Graduates will find a lot of interesting, relevant, creative work. Additional competence: Accomplishing tasks in Computer Science competitions Mathematical Statistics in pedagogical research Distance learning technologies Informatization of education Where can I work after graduation In the process of training and after graduation, our students and graduates work in government and commercial organizations engaged in educational activities. The main areas of professional activity of graduates are: Informatics and ICT" teaching out-of-class; out-of-class work in Computer Science; Methodological assistance to teachers in the development of Information Technologies; Acting as deputy. CIO, administration EIOS DU. [-]

Bachelor in Elementary Education

Oakland City University
Campus Full time 4 years August 2016 USA Oakland

The School of Education offers associate, applied associate, bachelor, masters, and doctoral programs. The university is a strong teacher-education institution [+]

The School of Education offers associate, applied associate, bachelor, masters, and doctoral programs. The university is a strong teacher-education institution in the state, and has provided numerous teachers for schools in the surrounding area. The instructional staff has years of experience in elementary, junior high/middle school, and secondary schools – a prime requisite for the approval of a teacher education program by the Indiana Department of Education: Division of Professional Standards (DPS). In 1988, the Oakland City University Board of Trustees designated the School of Education as the official unit responsible to the Division of Professional Standards for the teacher education programs at Oakland City University. The School of Education is accredited by NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education). Faculty holding rank in education, psychology, physical education, or technical education are voting members of the School of Education. Faculty in a specific content area are consulted concerning decisions about secondary education majors. The School of Education is a learning and teaching community dedicated to OCU's mission: Oakland City University is a Christian faith-based learning community dedicated to the enhancement of intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social development for positive leadership. Program of Studies: 120 hours Admissions Requirements 1) Minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale from an accredited, approved, or commissioned high school 2) Minimum SAT score of 1250 or minimum ACT score of 19; OR 3) Minimum TOEFL score of 500 (paper based), 200 (computer based), or a minimum of 70 on the IBT and 6.5 on the IELTS (for students from non English speaking countries) [-]

Bachelor in Educational Foundations

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Fairfield

A major in Educational Foundations is designed especially for students who are interested in working in educational settings but do not plan to become a classroom teacher. [+]

Bachelors in Education. A major in Educational Foundations is designed especially for students who are interested in working in educational settings but do not plan to become a classroom teacher. Students who would like to design educational programs for communities or businesses will find this major provides a strong background of knowledge and skills. The major is a good choice for students who would like to work in after school or enrichment programs for children or young adults. Many students who major in Educational Foundations intend to go graduate school in education-related fields. Students who would like to work at the Pre-K or elementary level are encouraged to meet with an advisor in the Education Department to set up a program within the major that focuses on early childhood and elementary education. They can take advantage of courses and internships that give them practical experience working with children in the University’s laboratory school. Program Goals To promote the personal growth of students toward advanced levels of adult development. To prepare students with the general learning skills and knowledge necessary to be citizens of our modern age. To develop in every student the knowledge and skills necessary to teach anything to anyone, with a special focus on teaching one’s own subject field in the schools of contemporary America. Fourteen program learning outcomes have been identified in all and each one is assessed at one or more points in the program to make sure that every student attains each one. To help each student grasp intellectually the relationship between the underlying field of consciousness, the “unified field of all the laws of nature,” and all branches of the field of education. To prepare graduate students who are current on a topic of educational interest and able to present the research and best practices on this topic. [-]

Bachelor in English Language Teaching in the Global Classroom

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time September 2016 USA Tulsa

The College of Education at ORU is committed to providing opportunities for individuals responding to the call of God to become "transformed" professional Christian educators. [+]

The College of Education at ORU is committed to providing opportunities for individuals responding to the call of God to become "transformed" professional Christian educators. The undergraduate education program offers preparation for professional, public and private responsibilities in the field of education throughout the world. Around the globe, there is a high demand for skillfully trained English language instructors. The Bachelors of Art degree in English Language Teaching in the Global Classroom is for those who are called to go to other countries to teach English and those from other countries who want to return to their country to teach English. The program offers a combination of reading, English and English language learning (ELL) courses to ensure candidates acquire the content knowledge, pedagogical skills and dispositions needed to assist students in acquiring English language proficiency. ... [-]


