Bachelor's Degree in Education in North America

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

A Bachelor of Education is an undergraduate academic degree which prepares students for work as a teacher in schools.This program of study will allow you to develop the skills and knowledge for a career in two teaching areas at secondary level.

The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It is the third largest country by size in the world. It has a relatively short history compared to other world nations, has one of the world's largest economies, and has one of the world's most diverse populations.

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Bachelor in Science Education

Oral Roberts University
Campus Full time 8 semesters September 2017 USA Tulsa

Accordingly, the science education major will participate in a variety of classes in biology, ecology, chemistry, human anatomy, physiology and physics as well as professional educational courses and seminars. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. The science education major at ORU is offered in cooperation with the ORU College of Education. Students participate in both science and education courses that provide the preparation for entry into the education profession at the middle school or high school level. The College of Education emphasizes the fact that there is no substitute for thorough preparation in the subject matter. Each specialized subject area teacher must complete a major as presented by the respective content area department. Accordingly, the science education major will participate in a variety of classes in biology, ecology, chemistry, human anatomy, physiology and physics as well as professional educational courses and seminars. Instruction in the science education major meets the State of Oklahoma specific requirements for certification in biology, chemistry, physics and general or physical science. Students seeking licensure to teach at the secondary levels have two options: completion of the science education major, which leads to standard certification or completion of any other major in the biology, chemistry or engineering/physics departments which can lead to alternative certification. Outcomes With a science education major careers are possible in: - Secondary teaching 7-12 - Research - Training and development [-]

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

Lane Community College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Eugene

For students whose career goal is to teach children from birth to pre-kindergarten age in childcare centers and in-home settings, Lane Community College offers a two year, Early Childhood Education Associate of Applied Science Degree as well as a one year, ECE Certificate. [+]

For students whose career goal is to teach children from birth to pre-kindergarten age in childcare centers and in-home settings, Lane Community College offers a two year, Early Childhood Education Associate of Applied Science Degree as well as a one year, ECE Certificate. Extended educational opportunities include: Class related to state-mandated training for individuals already working in the field; Parenting skills classes; General Interest Classes Skill building outside of seeking a degree [-]

Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education

University of South Florida Sarasota–Manatee
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Sarasota

With an Elementary Education degree from USF Sarasota-Manatee, undergraduate students are prepared to meet the needs of diverse student learners through arts integration instructional strategies and English as a Second Language (ESOL) Endorsement. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela Program Overview With an Elementary Education degree from USF Sarasota-Manatee, undergraduate students are prepared to meet the needs of diverse student learners through arts integration instructional strategies and English as a Second Language (ESOL) Endorsement. The Elementary Education Program is a nationally and regionally-accredited program with a curriculum that is current, research-based, and follows national requirements, state standards and best practices. USFSM’s smaller class sizes allow teacher candidates to receive a superior education from faculty, providing comprehensive training and expertise through the most relevant research and innovative teaching methods. An Elementary Education degree from USFSM will equip students with unique and applicable skills that are widely recognized within the field. The School of Education’s Center for Partnerships for Arts-Integrated Teaching (PAInT) is now the state’s official resource for arts-integrated instruction, a teaching method in which the arts are woven into academic lessons to help students understand and retain academic material. Is the Elementary Education Program Right for You? Do you love collaborating with others? Are you inspired by working with children and are committed to their success? Do you feel passionate about guiding and mentoring young minds? If so, a career in Elementary Education may be the right career path for you! Teachers are motivated to learn, lead and inspire future generations in addition to transforming the educational field. They feel committed to cultivating the success of younger generations and value life-long learning, collaboration and reflection as important components of both professional and personal growth. Teachers are devoted to caring for and molding young students into successful future leaders. Future Careers Elementary school teachers are always in high demand for both public and private school districts. Upon graduation from this program, students are eligible for Florida’s Professional Teaching Certificate in K-6 Elementary Education Instruction and ESOL Endorsement. [-]

Bachelor of Education

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 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. [+]

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 [-]

Bachelor Of Secondary Education

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time 24 months September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis + 1 more

