Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
Succeeding as a teacher at the elementary or middle school levels require a special individual who loves young children and wants to make a positive difference in their lives, assisting them in their educational and emotional development. It is a rewarding and challenging occupation that requires a solid foundation in educational theory and practical, hands-on knowledge to be applied directly to the classroom.
At Drexel’s School of Education, the B.S. in Elementary Education offers both.
Whether you choose to teach one class of students in multiple subjects or specialize in a specific subject area, the curriculum, faculty and advisors at Drexel will support your academic goals towards teacher certification.
At the end of the sophomore year, a review of the student's content and pedagogy coursework will determine acceptance into the Teacher Certification Program.
Elementary Education Certification Areas: Grades PreK-4 and Middle Level-Grades 4-8
Competencies include child development from birth through age five, language development, early literacy and math foundations for preschool years, early intervention, integrating the arts for the developing child, and family and community partnerships in the following areas:
For information regarding curriculum, degree requirements and a sample plan of study, please visit the Drexel Course Catalog