Bachelor in Basic Education

University of Minho - Institute of Education
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2016 Portugal Braga

The Degree in Elementary Education, enabling the acquisition of comprehensive skills in the different areas of scientific, technological, artistic, humanistic and pedagogical knowledge, opens a variety of career opportunities in the field of early childhood and basic education. [+]

Bachelors in Education. Academic degree: Bachelor (Bologna 1st cycle degree) ECTS: 180 Duration: 6 curricular semesters Regime: Normal Place: Gualtar Campus, Braga Main Scientific area: Teacher Education BACHELOR | 3 YEARS The Bachelor degree in Elementary Education endows their technicians with knowledge and skills that allow them to observe and evaluate various educational settings within the territory of childhood and basic education; to build a global view of children and their contexts of life and learning, developing skills for action in fields relating to child and basic education; building capacity to develop learning, critical thinking, intellectual curiosity and openness to diversity, a perspective of education throughout life; access to Masters that qualifies for teaching in preschool and in 1st and 2nd cycles of Basic Education. This cycle of studies provides knowledge and skills that enable students for the exercise of various professional functions child-centred and network services to assist the Commission in particular curriculum activities, extracurricular activities and activities to support school integration. Careers The Degree in Elementary Education, enabling the acquisition of comprehensive skills in the different areas of scientific, technological, artistic, humanistic and pedagogical knowledge, opens a variety of career opportunities in the field of early childhood and basic education. This cycle of studies enables to the exercise of non-teaching educational functions, particularly in: - Support centres to study attendance/help and leisure activities; - Institutions that promote childcare in prolonging the school time/schedule; - Pedagogical innovation projects; - Animation projects for public and school libraries and reading mediation / promotion; - Services of study attendance of hospitalized children or that are unable to attend school; - School support services to immigrants; - Support services for children with special educational needs. [-]

Bachelor in International Teacher Education for Primary Schools (ITEPS)

Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 Netherlands Meppel

Do you enjoy working with children, do you like to lead by example and would you like to contribute to children’s education? If this sounds just like you, and if you also like the idea of working in an international environment, enrolling in ITEPS may be the smartest career choice you will ever make! [+]

