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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 - Physical education

Campus Full time 4 years September 2015 Jamaica Kingston

The Department of Physical Education offers individuals the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree in Physical Education and Sports. [+]

Bachelor Programs in Education. The Department of Physical Education offers individuals the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree in Physical Education and Sports. The duration of the programme is four (4) years. It includes 60 credits for the full time students. Students who specialize are expected to cover the following courses which are 3 credits except for practicum which is 6 credits: Biomechanics Reflecting Planning and Teaching Dance Education Sports Administration and Organization Sports Psychology Practicum Students who access the programme with a teaching diploma are required to do 21 credits (including core courses). The specialized courses are: Theory and Practice of Basketball Biomechanics Sports Psychology Fundamentals of Dance One major Game All courses are 3 credits. Participants of this programme are offered the opportunities of pursuing courses in the fundamental of Movement studies, games and health and wellness. [-]

Bachelor in Arts Management

Campus Full time 4 years September 2015 Jamaica Kingston

This degree provides training for persons who wish to work in the area of arts management or administration and for persons already involved in the management and administration of arts and culture organizations. [+]

Bachelor in Arts Management

This degree provides training for persons who wish to work in the area of arts management or administration and for persons already involved in the management and administration of arts and culture organizations. It offers a distinctive combination of theory and project based courses, as well as hands on experience.

ADMISSIONS CRITERIA:

Minimum FIVE (5) CXC subjects with grades 1 to 3 (grade 3 after 1998) or minimum FIVE (5) G.C.E. ‘O’ Level with grades A to C. Be at least 17 years old at the time of admission. English Language at the CXC/G.C.E. Level (or equivalent) is compulsory for all applicants. SCHOOL OF INTERVIEW: Applicants are required to appear for an interview regarding their study objectives, commitment and financial preparedness for enrolment. ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT: Applicants whose native language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Applicants can register for the TOEFL examinations at www.ets.org/toefl. [-]

Bachelor in Elementary Education

Campus Full time 4 years August 2015 USA Oakland

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

Bachelor Programs in Education. 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 of Education (Primary Education and Disability Studies)

Campus Full time 4 years September 2015 Australia Victoria

You will have the opportunity to undertake international student exchange programs for a semester of study. Recently students have completed exchanges in... [+]

Bachelor of Education (Primary Education and Disability Studies)

Make an impact beyond the classroom.The program provides both a professional qualification in primary education and disability studies.You will develop practical skills in teaching children with disabilities and address a desperate need in the community with compassion and understanding.

Career outlook

Graduates work in educational and community services settings. These settings include primary schools, special schools, special developmental schools, private enterprise, government agencies and community service organisations. Through further study, graduates can enter other careers, including social work or youth work.Graduates will be eligible for registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching in primary teaching and special education and are eligible for professional employment in the disability sector.Internationally, there is a lack of disability specialised teachers. You may find employment in developing countries such as India and China.... [-]


Bachelor of Outdoor Education

Campus Full time 3 years March 2016 Australia Bendigo

Choose from three major areas of study designed to prepare you for a range of exciting careers in outdoor education, environmental sustainability or nature tourism. [+]

