What You’ll Learn
The proposed Associate of Science in Teaching Program is designed to provide academically strong students in their first two years of college with the academic foundation to enter an elementary education bachelor’s degree program in their final two years of college. Students will complete a specific general studies core of 98 quarter credit hours aligned to the baccalaureate elementary education K-5 requirements, helping them make a smooth transition to the last two years of the baccalaureate licensure program without loss of credits and time to the student.
The path to becoming a great teacher begins with a strong academic foundation. This program is designed to ensure that graduates have the knowledge, skills, and commitment necessary to succeed in a baccalaureate licensure program. The courses offered will train Associate of Science in Teaching students to think critically, communicate constructively, and apply their knowledge effectively toward the education of young children.