The Bachelor of secondary form of education professionals, skilled and educated, able to teach two cycles of secondary school, or the disciplines of the chosen path. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. The Bachelor of secondary form of education professionals, skilled and educated, able to teach two cycles of secondary school, or the disciplines of the chosen path: French; mathematical; science and technology; Social Sciences; personal development; music. paths Didactics (art of teaching a particular discipline), integrated with each traverse, provides tools to teach effectively, and better intervene and support the teacher in the prevention of learning difficulties. The courses cover psychology, learning, managing a class group, assessment of student learning and school and social adaptation. The disciplinary training is done in turn by profile. Bachelor of secondary education, French profile Literature (Quebec and French), linguistics, grammar, syntax, etc. Bachelor of Secondary Education, Mathematics profile Algebra, geometry, statistics, probability, computing, history of mathematics, etc. Bachelor of Secondary Education, Science and Technology Profile Biology, chemistry, physics, geography, engineering, computer science, etc. Bachelor of Secondary Education, Social Sciences profile History, geography, citizenship education, contemporary world. Bachelor of Secondary Education, Profile Personal Development History and citizenship education, ethics and religious culture. Bachelor of Secondary Education, Music profile music training offered in partnership with the Conservatory of Music in Rimouski piano, harpsichord, organ, guitar, saxophone and orchestra instruments. What is teaching in high school? Teach high, is walking with the students in their learning and share their findings. It is also stimulating in pursuing their studies during this period of life marked by the birth of multiple interests and the questioning of personal and professional choices. To get there, the teacher mastery of communication to attract the interest of his students. It is autonomous in the preparation of its teaching-learning activities and adapt its strategies according to the different skills and abilities of students in order to achieve specific educational goals. The teacher puts the student at the heart of its concerns to cultivate intellectual curiosity, autonomy and desire to learn. He plays the role of guide in the development of knowledge and skills of the student, but also personal development and social values. The teacher remains present, listening to teenagers, to inspire them to go further in achieving their plans and dreams. Internships The Bachelor of Secondary Education has four school placements, each a year. Over 720 hours of training are carried out in schools. Authorized Internship places are the school boards of five administrative regions: Bas-Saint-Laurent North Coast Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine Chaudière-Appalaches Capitale-Nationale It is possible to do an internship in the administrative region of Montreal provided there is a group of trainees. The University determines the internship sites taking into account the place of origin and preferences of the student. It is possible to make the long course (fourth year) in other regions of Quebec under certain conditions. Teaching diploma A permanent teaching certificate (legal authorization to teach) is issued to those who successfully complete the program. All candidates must be free of criminal record to receive their teaching license. Employment Opportunities Graduates of secondary education in bachelor work mainly as teachers in classes of two cycles of secondary school in one of the school boards in Quebec, mostly in areas where they did their internship. For several years, the graduate placement rate is excellent. Moreover, school boards bemoan a shortage of qualified staff in certain subjects, particularly in mathematics and science and technology. The weekly work schedule of a teacher varies around 32 hours per week: about 20 hours working with students (courses, supervision, monitoring, recovery, student activities, etc.); about 7 hours of "presence-school" (meetings, planning, availability for students); about 5 hours of time of a personal nature (as needed). Continuation of graduate studies at UQAR Graduates of secondary education in bachelor access to graduate from UQAR programs in the following areas: education; educational administration; history (students' social universe "profiles and" personal development "; Geography (Student Profile "science and technology"); letters (Student Profile "French"); ethics; project management; people management in the workplace; psychology; regional development. OBJECTIVES collegiate basis All candidates and all candidates must demonstrate their mastery of French in meeting the requirements of the Policy on proficiency in French at the undergraduate of the University of Quebec in Rimouski before their first enrollment. Profile Mathematics: Hold a college degree (DEC) or equivalent and have passed the college courses Mathematics 103 or 201-NYA (00UN) 01Y1 or 022X, 105 or 201-NYC (00UQ) or 022Z and 01Y4 203 or 201-NYB (00UP) 01Y2 or 022Y or their equivalent. Profile Science and Technology: Hold a college degree (DEC) in the natural sciences. OR Hold a college degree (DEC) in sciences, humanities and arts. OR Hold a college degree (DEC) and have passed the following college courses or their equivalent: Biology 301 or 101-NYA (00UK) or 01Y5 Chemistry 101 or 202-NYA (00UL) or 01Y6 and 201 or 202-NYB (00UM) or 01YH Mathematics 103 or 201-NYA (00UN) 01Y1 or 022X, 105 or 201-NYC (00UQ) 01Y4 or 022Z and 203 or 201-NYB (00UP) 01Y2 or 022Y Physics 101 or 203 -nya (00UR) or 01Y7, 201 or 203-NYC (00US) or 01YF and 301 or 203-NYC (00UT) or 01YG oR hold a college degree (DEC) and have passed technical courses college following: A biology course Chemistry 101 or 202-NYA (00UL) or 01Y6 and 201 or 202-NYB (00UM) or 01YH Mathematics 103 or 201-NYA (00UN) 01Y1 or 022X and 203 or 201-NYB (00UP) 01Y2 or 022Y Physics 101 or 203 -nya (00UR) or 01Y7, 201 or 203-NYC (00US) or 01YF and 301 or 203-NYC (00UT) or 01YG Base university All candidates and all candidates must demonstrate their mastery of French in meeting the requirements of the Policy on proficiency in French at the undergraduate of the University of Quebec in Rimouski before their first enrollment. Have completed at least thirty credits of academic courses in a program at the time of filing the application, and have appropriate knowledge in mathematics education equivalent to that provided by the college courses Mathematics 103 or 201-NYA (00UN) 01Y1 or 022X, 105 or 201-NYC (00UQ) 01Y4 or 022Z and 203 or 201-NYB (00UP) 01Y2 or 022Y. The successful candidate who has not received the required mathematical background will be required to supply it, within twelve months, either at college or university level. [-]

