Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education In-person

College of Education|Academic Programs|Elementary & Literacy Education

This is your time to become an elementary school teacher! The B.S. Elementary Education in-person program offers you an accredited, regionally recognized, and connective path to complete your degree and get your K-6 Teaching Licensure. Synchronous classes provide a chance to connect with peers, faculty, and school/district partners to develop into effective, culturally responsive teachers at the elementary level.

This Program Is For You

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  • If you enjoy learning from and with others to get your degree.
  • If you enjoy hands-on activities and engagement to further connect learning.
  • If you are interested in gaining experiences from several field classrooms throughout the program.

Additional Benefits of Our In-person Program

  • Transfer credits from community colleges
  • Complete your coursework in 2 years (4 semesters)
  • No classes in summer
  • Individualized support and feedback
  • Adaptive, engaging, and interactive classroom environments
  • Cost and time savings
  • Real world application
  • Year-long student teaching placement during your final 2 semesters. This gives students an opportunity to see the beginning and end of the school year and support them throughout the year.

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B.S. in Elementary Education Courses

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Application for B.S. Elementary Education

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Licensure for Elementary Education

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Elementary and Literacy Education Faculty and Staff

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