Bachelor Programs in Education. Bachelor of Outdoor Education (074699C) Course description Choose from three major areas of study designed to prepare you for a range of exciting careers in outdoor education, environmental sustainability or nature tourism. You can tailor your course to suit your career aspirations by choosing to focus on practical or theoretical studies of the environment. The Outdoor Education major prepares you for careers in adventure guiding, environmental education and other related outdoor education fields. Our Environmental Sustainability Education major covers natural history, environmental studies, and social and cultural aspects of the environment. This leads to careers as educators with outdoor education and environmental education providers and local government agencies. The Nature Tourism major involves the study of environmental interpretation, land management and the practice of nature guiding, preparing you for roles in national parks, zoos, botanical gardens and private nature tourism operations. English Language Requirements IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with no individual band score less than 6.0; TOEFL Paper-based Test - a minimum overall score of 550 with a score of 5 or more in the Test of Written English; TOEFL Internet-based Test - a minimum overall score of 60 with a minimum for SLR 18; W 22; Satisfactory completion of the English for Further Studies Advanced Stage 5B (EFS5 UG minimum 60 per cent) which is available from La Trobe Melbourne; La Trobe Melbourne Foundation Studies: 60 per cent final result in a course; English as the language of instruction in tertiary studies may be accepted. Please note: English as the language of instruction in previous study will not be accepted as a basis of admission (English) for courses where the approved test score requirement is above an IELTS 6.5 with no band score lower than 6.0. Pearson Test of English (Academic) (PTE): a minimum score of 57 with no communicative skill score less than 50. Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): a grade of B or higher. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): a pass grade of C or higher; Or approved international equivalent. Academic entry requirements LTM Foundation Studies - 75 Aust. Yr 12 (ATAR) 2013 (indicative only) - 82.45 International Baccalaureate - 29 GCE A Levels - 8 HKDSE - 3 x Level 4 Sri Lankan A Levels - BCC STPM - 8 MICSS (UEC) - 5 Canada Secondary School (or CPU) - 75 Norway Upper Secondary Certificate - 4 Sweden Slutbetyg - G/VG All Indian Sen SC (Best 5 Subjects) - 75 Vietnam (Year 12) - 8 Indonesia (SMA) - 7.5 GAC Cert. IV - GPA 2.6 GAO KAO If you do not meet these entry requirements you might be interested in La Trobe's Foundation Studies and Diploma Programs, which provide an alternative pathway to La Trobe's undergraduate program. Additional costs You need to allow A$1,500 - A$2,000 to purchase suitable outdoor field equipment such as a sleeping bag and wet weather gear. These items may be purchased from any supplier; they remain your property. You are encouraged to bring any camping gear you already have and to wait until you have commenced the course before buying any new gear. Additional information You will need to be aware of the physical components and location requirements of the course. If you have a disability, medical condition or any concerns that may affect potential participation in some of the practical components of the course, you are invited to discuss your options with the course coordinator. [-]

Bachelor in Health Science

Campus Full time September 2015 USA Minneapolis Rochester

All students at Augsburg College will interact at some point during their college experience with the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science. [+]

Bachelor in Health Science All students at Augsburg College will interact at some point during their college experience with the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science. Goals of the department are to provide quality experiences, preparation for the professions, and an education that leads to lifelong participation in physical activity. Both recreational participants as well as athletes will find ample opportunity for developmental activities. The physical education program prepares students for careers in physical education endeavors in the schools and in allied professions. It also provides general education in physical activity for all Augsburg students. The health education program prepares students for careers in school health education wellness, and allied professionals. This program offers a comprehensive view that examines prevention and promotion needs for individuals, schools, and the community. All students seeking teaching licensure must receive a minimum grade of 2.0 in all required courses with an HPE prefix. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Health Education Major HPE 104 – Components of Fitness Training HPE 110 – Personal and Community Health HPE 114 – Health and Safety Education HPE 115 – Chemical Dependency Education HPE 215 – Health and Exercise Psychology HPE 316 – Human Sexuality HPE 320 – School Health Curriculum HPE 357 – Measurement in Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science HPE 358 – Assessment in Health and Physical Education HPE 390 – Instructional Methods and Materials in Health Education HPE 410 – Administration and Supervision of the School Health Program HPE 450 – Current Health Issues BIO 103 – Human Anatomy and Physiology PSY 250 – Child Development or PSY 252 – Adolescent and Young Adult Development Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Health Education Minor HPE 104 – Components of Fitness Training HPE 110 – Personal and Community Health HPE 114 – Health and Safety Education HPE 115 – Chemical Dependency Education HPE 316 – Human Sexuality HPE 320 – School Health Curriculum HPE 390 – Instructional Methods and Materials in Health Education HPE 450 – Current Health Issues BIO 103 – Human Anatomy and Physiology (The Minnesota Board of Teaching does not license minors in teaching.) Teaching Licensure The Minnesota Board of Teaching has specific licensing requirements for teachers that may be subject to change after the publication of this catalog. It is the responsibility of the student to consult with the Augsburg Education Department to identify current Minnesota teacher licensure requirements. A Bachelor of Science degree is available for students seeking teacher licensure. Students must consult with a faculty advisor concerning the Augsburg Core Curriculum requirements under the Bachelor of Science option. Physical Education Major HPE 104 – Components of Fitness Training HPE 114 – Health and Safety Education HPE 115 – Chemical Dependency Education HPE 205 – Introduction to Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science HPE 220 – Motor Learning and Development HPE 254 – Introduction to Developmental/Adapted Physical Education HPE 275 – Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries HPE 324 – K-6 PE Games and Activities HPE 334 – 7-12 Sport Skills and Activities HPE 335 – Outdoor Education HPE 340 – Organization and Administration of Physical Education Programs HPE 350 – Kinesiology HPE 351 – Physiology of Exercise HPE 357 – Measurement in Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science HPE 358 – Assessment in Health and Physical Education HPE 473 – Physical Education Curriculum BIO 103 – Human Anatomy and Physiology Graduation Skills Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major. Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills. Physical Education Minor HPE 104 – Components of Fitness Training HPE 115 – Chemical Dependency Education HPE 205 – Introduction to Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science HPE 324 – K-6 PE Games and Activities HPE 334 – 7-12 Sport Skills and Activities HPE 351 – Physiology of Exercise (The Minnesota Board of Teaching does not license minors in teaching.) Coaching Certification The Minnesota Board of Teaching does not require coaching certification. The following courses are recommended for those interested in coaching in Minnesota public schools: HPE 114 – Safety Education HPE 275 – Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries HPE 280 – Coaching Theory The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) requires all head varsity coaches of interscholastic sports to complete a coaching effectiveness program offered through the MSHSL. Teaching Licensure The Minnesota Board of Teaching has specific licensing requirements for teachers that may be subject to change after the publication of this catalog. It is the responsibility of the student to consult with the Augsburg Education Department to identify current Minnesota teacher licensure requirements. A Bachelor of Science degree is available for students seeking teacher licensure. Students must consult with a faculty advisor concerning the Augsburg Core Curriculum requirements under the Bachelor of Science option. [-]