Bachelor of Education in Childhood and Family Studies (first two years)

Southwestern Oregon Community College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Coos Bay

The Associate of Science Childhood Education and Family Studies Emphasis degree leads to a baccalaureate degree in human development, early childhood education or social science with a certificate in early childhood education. [+]

The Associate of Science Childhood Education and Family Studies Emphasis degree leads to a baccalaureate degree in human development, early childhood education or social science with a certificate in early childhood education. Students may petition for adjustments in the Southwestern AS degree if course requirements are met for the first two years of any regionally accredited four-year institution offering a degree in education, early childhood education, family studies, human or child development. Eastern Oregon University distance education degree of liberal studies with an early childhood education emphasis articulates with SWOCC's AS degree. The AS degree is also articulated with Portland State University through their external degree program. All coursework specific to childhood education and family studies degrees and certificates is offered online through Southwestern’s online platform. Both the AS with an emphasis in childhood education and family studies and our AAS in Childhood Education and Family Studies are now accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation program. PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this program the student will have knowledge and skills in the following Standards: 1. Promoting Child Development and Learning Students develop and use their understanding of child development – including young children's unique characteristics and needs, and the multiple interacting influences on children's development and learning – to create environments that are healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging for each child. Key elements of Outcome 1; 1a: Describe young children's diverse characteristics and needs, from birth through age 8. 1b: Explain the multiple influences on early development and learning. 1c: Use knowledge of child development to create healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging learning environments for young children. 2. Building Family and Community Relationships Students articulate the complex characteristics of children's families and communities and use this understanding to create respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families, and to engage all families in their children's development and learning. Key elements of Outcome 2; 2a: Describe diverse family and community characteristics. 2b: Develop and implement strategies to support and engage families and communities through respectful, reciprocal relationships. 2c: Develop and implement plans to engage families and communities in young children's development and learning. 3. Observing, Documenting, and Assessing to Support Young Children and Families Students articulate the goals, benefits, and purposes of assessment and use systematic observations, documentation, and other effective assessment strategies in a responsible way, in partnership with families and other professionals, to positively influence the development of every child. Key elements of Outcome 3; 3a: State the goals, benefits, and purposes of assessment – including its use in development of appropriate goals, curriculum, and teaching strategies for young children. 3b: Use observation, documentation, and other appropriate assessment tools and approaches, including the use of technology in documentation, assessment and data collection. 3c: Practice responsible assessment to promote positive outcomes for each child, including an awareness of assistive technology for children with ability differences. 3d: Describe how assessment partnerships with families and with professional colleagues can be used to build effective learning environments. 4. Using Developmentally Effective Approaches Students implement a wide array of developmentally appropriate approaches, instructional strategies, and tools to connect with children and families and positively influence each child's development and learning, which will vary depending on children's ages, characteristics, and the early childhood setting. Key elements of Outcome 4; 4a: Discuss how supportive relationships and positive interactions are the foundation of their work with young children. 4b: List and implement effective instructional and guidance strategies and tools for early education, including appropriate uses of technology. 4c: Use a broad repertoire of developmentally appropriate teaching/learning and guidance approaches. 4d: Reflect on their own practice to promote positive outcomes for each child. 5. Using Content Knowledge to Build Meaningful Curriculum Students develop and apply their knowledge of developmental domains and academic (or content) disciplines to design, implement, and evaluate meaningful, challenging curriculum that promotes comprehensive developmental and learning outcomes for each child. Key elements of Outcome 5; 5a: Begin to explain content knowledge and resources in academic disciplines: language and literacy; the arts – music, creative movement, dance, drama, visual arts; mathematics; science; physical education – physical activity, health, and safety; and social studies. 