Do you enjoy working with children, do you like to lead by example and would you like to contribute to children’s education? If this sounds just like you, and if you also like the idea of working in an international environment, enrolling in ITEPS may be the smartest career choice you will ever make! Outstanding job prospects, with the demand for primary teachers in the Netherlands and international schools set to increase from 2016. You will be trained to teach at international schools throughout the world. Perfectly prepared for a competative jobmarket. Classes with a high level of personal attention. Extensive teaching experience in the Netherlands, Europe and beyond. Career On completing the International Teacher Education for Primary Schools (ITEPS) programme, you will be a fully qualified primary school teacher to teach in Dutch and international schools and may choose to work in education, but you will find that your degree is also a highly valued commodity in a range of other fields. Inspiring job Your job as a teacher will be as inspiring and creative as any job can be, but of course it also comes with its share of responsibilities. You will learn how to apply your professional skills and knowledge to support children of different ages, nationalities and cultures and with different sets of talents. You will be expected to work independently, as well as alongside parents, your colleagues and other education professionals. Careers Careers open to you after graduation include: International Primary School Teacher Primary School Teacher in the Netherlands Educational Assistant Special Education Teacher Principal or Deputy Principal About the course ITEPS offers a diverse range of subjects and a strong practical focus. You will gain extensive experience teaching at primary schools in the Netherlands and abroad, where you will work on developing educational, pedagogical and teaching skills . First Year Introduction to teaching and education The first year focuses on improving your knowledge of the English and Dutch language and on providing you with the skills you need to live and work anywhere in the world. You will learn about and experience all facets of the teaching profession, with an emphasis on educational theory. What does it mean to educate? How do children think? How do you communicate with them? You will teach children in schools and will become aware of the dynamics of a classroom setting. Year 2 and 3 More in-depth study During your second and third year, you will develop a broad understanding of educational theory: how do you get children to focus on their work, and what makes the classes you teach successful? You will have teaching practice at primary schools in the Netherlands and abroad and learn to conduct practical research. During this stage, you also have the option to choose from a number of specialised courses. Fourth Year Final stage In the fourth year, you will be given more responsibilities, spend more time teaching and work increasingly on your own. You will complete this stage with a challenging teaching practice in which you will be expected to conduct practical research. Specialisation In your second and third year, you choose two specialised subjects, attending classes either at Stenden’s ‘home campus’ in the Netherlands and at one of our partner schools in Denmark or Norway. These subjects include: Art and Culture (Netherlands and Denmark) Mathematics (Netherlands and Norway) Special Education (Denmark and Netherlands) History and Sociology (Denmark and Norway) Religion and Ideology (Norway and Netherlands) Science and Technology (Norway and Denmark) Physical Education and Health (Denmark) Admission requirements Academic Requirements To be admitted to one of the Bachelor programs you have to meet certain admission requirements. Stenden University of Applied Sciences recognizes the following general international qualifications: International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or European Baccalaureate Diploma High School diploma from an accredited institution Four GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level passes plus two ‘A’ level passes Associate, Bachelor or Master Degree Language Requirements All non-EER applicants are required to submit an English proficiency test with their application. Exceptions are made for students, who have had their preparatory education in a country where English is the official working and educational language. The language requirements for EER students are the same as for Dutch students. If your diploma is mentioned in this list the additional English language test is not required. Stenden University of Applied Sciences accepts three kinds of official language tests: IELTS, TOEFL and the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English. Academic IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.0 for each skill). TOEFL 550 (paper based), 213 (computer based) and 80 (internet based). Original test results must be sent directly from the Educational Testing Service to Stenden. The TOEFL institution code for Stenden is 9215. Cambridge ESOL score CAE-C. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education