Bachelor in Communication Arts Education

Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2015 USA Tulsa

Communication Arts Education majors are preparing to teach middle and high school students by exploring drama, media, speech and debate along with educational methods and have access to the Education Technology Lab at ORU's NCATE accredited College of Education. [+]

Communication arts education majors are preparing to teach middle and high school students by studying educational methods and a variety of subjects such as drama, media, speech and debate. In addition, CAE students have access to to the Education Technology Lab at ORU's NCATE accredited College of Education.

An ORU communication arts education major will have opportunities to experience

- Improvisational and sketch acting - Designing and building sets - Designing and sewing costumes - Auditioning - Casting and directing a play - Producing for television - Debating, dramatic reading and tournament judging - Speech writing and delivery - Dance - Developing educational aids via technology - Methods for teaching exceptional students - Methods for teaching those for whom English is a second language - Methods for managing a classroom - Observing, working and networking at five local schools ... [-]


Bachelor of Music Education

Campus Full time September 2015 USA Chicago

If you love music and dream of a career where you can inspire others to share your passion, a degree in music education will get you started down the right path. You’ll guide your students toward a love of music, helping them gain confidence and expand their imaginations—things they’ll use no matter what future career they pursue. Music educators work in public and private schools, at all grade levels, as well as at community organizations... [+]

Bachelor of Music Education If you love music and dream of a career where you can inspire others to share your passion, a degree in music education will get you started down the right path. You’ll guide your students toward a love of music, helping them gain confidence and expand their imaginations—things they’ll use no matter what future career they pursue. Music educators work in public and private schools, at all grade levels, as well as at community organizations, camps, churches, and as private instructors. Why North Park? Become an excellent teacher while honing your own musical talent through North Park’s music and education programs. You’ll receive the essential training you'll need in both disciplines from faculty who will mentor you as you reach your own academic and professional goals. Advisors from both the School of Music and the School of Education will work with you to pick the best ensembles for your talent and match you with classroom experiences best suited for your goals. When you graduate, you’ll be certified to teach music to students in grades kindergarten through twelve. Careers In Music Education Elementary music specialist Middle/high school vocal director Middle/high school band director Middle/high school orchestra director Professional musician Church musician Private music teacher Performance Opportunities As a member of one of North Park’s signature ensembles you’ll perform throughout the year on- and off-campus. Special annual events include the Festival of Lessons and Carols, Chamber Music Showcase Competition, and Opera/Oratorio. Classroom Experience North Park’s music education program utilizes the resources of all our education degrees to get you into real classrooms early and eases your transition from observer to student teacher. Here’s the progression: Targeted observations as part of the methods course Teacher Aiding: observe and assist teacher/students (50+ hours) Mini-Teaching: prepare and teach one lesson each day (7 weeks) Student Teaching: full-time teaching (10–16 weeks) Choose a Teaching Specialization As a music education major, you'll take courses to prepare you to teach in all settings—choral, instrumental, and general. Based your own primary instrument or voice, you'll also select an area of teaching specialization, either instrumental or voice/piano, although your certification will be comprehensive. All music education options carry the same number of credit and teaching experience requirements for graduation and certification/licensure. Community Partnerships The School of Music partners with the People’s Music School, a Chicago organization offering free music education to children, on the YOURS Project, a program that provides free orchestral after-school music education. North Park students spend time teaching music at nearby public schools, gaining valuable experience and mentoring young musicians. Certificate in Music for Social Change This new undergraduate certificate is the first of its kind in the nation, providing preparation for North Park music majors to teach through the El Sistema-inspired philosophy of music instruction. This certificate evolved from an ongoing collaboration with The People's Music School, and is available in conjunction with any music degree program. Program Requirements 59 hours of major coursework 35 hours of education coursework 40 Core Curriculum credits [-]

