Education AS

EducationAS

The Associate in Science in Education is a transfer oriented program providing a core of education courses and experiences. It prepares individuals to transfer into a four-year teacher education program. The curriculum provides specific training, general education, and experience working with children or youth in educational settings.

Traditional paths to teaching can include:

  • Bachelor of Art or Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Elementary Education (Teacher’s licensure also required)
  • Bachelor of Art or Bachelor of Science Degree with a major of choice and a minor in Secondary Education
  • Masters Degree or Doctorate, typically required for teaching at the College level.

The Associate of Science in Education is designed to articulate to:

  • Concordia University St. Paul in B.A. in Birth-Third Grade Elementary Teaching degree
  • Concordia University St. Paul in B.A. in K-6 Elementary Teaching degree
  • Concordia University St. Paul in B.A. in Child Development degree
  • St. Scholastica in B.S. in Elementary Education K-6

This degree requires 30 hours of Field Experience related to education. Field Experience is embedded into the Education course assignments and is completed outside of class meeting times.

 

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For more information about NHCC’s Education program, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Amee Banks at 763-424-0946.