Bachelor of Education Degrees

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Campbellsville University

All Levels Online Associates, Bachelor's, Master's Programs
Multiple (20+) online Associate, Bachelor, and Master of Education programs in Elementary and Early Childhood Education.
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Campbellsville University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education
Take the next step in your career and support young learners in the classroom with our online bachelor’s in early childhood education.
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Point University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Child Development
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Campbellsville University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (P-5)
Gain the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills needed to work with young learners, teach all subjects at the elementary level and become a certified primary–5th grade teacher.
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Concordia University - Saint Paul

Bachelor Bachelor of Arts in Child Development
Complete program in as few as 2 years.
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King University

Bachelor BA in English
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Notre Dame College

Bachelor Bachelor of Arts in Education Early Childhood Education (Pre-K - Grade 5)
Learn the skills you need to teach in early childhood education and prepare for the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE).
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Teaching can be one of the most rewarding careers in the world. It's one of few careers that allows you to directly influence the lives of hundreds of people. Virtually every highly successful person can look over their education and point to teachers who made a huge impact on their lives.

Of course, with these rewards come downsides. Teaching requires a tremendous amount of patience, both with the students in the classroom and with the educational system itself. In order to become the best teacher possible, many turn to a teacher training college for additional experience.

Typical Curriculum for Bachelor's in Education Degrees

While educational degrees tend to focus more on the how to teach aspect of education, a teacher training college narrows your focus down to the particular subjects you're teaching. Those teaching younger classes will typically take on a wider variety of mainstream courses, including math, science, language, along with some secondary courses such as art and physical education.

Teachers planning to teach in secondary schools typically take more courses focusing on a specific discipline. For example, if you planned to teach chemistry, almost all of your courses at a teacher training college will focus exclusively on that subject.

While the exact requirements vary depending on which state you reside in, typically you will need to spend one year working as a student-teacher in order to complete the program. This gives you first-hand experience and an opportunity to figure out what teaching style works best for you.

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School Level Program Admissions

Campbellsville University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education
Take the next step in your career and support young learners in the classroom with our online bachelor’s in early childhood education.
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Point University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Child Development
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Campbellsville University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (P-5)
Gain the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills needed to work with young learners, teach all subjects at the elementary level and become a certified primary–5th grade teacher.
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Concordia University - Saint Paul

Bachelor Bachelor of Arts in Child Development
Complete program in as few as 2 years.
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Finding an undergraduate teacher training program

Depending on which teaching position you choose to pursue, completing teacher training program may or may not be necessary. However, even for those positions that do not require you to attend a teacher training program, the experience may make you a better teacher. Your knowledge of the subject you’re teaching will expand, and you may learn superior teaching techniques which will help you communicate with students more efficiently.

In addition, taking certain computer and multimedia courses will help you utilize advanced techniques when it comes to educating your students. Of course, if you want to become a fully licensed teacher you will certainly need teacher training and most likely a degree in education. Licensure requirements vary by state, so be sure to look into what the particular requirements are for your area. You can find the licensure requirements on your state’s teaching degrees page.