Bachelor of Teaching (Birth to Five Years)

Campus Full time 3 years September 2015 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.... [-]


Bachelor of Education

Campus Full time Part time September 2015 South Africa Pretoria

Aros’ educational degree programmes</strong> are aimed at providing students with a substantial theoretical basis, while combining valuable practical experience with theory. [+]

[Afrikaans: Baccalaureusgraad in Grondslagfase Onderwys] (Gr 0-3) enables students to understand the principles of education (specifically up to this phase) and to apply these principles in actual practice. Aros’ educational degree programmes are aimed at providing students with a substantial theoretical basis, while combining valuable practical experience with theory. The various specialisations within the curriculum focus on literacy, numeracy and life skills. The graduation level for the qualification is NKR level 7 (510 credits) and enables graduates to teach in private and public schools (SAQA qualification no 86167). [-]

Bachelor in Health Education: Teacher Certification

Campus Full time September 2015 USA Birmingham

You must be admitted to the <strong>UAB Teacher Education Program (TEP)</strong> in order to become a teacher. [+]

Bachelor Programs in Education. You must be admitted to the UAB Teacher Education Program (TEP) in order to become a teacher. The UAB TEP includes undergraduate programs that lead to Class B certification in the following areas: - Early Childhood/Elementary Education - Kinesiology (formerly Physical Education) - Middle School Education - Middle School Mathematics - Music Education - Vocal/Choral, Instrumental - Secondary Education - Biology, Chemistry, English Language Arts, General Science, General Social Science, History, Mathematics, Physics - Visual Arts All programs within UAB's Teacher Education Program (TEP) are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and approved by the Alabama State Board of Education. You must be admitted to the UAB Teacher Education Program (TEP) in order to become a teacher. Students are allowed only two attempts to apply to a program. The application withdrawal deadline is one week after the application deadline for the Teacher Education Program. [-]

Bachelor of Education (Primary Teaching) (BEDP)

Campus or Online Full time Part time 4 - 8 years September 2015 Australia Northern Territory + 1 more

This course prepares students to be teachers in primary schools (Transition to Year 7). It meets both national and local need for teachers of exemplary practice committed to enhancing educational [+]

Bachelor of Education (Primary Teaching) (BEDP)

This course prepares students to be teachers in primary schools (Transition to Year 7). It meets both national and local need for teachers of exemplary practice committed to enhancing educational outcomes for all children and young adults. It emphasises improving the teaching-learning relationship in the classroom, raising awareness of issues surrounding Indigenous education and developing an informed, evidence-based approach to learning and teaching in primary settings. The course comprises discipline-specific curriculum and pedagogical studies, general education studies and professional experience.

The course is both theoretical and practical, providing a sound knowledge base in the core content areas of the school curriculum, knowledge of contemporary approaches to issues in education such as inclusivity, child and adolescent development and promoting positive behaviour, and extensive experience in school settings.... [-]


Bachelor of Education in Primary Education (B.Ed)

Campus Full time Part time 2 - 4 years September 2015 Jamaica Kingston + 1 more

The Bachelor of Education (BEd.) Primary is a programme designed for teachers who wish to sharpen their teaching competencies in the area of primary education. The programme offers the flexibility of both full- time and part time studies and emphasizes the methodological aspects of the related subject areas which seek to bolster the years of experience garnered by classroom teachers... [+]