Northeastern State University
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2016 USA Muskogee Broken Arrow Tahlequah + 2 more

All Early Childhood Education majors must complete the 4 x 12 requirements. Students will complete 12 hours in 4 areas: Communication Arts, Social Sciences, Math, and Science. In each course of the 4 x 12, students must receive a grade of “C” or better. [+]

Bachelors in Education. Smart Choice is a model program developed by Northeastern State University. The unique blended-color logo and the Smart Choice slogan represent commitment on the part of NSU and participating two-year colleges to help students make a seamless transition from earning an associate’s degree to attaining a four-year degree in the program of their choice. Students wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education must meet the following requirements: Student will have completed a minimum 45 hours and have a 2.75 overall Grade Point Average; ALL potential teacher education majors must show verification that they have taken, or are registered to take, the Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) when they begin classes in NSU’s Professional Education sequence. Students may complete either an Associate of Science or Arts Degree. Within their Associate’s degree, students should complete the required prerequisites for their major. All Early Childhood Education majors must complete the 4 x 12 requirements. Students will complete 12 hours in 4 areas: Communication Arts, Social Sciences, Math, and Science. In each course of the 4 x 12, students must receive a grade of “C” or better. Course Sequence Communication Arts (12 hours required) ENGL 1113 Freshmen Composition I ENGL 1213 Freshmen Composition II SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech Communication 3 hours Course in English, Literature, or Speech Social Sciences (12 hours required) PSY 1113 General Psychology HIST 2483 American History 1492 - 1865 or HIST 2493 American History 1865 - Present POS 1113 American Federal Government and Politics 3 hours Course in Geography, History, Social Sciences, Political Science, or Psychology Mathematics (12 hours required) MATH 1513 College Algebra or MATH 1413 College Algebra 9 hours Will be completed in the major requirements Science (12 hours required) GPS 1214 General Physical Science BIO 1214 General Biology SCI 4 hours Will be completed in major requirements *GPS 1214 or BIO 1214 must contain a lab experience. All courses require a grade of "C" or better. Zero level courses will not be accepted to fulfill 4 x 12 requirements. Language other than English (3 hours required) All Education majors are required to complete a three hour course in a language other than English. Semester 1 - Fall Semester EDUC 3113 Educational Psychology EDUC 3313 Clinical Teaching (Internship Required) READ 4023 Reading & Language Dev. Of Young Child SPED 4433 Intro to Education of Exceptional Children ECED 4113 Creative Expression for EC ECED 4313 Dev of EC Programs Semester 2 - Spring Semester READ 4043 Content Literacy K-8 ECED 4213 Cognitive Development of Young Children SCI 4214 Science in the Elementary School ELED 4323 Language Arts in the Elementary School Semester 3 - Fall Semester READ 4063 Intro. Reading and Writing Assessment ECED 4513 Organization and Implementations of Early Childhood EDUC 4032 Pre Internship (requires (4) on-campus seminars) EDUC 4832 Technology in Education Semester 4 - Spring Semester EDUC 4054 Elementary Intern Teaching EDUC 4056 Elementary Intern Teaching EDUC 4252 Seminar EDUC 4172 Assessment/Evaluation 16 week final internship plus 6 on-campus seminars Floater Courses Required Courses (but may select semester of enrollment) PE 4232 Motor Skill Dev of Young Chilren HFS 4213 Child Guidance ECED 4813 Birth to Two Development LIBM 4023 Materials for Children MATH 3413 Modeling: Geometry and Measurement MATH 3433 Modeling: Numbers and Operations MATH 3443 Modeling: Real Numbers and Statistics [-]

