Elementary Education (Grades Early Childhood - 6th), B.S.I.S.
About this Program
This hands-on program offers education majors extensive training through field-based observation, as well as opportunities to gain experience from tutoring or assistant teaching. To best prepare for a career in the classroom, elementary education majors often prepare and deliver unit presentations in class.
Students seeking an elementary education degree will complete 56 hours of upper-level study in education; compiled from professional education courses like Principles and Practices of Education and interdisciplinary classes such as Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary and Middle School.
The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies Degree (B.S.I.S.) is a 124-semester hour degree designed to prepare students for a career as an elementary or middle school teacher. The degree integrates University degree requirements with the State’s teacher certification requirements. A minimum of 42 semester hours must be in upper-level creditView Degree Plan
The School of Education has a highly qualified and experienced faculty.View Faculty
Organizations - Kappa Delta Pi
- Kappa Delta Pi is an active chapter of the national honor society for education students.
- To qualify, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and be an education major.
- Students take part in events such as workshops and conferences, books sales, and have access to grants and scholarships through the society.
- Elementary School Teacher
- Pre-School Teacher
- Church Education Director
- Christian School Teacher