5b: Recognize and apply the central concepts, inquiry tools, and structures of content areas or academic disciplines. 5c: Use their own knowledge, appropriate early learning outcomes, and other resources to design, implement, and evaluate developmentally meaningful and challenging curriculum for each child. 6. Becoming a Professional Students are collaborative learners who continuously demonstrate knowledgeable, reflective and critical perspectives of their work, make informed decisions that integrate knowledge from a variety of sources, including ethical guidelines, and advocate for sound educational practices and policies. Key elements of Outcome 6; 6a: Identify as a member of the early childhood field and become involved in the professional community. 6b: Locate and apply ethical guidelines and other early childhood professional guidelines. 6c: Engage in continuous, collaborative learning to inform practice; using technology effectively with young children, with peers, and as a professional resource. 6d: Integrate knowledgeable, reflective, and critical perspectives on early education into their work. 6e: Engage in informed advocacy for young children and the early childhood profession. 7. Early Childhood Field Experiences Students engage in field experiences and clinical practice to develop the knowledge, skills and professional dispositions necessary to promote the development and learning of young children in a variety of early childhood settings and with multiple age groups. Key elements of Outcome 7; 7a. Observe and practice in at least two of the three early childhood age groups (birth – age 3, 3-5, 5-8). 7b. Observe and practice in at least two of the three main types of early education settings (primary school grades, child care centers and homes, ECEAP/Head Start programs). ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students are required to take the college placement test to determine skill level and readiness in math, reading and writing. As part of their training program, students must begin with the courses within their skill level as determined by the college placement test scores. All Early Childhood Education and Family Studies students are required to obtain a valid first aid and CPR card, a Food Handlers Card, and complete HDFS9284 Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting. They are also required to have a criminal history background check. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students must complete a minimum of 90 credit hours with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or better. All courses must be passed with a grade of ‘C’ or better. Twenty-four (24) credits must be completed at Southwestern before the AS degree is awarded. Courses that are developmental in nature, designed to prepare students for college transfer courses, are not applicable to this degree. Complete the graduation application process one term prior to the term of completion (e.g., spring term graduates must apply during winter term). Credit for prior learning options are available for students with an Infant Toddler Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Step seven on the Oregon Registry and with community based training or certificate of completion for first connections training and watching. [-]

Bachelor in Education

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Fairfield

The education department at MUM offers two undergraduate programs—one in secondary teacher licensure and the other in educational foundations. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The education department at MUM offers two undergraduate programs—one in secondary teacher licensure and the other in educational foundations. The secondary licensure program leads to an Iowa license to teach high school math, science, language arts, or art. The foundations program prepares students who do not plan to become classroom teachers to work in other educational settings or pursue graduate work. The main aim of both programs is to address a deep and widespread problem in education: that education does not engage and motivate students because it does not connect to their inner lives. The solution that we offer is an approach to education whereby students first gain knowledge of consciousness, and then learn all subjects in connection with that. Through this approach, all learning can be seen as related to oneself and as a result becomes meaningful, useful, and life-supporting. This central aim of both programs is achieved through four themes: Challenge, Consciousness, Creativity, and Community Challenge Students master standards in fourteen areas, including historical and philosophical foundations, learning theory, classroom management, assessment, curriculum development, teaching methods, student differences, and effective communication. Consciousness Through their coursework and associated practicums, students learn the principles and practices of Consciousness-Based Education, a rich and systematic approach that connects all teaching and learning to the students’ full development of consciousness. Creativity Students learn creative and innovative practices in schools and classrooms that can be integrated with Consciousness-Based Education to create new and better schools. Community When students come to MUM they enter a community of growth-oriented individuals strongly focused on progress. [-]

Bachelor in Recreation, Adventure Education & Leisure Management

Paul Smith's College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Paul Smiths

Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Adventure Education & Leisure Management - Learn to work with diverse groups to design and deliver high-quality recreation experiences that are ecologically and economically sound. Experiential education, leadership, management skills and adventure opportunities are the emphasis of this bachelor’s-degree program. [+]

Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Adventure Education & Leisure Management Learn to work with diverse groups to design and deliver high-quality recreation experiences that are ecologically and economically sound. Experiential education, leadership, management skills and adventure opportunities are the emphasis of this bachelor’s-degree program. Students choose from several minors, including outdoor leadership, environmental communication and environmental studies. No matter which area of focus you select, you’ll graduate with a highly marketable and capable set of skills: “Leave No Trace” wilderness travel and camping Best practices in recreational program design and delivery Effective management techniques for sustainable nature-based operations Ability to analyze the cultural, historical and environmental impacts of nature-based tourism Communication, leadership and problem-solving Career Options Environmental Educator/Interpreter Nature/Interpretive Center Management Recreation Outfitters Owner/Manager/Guide Health Club or Spa Manager Recreation Program and Operations Supervisor Eco-Tourism Guide/Manager Resort, Cruise Line or College Activities Director Camp Director K-12 Administration* Student Guidance/Counseling* College Student Development/Student Affairs* *Master’s degree and certification required Required Courses Program Requirements English Comp I First Year Seminar Recreation & Leisure in U.S. Adirondack Studies Adventure Education I/II Environmental Education Principles of Management Outdoor Recreation Leadership Outdoor Education Program Design & Planning Sustainable Practices in Entrepreneurship Principles of Marketing Sustainable Nature-Based Tourism Financial Decision Making Risk Management & Liability Experiential Electives Recreation Practicum Outdoor Leadership Practicum Interdisciplinary Field Studies Natural World Electives Biology I Introduction to Environmental Science The Adirondack Environment Geology Natural Habitat Interpretation Dendrology Introduction to Wildlife Management Natural History of North American Vertebrates Ecological Foundations of Sustainability Diversity Electives Diversity & Inclusion By Design Cultural Anthropology Gerontology Shattering Gender Stereotypes The American Labor Movement Recreation Management Electives Small Business Accounting Dispute Management Recreation & Resort Marketing & Management Festival & Event Management Human Resource Management Program Management & Decision Making The Family Enterprise Business Ethics & Decision Making Management Information Systems Facilities Management Visitor Management Services Park Management Destination Dynamics Hospitality Futures [-]

Bachelor in Elementary Education

Claflin University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Orangeburg

The teacher education areas at Claflin University that come under the governance of the School of Education and make up the PEU include Art Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Mathematics Education, Middle Level Education, and Music Education. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. As a part of the redesign of academic areas, the School of Education has reorganized into administrative offices that support 1) the three degree granting programs within the school, 2) the teacher education areas located within the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as 3) the physical education courses that support the general education requirements for the University. The teacher education areas at Claflin University that come under the governance of the School of Education and make up the PEU include Art Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Mathematics Education, Middle Level Education, and Music Education. These seven (7) areas all lead to licensure to teach in K-12 public schools. Administration The School of Education also houses administrative offices designed to support the work of faculty and students in the School of Education, and compliance areas for professional education units. These four (4) offices are managed by coordinators and directors organized under the Office of the Dean in the School of Education. The Dean of Education is considered the head of the PEU and the lead representative for national accrediting bodies, specialized professional associations (SPAs), and State governance. The Office of Educational Technology is designed to support the Professional Education Unit (PEU) in areas requiring web, data, audio/visual and instructional technologies management, as well as technology instruction, integration and compliance. It also supports or helps coordinate the other offices' technology based functions, especially for the purposes of candidate data collection and dissemination. Visit 2014 data reporting for 2012-13 teacher candidates and completers. The Office of Accreditation and Assessment is designed to provide support for the PEU in the areas of accrediting body reporting and unit assessment development and compliance as standards governing education programs periodically change. For more about teacher accreditation, please see the CAEP website and the NCATE list of accredited schools in SC. The Office of Field and Clinical Experiences coordinates all activities between the School of Education and the University’s public school partners, primarily for the purpose of student placements. This is necessary for the fulfillment of at least 100 pre-clinical field hours, and a 60 day clinical internship required before a teacher candidate can be considered for licensure in South Carolina and many other states. The Office of Academic Student Support Services exists to aid students declaring a major in teacher education with best practices for staying on task to transition into a teacher candidate. State law requires all individuals who complete a teacher education program that leads to initial certification at the undergraduate level to pass all parts of Praxis I (reading, writing, and mathematics). The Office of Academic Student Support Services assists students in passing this exam by providing information on the examination, general support in registering for the examination, and workshops that directly support students on competencies measured by the examination. The Office of Student Support also handles all advising responsibilities for students in the School of Education. [-]