Bachelor of Education

HIWASSEE COLLEGE
Campus Full time 2 - 4 years September 2016 USA Madisonville

A University Parallel Associate Degree Program contains the first two years of a typical four-year college or university program. Students enrolled in this program are those who expect to transfer to another senior institution following their graduation from Hiwassee College. [+]

We are excited you are thinking about becoming part of the Hiwassee community! We are here to help you with anything and everything you need. We would love to answer any questions you may have about the College from academics to affordability and beyond. Our campus has grown from a mere seven acres to a larger campus, comprised of eighteen buildings situated on 400 acres. A University Parallel Associate Degree Program contains the first two years of a typical four-year college or university program. Students enrolled in this program are those who expect to transfer to another senior institution following their graduation from Hiwassee College. The Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree is awarded. The faculty and staff of Hiwassee College work closely with our students and with neighbouring colleges and universities to ensure smooth and accurate transfer of credits. The College maintains course-bycourse transfer equivalency tables with many four-year colleges and universities to ease transfer and to help the student and his/her adviser with academic program development. In consultation with advisers, students may design an individual program of study to suit their goals and interests in areas such as Allied Health, Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Music, Science, and Pre-Professional. The University Parallel Associate Degree Program offered by the College can be modified in order to better meet the needs of the student and to accommodate the requirements of the senior institution to which the student expects to transfer. However, in making any modifications in a curriculum, the student must be sure to complete all General Education courses required for graduation. EDUCATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 1010 - Foundations of Education A study of the influence of historical, philosophical, political, and sociological factors on the development of American education. Analysis of contemporary educational theory and practice and the role of the school in American society. Emphasis on curriculum, standards, assessment, learning theory, school governance and finance, professionalism, and research in current issues. Students complete a 20-hourfield experience in the public schools, maintaining an observation journal as part of their Teaching Portfolio. Three hours credit. Fall. 1200, 1210, 1220, 1230, 2500, 2510, 2520, 2530 - Reading Tutor Practicum (Also listed as English 1200, 1210, 1220, 1230, 2500, 2510, 2520, 2530) Students participate in a 5-week reading program at the Boys and Girls Club of Monroe County with fifteen hours of contact time in preparation and tutoring. Students keep a journal for reviewing their experiences and considering the application of concepts of reading theory. One hour credit each semester. Students may take no more than two practicums per semester and may apply a maximum of eight (8) hours practicum credit toward graduation. 2210 - Educational Psychology (Also listed as Psychology 2210) A study of human behavior and learning treated in the context of education processes. The nature of various mental characteristics such as intelligence, interest, knowledge, measurement, appraisal, and their significance for educational goals. Elementary descriptive and inferential statistics. Prerequisite: Psychology 1110-1120. Three hours credit. Spring. 2310 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education An introductory course in early childhood development and education, the purpose of which is to present, describe, and apply major concepts and principles related to the field of early childhood education. Observations in various child care settings are an integral part of the course. Three hours credit. Offered as needed. 3440 - Computer Applications in Education (Also listed as CIS 3440) An examination of the specific ways computer technology contributes to the quality of the educational environment, including a review of educational and productivity software and Internet resources, as well as an overview of computer operating systems, hardware, and maintenance. Three hours credit. Real Life. Hiwassee College is a place where learning comes in the classroom, but more importantly it comes from real-world experience. You may be surprised how little you see the desk in front of you. Learning is more than hands-on. It’s real life. Adventure. With every corner you turn, you will find adventure. Athletics your thing? We’ve got almost every sport available and are always looking for talented new athletes. More the outdoorsy type? Here, you may find yourself rafting down a river of rapids, hiking a challenging trail, or simply taking in the majesty of the beautiful countryside. The following list of colleges and universities have verified that they will accept Hiwassee College’s credits either as direct transfer or case-by-case basis. This is not an exhaustive list, but it is an excellent set of options for students who are earning dual enrollment credits. Brevard College Bryan College Carson-Newman University Christian Brothers University Clemson University Cumberland University East Tennessee State Univeristy Emory & Henry College Iowa Central Community College Kentucky State University Lincoln Memorial University Maryville College Milligan College Samford University St. Petersburg College Tennessee Technological University Tennessee Wesleyan College Trevecca Nazarene University Trine University Tusculum College University of the Cumberlands University of Tennessee-Chattanooga University of Tennessee-Knoxville [-]