Bachelor Programs in Education. Bachelor of Education in Primary Education (B.Ed) The Bachelor of Education (BEd.) Primary is a programme designed for teachers who wish to sharpen their teaching competencies in the area of primary education. The programme offers the flexibility of both full- time and part time studies and emphasizes the methodological aspects of the related subject areas which seek to bolster the years of experience garnered by classroom teachers. Key Facts 2 year completion: For persons with a recognised diploma or associate degree in the discipline – (60 credits minimum) 4 year full time/Part time: For all other candidates – (120credits minimum) Core Courses Childrens Literature Communication Skills Religious Studies Fundamentals of Guidance and Counselling Information Technology Mathematics English Usage Early Childhood Education General Science Spanish Instructional Technology Testing and Measurement Introduction to Psychology Principles of Teaching and Learning Effective Behaviour Management Visual Arts Philosophy of Education Curriculum Development Entry Requirements Persons with five (5) CSEC or GCE subjects, including English and Mathematics may gain entry to the full Bachelors degree. Career Opportunities Primary Education Teacher Ministry of Education worker Guidance Counsellor Lecturer Scholarships are available [-]

Bachelor in Education

Campus Full time 4 years September 2015 USA Stockton

To teach in California elementary schools, you need at least a bachelor's degree and a teaching credential. We offer you options for earning both. [+]

Bachelor in Education To teach in California elementary schools, you need at least a bachelor's degree and a teaching credential. We offer you options for earning both. More importantly, we make sure that you are ready to take on all of the opportunities and challenges that come with the exciting profession of teaching. Undergraduates interested in teaching in middle or high school can earn a teaching credential while pursuing their bachelor's degree in a field of their choice. We work with major advisors in the College of the Pacific to make sure you are on track to earn your bachelor's degree and teaching credential as an undergraduate. Through your program you'll participate in courses and apprentice as a teacher in our partner public schools. Your experience in the schools will follow and support your development as a teacher. You'll begin by observing credentialed teachers in their classrooms before you proceed to tutoring, working one-on-one with students and in small groups. Finally, you'll be teaching entire classes yourself. We're there with you in these classes, serving as your guides and mentors. It's a supportive and proven approach that provides aspiring teachers the experience they need to excel in the classroom. Teaching Professions Minor This minor is designed for undergraduates who are not pursuing the multiple subject credential. If you are interesed in exploring teaching at the middle or high school level or careers related to education, the minor will provide you with the foundation for teaching in a variety of settings. These skills can also be applied in the private and public sectors while you continue to build strong subject matter knowledge in your major. Transfer Students Interested in Single Subject Teaching Transfer students interested in teaching middle or high school can earn their bachelor's degree and single subject credential concurrently. Please make an appointment with the single subject coordinator before your first semester at Pacific. Master's and Post-Baccalaureate Credential Options for the Elementary and Secondary Credentials Many students in the four-year program decide to add two more semesters to their time at Pacific and earn both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree. This option provides even greater flexibility to your undergraduate program, and graduates find that a master's degree provides them with many professional advantages. Maybe you have decided to become a teacher after earning a bachelor's degree in a non-education field. Our post-baccalaureate credential/ master's program is perfect for you. In just 12-18 months, you'll gain the knowledge and skills needed to be an outstanding teacher. Elementary Education/Multiple Subject - (Grades K-8) About the Degree This degree is for undergraduates wanting to teach elementary or middle school or become a special education teacher. Our Unique Four Year Program Most programs in the state, automatically, require a fifth year of study to become a teacher. Pacific's unique program provides you with a pathway to earn your bechelor's degree and credential in just four years. Working with your advisor, you'll find that you can meet all of your general education requirements, earn your teaching credential and even have room for electives without a fifth year of study. Student Teaching Through your program you'll participate in courses and apprentice as a teacher in our partner public schools. Your experience in the schools will follow and support your development as a teacher. You'll begin by observing credentialed teachers in their classrooms before you proceed to tutoring, working one-on-one with students and in small groups. Finally, you'll be teaching entire classes yourself. We're there with you in these classes, serving as your guides and mentors. It's a supportive and proven approach that provides aspiring teachers the experience they need to excel in the classroom. Secondary Education/Single Subject (Grades 7-12) The Single Subject Credential Our program is the perfect place to move beyond the fundamentals of a subject and develop your skills as a teacher. Throughout the program you will participate in courses and apprentice teaching in our partner schools. Your experience in these schools will closely follow your development as a teacher. Prospective teachers who plan to teach at the secondary level, grades 7 - 12, earn the Single Subject credential. The Single Subject credentials in Music and Physical Education allow prospective teachers to teach these subjects in grades K - 12. Pacific's Single Subject Credential program offers the Single Subject Preliminary Teaching Credential in the following subjects: Art