Bachelor in Secondary Education

Marian University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Indianapolis

Marian University’s Educators College has an outstanding secondary education program. The faculty and staff have all spent many years in the formal classroom before answering the call to become a professor. [+]

Bachelor in Secondary Education Why Marian University’s Secondary Education Program? Tradition of Excellence Nationally recognized and accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Nationally recognized International Honor Society Kappa Delta Pi Top faculty with local, state, national, and international experience, expertise, and recognition Exceptional career and graduate school placement Reciprocity of license with other states International education opportunities Graduates earn a Bachelor of Arts with the double major in content area and secondary education [-]

BA Outdoor Leadership and Education

Toccoa Falls College
Campus Full time 126 hours September 2017 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. [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. 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 [-]

Education

Medicine Hat College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Canada Medicine Hat Brooks + 1 more

Medicine Hat College is pleased to now offer a Bachelor of Education in collaboration with Mount Royal University. You can complete all four years at Medicine Hat College, with a focus on elementary education. If you love working with children and young adults, have a passion for learning and teaching, and imagine yourself influencing future generations, a career in education is a great fit for you. [+]

Medicine Hat College is pleased to now offer a Bachelor of Education in collaboration with Mount Royal University. You can complete all four years at Medicine Hat College, with a focus on elementary education. If you love working with children and young adults, have a passion for learning and teaching, and imagine yourself influencing future generations, a career in education is a great fit for you. Becoming a teacher offers you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people and to shape the future through interaction with youth. Each of us, at some point in our lives, felt the influence of a teacher who affected how we see the world and our place in it. Many of the students who enrol in our program want to make a difference in the lives of others and choose a career in teaching to make it happen. There are two options in pursuing a degree in education at Medicine Hat College. Mount Royal University, Bachelor of Education at MHC Medicine Hat College, in partnership with Mount Royal University, offers a degree completion program that can be completed in Medicine Hat. This new partnership includes two years of study for degree completion and teacher certification with a focus on elementary education after you have completed the first two years of the B.Ed. Elementary program (60 credits). University Transfer Education For those interested in starting their studies at Medicine Hat College and completing their degree at another institution, our University Transfer Education program offers students the opportunity to study at MHC for up to two years and transfer to a variety of post-secondary institutions in Lethbridge, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, and Regina. Practicum Students should be aware that under the Protection for Persons in Care Act (January 1998) you will be required to provide a current Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Search as well as an Alberta Children's Services Intervention Record Check to the school jurisdiction in which you are placed for each teaching practicum or field experience. Student teachers are responsible for the cost of obtaining this documentation and ensuring it is provided to school jurisdictions requiring it, and a copy provided to the Education Advisor prior to the start of the first field experience. It is also recommended that you possess a current Emergency or Standard First Aid Certificate and that Health Immunization Records are up to date. Admission Requirements High School Alberta High School Courses or equivalents with a minimum 60% average in the required courses. ELA 30-1 Three additional 30-level academic subjects One 5-credit or two 3-credit subjects at the 30-level (Special Projects 30 excluded) Note: Completion of Pure Math 30, Math 30-1, or Math 30-2 is required for students transferring to the University of Alberta Faculty of Education Elementary route. Mature Student (21 years of age) The following are minimum admission requirements. Please see an advisor for additional course-specific pre-requisites. ELA 30-1 Pre-requisite courses required, eg. Chemistry 30 required for university level Chemistry Note: Completion of Pure Math 30, Math 30-1, or Math 30-2 is required for students transferring to the University of Alberta Faculty of Education Elementary route. [-]

Bachelor of Music Education in Music Secondary Education

Northern Arizona University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Flagstaff

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

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. 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 Early Childhood Education

University of Delaware
Campus Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Newark

UD’s Early Childhood Education major prepares students interested in working with young children to become teachers, early interventionists and advocates, to work in schools, child care facilities, institutional settings or community service agencies. [+]