Bachelor of Teaching (Birth to Five Years)

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In this degree you will study how children learn, play and develop, along with the skills to manage and lead early childhood settings. Students... [+]

Bachelor of Teaching (Birth to Five Years)

Specialist early childhood teachers work with children, families and communities to provide quality educational experiences for young children. Early childhood teachers are also sought for consultancy and professional development work in children’s services.In this degree you will study how children learn, play and develop, along with the skills to manage and lead early childhood settings.Students who hold a Diploma of Children's Services receive credit for previous studies which would enable completion in 2-2.5 years.In order to be recognised as a four year qualified teacher with the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA), you will be required to complete a further year of study in the Graduate Diploma of Advanced Studies in Early Childhood.... [-]


Outdoor Leadership and Education

Toccoa Falls College
Campus Full time 126 hours September 2016 USA Toccoa Falls

Outdoor Leadership and Education major equips future servant leaders with knowledge, skill, and character pertinent to disciple-making in the context of camping and outdoor settings, from a biblical world view for kingdom service. A foundation of Christian education accompanies the specialization in outdoor leadership. [+]

Outdoor Leadership and Education major equips future servant leaders with knowledge, skill, and character pertinent to disciple-making in the context of camping and outdoor settings, from a biblical world view for kingdom service. A foundation of Christian education accompanies the specialization in outdoor leadership. The program trains students through courses such as foundations for outdoor education, wilderness emergency response, environmental education, and advanced spiritual formation. Various courses on camps, rock climbing, and adventure-based education are available, in addition to an outdoor leadership internship with first-hand experience under a professional mentor. GENERAL EDUCATION – 69 hours BIBLE & THEOLOGY – 30 hours BIB 213 Hermeneutics BSF 103 Foundations for Spiritual Formation NTE 103 Introduction to the New Testament NTE ___ New Testament Elective OTE 103 Introduction to the Old Testament OTE ___ Old Testament Elective SYT 303 Introduction to Theology 3 hours Theology Elective from SYT or THE 6 hours of Bible/Theology Electives from any BIB, BMI, GRK 333, 343, HEB 223, 333, 343, NTE, OTE, SYT,or THE HUMANITIES – 15 hours COM 113 Introduction to Communication ENG 113 Freshman Composition I ENG 123 Freshman Composition II HUM 103 Western Thought & Culture 3 hours Literature Elective from AML or ENG SOCIAL SCIENCES – 15 hours PSY 113 General Psychology PSY 243 Developmental Psychology 3 hours 100-, 200- or 300-level History Elective 6 hours Social Science Electives from ANT, CSG 113, ECO, GHY, POL, or SOC COMPUTER, SCIENCE, & MATHEMATICS – 9 hours One Science course from BIO 423 or SCI 243 3 hours Mathematics Elective 3 hours Elective from any computer, science, or mathematics MAJOR – 42 hours CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CORE – 9 hours CED 113 Foundations for Christian Ministries CED 453 Leadership Formation CED 463 Spiritual Formation SPECIALIZATION – 33 hours OLE 103 Foundations for Outdoor Leadership & Education OLE 203 Wilderness First Responder OLE 213 Camp Programming & Leadership OLE 223 Backcountry Education OLE 233 Rivers & Rocks: Hard Skills OLE 313 Adventure-based Education OLE 323 Environmental Education OLE 343 Expedition Module OLE 433 Outdoor Program Management OLE 463 Seminar in Outdoor Leadership & Education OLE 473 Outdoor Leadership and Education Internship MINOR or OPEN ELECTIVES – 15 hours TOTAL = 126 hours [-]

Bachelor of Education

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2016 USA Rutherford Lodi + 1 more

Complete six field internships before you student teach (each 10 weeks or 12 weeks) totaling 360 hours in real classrooms. In each of these six semesters, you will spend one full day each week (Tuesday) in your internship school. [+]

Bachelors in Education. Programs* Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (K-6) Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Childhood (P-3) Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (K-6) and Content Area Specialization (5-8) Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education (K-6) and Teacher of Students with Disabilities Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Language Arts Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Mathematics Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Biology Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Earth Science Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Social Studies Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Visual Arts Bachelor of Arts in K-12 Music *All School of Education undergraduate students must additionally fulfill the requirements of a co-major in language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art or music. Points of Interest Complete six field internships before you student teach (each 10 weeks or 12 weeks) totaling 360 hours in real classrooms. In each of these six semesters, you will spend one full day each week (Tuesday) in your internship school: Freshman Year - Catholic school placement Sophomore Year - Special Education placement (one semester) and an urban placement (one semester) Junior & Senior Years - Placements at the level/area of your chosen specialization Students are involved with tutoring in local schools, some as volunteers and some receive work/study funding. Praxis review sessions are held each semester to help students prepare for these challenging exams, which lead to teaching certification. An eight-week online Praxis prep course is also required. Several students have been named as New Jersey Distinguished Student Teachers, most recently, one student in June 2012, one student in June 2013, and one student in June 2014. Very active Teacher Education Club sponsors several service activities each semester that benefit the University and/or the local community. Award-winning chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, which sponsors professional development activities each semester that benefit the University, the School of Education, and/or the local community. The local chapter is a supporter of the KDP National Literacy Alive initiative. Career Opportunities With a Bachelor of Arts in Education (elementary or secondary) you may pursue a career as: A regular K-12 classroom teacher in the grades that you are certified to teach A special education teacher of a self-contained, inclusive, or resource room based on the provisions of your elementary or secondary certification A private tutor A consultant A speaker on educational issues An education trainer for a corporation Education Faculty Experience Full-time faculty members of the School of Education have doctorates and/or extensive experience in their areas of expertise. These areas include: Chief School Administrator, Superintendent of Schools Principal Supervisor Student Personnel Services/Special Education Teacher of Students with Disabilities K-12 Reading/Literacy Specialist Teacher of English as a Second Language K-6 Elementary Teacher K-12 Teacher of Music Pre-K – 3 Early Childhood Teacher K-12 Teacher of Social Studies [-]