English Mathematics Music Physical Education Social Science Spanish In addition, prospective teachers may opt to earn one of two Foundational-Level Single Subject Credentials: The Single Subject Credential in Foundational-Level Mathematics authorizes credential-holders to teach all mathematics courses up to and including Algebra II. The Single Subject Credential in Foundational-Level General Science authorizes credential-holders to teach general, introductory, and integrated science (integrated science through Grade 8 only). Earn a Degree and Credential in One Year. Prospective students who are currently undergraduates or who already hold a bachelor's degree can select one of several pathways in which to complete a single subject credential. Flexible course schedule options are designed to meet students' varying needs, with options for full-time students as well as working professionals, who can complete the program in 12 months. Multiple Subject (Elementary Education) Credential The Multiple Subject (Elementary Education) Credential Our students don't just learn to teach-they actually become teachers well before they graduate. Through your program you'll particpate in courses and apprentice as a teacher in our partner public schools. Your experience in the schools will follow and support your development as a teacher. You'll begin by observing credentialed teachers in their classrooms before you proceed to tutoring, working one-on-one with students and in small groups. Finally, you'll be teaching entire classes yourself. We're there with you in these classes, serving as your guides and mentors. It's a supportive and proven approach that provides aspiring teachers the experience they need to excel in the classroom. B.A.L.S. Pedagogy Major (for International Students) About the Degree This program is designed for undergraduate international students. The Pedagogy Major and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree program is an undergraduate program for international students who wish to become teachers of English as a Second Language or English as a Foreign Language. Degree Requirements General Education Courses: Completion of the University’s General Education program (30 units). The student must complete the Pacific Seminar I, Pacific Seminar II, and Pacific Seminar III (in 2007/2008, Curr 195A) courses and courses in the Liberal Learning Paths. Specific requirements are available upon request, or please refer to the d University of the Pacific Catalog. English Language Proficiency: Development of English language proficiency through English language courses at the intermediate or advanced ESL levels, or by passage of proficiency examinations upon entrance. Professional Education Courses: Completion of prerequisite courses in teacher education, a tests and measurements course, and courses either in the Multiple Subject (elementary) or Single Subject (high school) teacher education program, and a required technology course. (Minimum of 24 units) Elective Course in Education: An elective course in education, such as a second technology course, a course in counseling, or a course in exceptional children. Concentration Area, with completion of 24 units in one of the following: Second Language Pedagogy (for teaching English as a second or foreign language. Includes course in language structure, language development, and second language acquisition.) Language and Cultural Pedagogy (emphasis on English literature, English language, composition and United States culture) Technical Pedagogy, for teaching sciences, mathematics, computer science, educational technology health and physical education Special Education Pedagogy, for teaching students with exceptional learning needs (similar to Special Education) Education Specialist Credential: Mild/Moderate Level I or II or Moderate/Severe Level I or II Start a Career that Touches Lives. As a Special Education teacher, you help students move beyond the "disabled" label and grow to meet their true potential. Special Education requires creativity, patience, tolerance and flexibility. You will, after all, work with students who possess a wide range of needs and abilities. The rewards, however, are unrivaled: every day you spend working with a young person will be a day spent improving their lives. We have a Credential Program that Meets Your Needs. We offer four different Special Education credential programs designed to meet the career goals of under graduates, individuals who already possess bachelor's degrees, current elementary and secondary school teachers and special education teachers seeking a higher level of credentialing. Our credential programs include: Level I Education specialist in Mild/Moderate Disabilities Level I Education Specialist in Moderate/Severe Disabilities Level II Education Specialist in Mild/Moderate Disabilities Level II Education Specialist in Moderate/Severe Disabilities [-]

Bachelor in Education

Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2015 Denmark Haderslev

You will be authorized as a teacher for primary and lower secondary levels in three subjects. You will receive high quality theoretical instruction, and... [+]

Bachelor in Education

 

You will be authorized as a teacher for primary and lower secondary levels in three subjects. You will receive high quality theoretical instruction, and you will have 24 weeks of supervised school experience during your studies.The first year the language of instruction is English or German, according to your choice. You will be integrated in a class of Danish students wanting to become teachers of English or German as a foreign language. Alongside you will receive intensive training in the Danish language. If you live in or move to Denmark, this course is free.From the second year and onwards you will follow the usual syllabus in Danish. If your first subject is German you may choose either mathematics or science or English as your second subject. In the last year you are free to choose your third subject among a wide range of possibilities, e.g. art, music, biology, special needs, home economics or sports. The academic year runs from Mid-August to December (autumn semester) and from Mid-January to Mid-May (spring semester). Exams take place in June.... [-]