Helping young children reach their potential UD’s Early Childhood Education major prepares students interested in working with young children to become teachers, early interventionists and advocates, to work in schools, child care facilities, institutional settings or community service agencies. Our coursework focuses on child development--teaching students how to identify appropriate instructional strategies and materials that meet each child’s social, cognitive, and physical characteristics. Students gain real-world experience, on our children’s campus and in community agencies and schools, working with young children from diverse backgrounds and with special needs. Our graduates emerge well-prepared professionals, eligible for teaching certification in two areas—Early Childhood Education (birth – 2nd grade) and Early Childhood Special Education—in all 50 states. UD is one of the few universities that prepares students for this dual certification. What's special about this program? Our ECE majors serve over 200 hours of supervised experience, first in UD’s Laboratory Preschool guided by UD Teacher Educators, and then in public and private settings, culminating in a full year student teaching young and exceptional children. To help further their career, students can enroll in our 4+1 program and begin pursuing a master’s degree in one of three areas while still an undergraduate. ECE is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the Council for Exceptional Children, meeting the highest standards for undergraduate preparation of early childhood and early childhood special education teachers. Get involved We provide our students opportunities to grow academically, socially and professionally. ECE majors can study abroad, conduct undergraduate research, serve internships, or become a member of our service/honors/support clubs. Areas of study Child Development Classroom Management Inclusive Curriculum Diversity and Families Literacy Instruction Career options Teacher in public/private school or Early Head Start program Early Care program director Parent Education Specialist Early Interventionist Graduate programs Early Childhood Special Education Autism & Severe Disabilities Occupational Therapy Human Development and Family Studies [-]

Bachelor of Elementary Education

St. Mary's University Calgary
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Calgary

The two-year, after degree Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree program at St. Mary’s University is designed to prepare teachers to teach at the primary and elementary levels (K-6) in Alberta schools. The degree is designed to provide an intensive orientation to and mastery of the knowledge, skills and attributes essential for those who would teach in the primary/elementary, K-6 programs administered by... [+]

Bachelors in Education in North America 2017. The two-year, after degree Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree program at St. Mary’s University is designed to prepare teachers to teach at the primary and elementary levels (K-6) in Alberta schools. The degree is designed to provide an intensive orientation to and mastery of the knowledge, skills and attributes essential for those who would teach in the primary/elementary, K-6 programs administered by authorized school authorities in Alberta and beyond, with particular reference to the unique environment of the Catholic school system in Alberta. Catholic School Districts/Divisions seek teachers who can articulate what it means to be Catholic and who are able to integrate their faith and culture in an all-inclusive community. The degree program is structured to achieve that objective. Instruction is delivered by a combination of core education faculty members and experienced field practitioners who have attained advanced academic training in the field of educational studies combined with extensive experience as teachers in Canadian schools. Program Philosophy Whether you are a future or present student teacher, an alumni graduate or a supporter of our program, you will already know that St. Mary’s is quickly becoming recognized as one of the fastest growing Bachelor of Education programs in Alberta and beyond to prepare teachers today for tomorrow’s students! Teachers exert a significant influence on children. Although we present a Catholic perspective on education, we are open to everyone interested in education. St. Mary’s B Ed faculty and staff are dedicated and highly competent to inspire our student teachers with the best experience and preparation for current educational settings. Our student graduates are provided with the linkages and transformation of theory to extensive practicum experiences in various school settings. They observe modelling of team teaching and staff collaboration in cohort settings and quickly recognize current best practices to meet diverse needs and engage all students. Finally, the success of our program is based on close working relationships with all of our school districts, stakeholders and members of the community. What are the admission requirements for this program? Students entering this program will have: completed a St. Mary’s University Bachelor of Arts degree, or an equivalent 3- or 4-year baccalaureate degree from a recognized university or college with an equally strong liberal arts component. This may include courses in the following areas: humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics, human kinetics, interdisciplinary studies and computer science an admission grade point average of at least 2.5 (on St. Mary’s 4-point scale) or equivalent on the most recently attempted 60 credits What would my career options be with a Bachelor of Education Degree? Although a Bachelor’s of Education degree prepares a graduate for a variety of professional contexts, graduates of the Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree program will be prepared to teach in a K-6 program in any school, public or private, faith-based or secular. Upon completion of St. Mary’s Bachelor of Education degree, graduates will be eligible to apply for Interim Professional Teaching Certificates from Alberta Education. [-]