Not all children have the same educational needs. Careers for educators are in high demand, but being able to work with many different types of students helps open the door to even more opportunities. Our elementary education degree teaches you the skills you’ll need to handle a very diverse set of students.
The elementary education degree program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to receive a Michigan Standard Elementary Teaching Certificate, which allows the holder to teach all subjects in general and special education preschool classrooms, all subjects in kindergarten through grade 5, and in kindergarten through grade 8 self-contained classrooms. Upon graduation and passing the required state tests, the students will be eligible to apply for certification.
The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree program is a four-year program, consisting of 122 course credit hours (22 minor courses, 45 comprehensive major courses and 45 professional education requirements). Our curriculum includes 24 credits of general education requirements, classroom development and teaching experiences.
The curriculum at Baker absolutely helped me. I had great instructors—instructors who were educators...it was important to me for those instructors to connect with me.
Upon completing the program and passing the required state tests, teachers will be eligible to apply for the endorsement.
Program Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree
Our mission is to prepare knowledgeable and highly skilled professionals in the field of early childhood education who support human development through partnerships, advocacy, service and the education of all young children and their families.
Baker College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / hlcommission.org.
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