The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Elementary Education and Teaching is the program for students who want to work with general education children PreK–6.
Benefit from small class sizes, innovative course content, and hands-on field observations with full-time faculty who are experts in their areas of study.
Work closely with your professors to implement class content in authentic settings. Your field experiences start prior to your student teaching, are embedded into coursework, and are developmentally aligned to scaffold instruction over four years.
Engage in a variety of authentic field experiences in PK-6 classrooms with approximately 180 content hours in the field in topics that include:
- Student research
- Human growth and development
- Reading and literacy
- Content area methods
- Behavior management
Complete your student teaching experiences throughout the state and participate in a virtual seminar, receiving individual support from your
- University Supervisor
- Faculty Coach
Program graduates go on to become elementary school teachers and/or instructional leaders.