The need for teachers who have a foundation in early childhood and special education has expanded over the last decade.
The major targets the creation of individual, age, linguistic, physical, social, and culturally appropriate educational environments that support and nurture positive developmental outcomes.
The bachelor of science degree in early childhood education/special education prepares professionals to teach in a variety of Pre-K to fourth grade settings. The special education certification prepares professionals to plan instruction and demonstrate effective classroom adaptations in a variety of Pre-K to twelfth grade settings.
Graduates prepared with a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education/special education know how to plan and implement instruction and demonstrate effective classroom adaptations. Numerous opportunities to practice skills in authentic settings and, observe in various environments are provided.
Real World Experiences
Classroom experiences give you school-based observation and participation each semester. There’s simply no better preparation for future teachers than real world experience. Observing how students react to different styles of instruction and learning how to adjust in response, will prepare you for a successful career in education.
- Field experiences begin the first semester
- Pre-student teaching placements
- 14 weeks of student teaching last semester
94% Success Rate
94% of bachelor’s degree students reported successful outcomes within six months of graduation.