Educating The World One Mind At A Time
Education is the second-largest industry in the United States. Teachers and educators have some of most important jobs in the world today. They are responsible for directly influencing and training students. Successful teachers possess a desire for working with others, have a passion for life-long learning, are excellent communicators, and are organized, patient, dependable and creative. Becoming an educator or teacher has many rewards. A career education will present you with new challenges and new potential successes, allow you to mold and grow minds and the future and will allow you to be creative and autonomous.
Obtaining your bachelor degree in education will provide you with a background and knowledge to plan lessons, handle discipline problems, and have a deeper understanding behind the psychology of learning. Most programs take four years and will provide you with a broad liberal arts education, as well as a solid understanding of teaching knowledge and expertise.
Depending on the institution you obtain your degree from and their course requirements, the classes you take may vary. However, no matter where you study, you will generally take many of the same prerequisites that most undergraduate students take for the first two years, then specializing into education classes during the following two years.
A Career in Education
A bachelor degree in education can qualify you for entry and success in many education-related careers including:
- Pre-school/Kindergarten/Elementary/Middle/High School Teacher
- Special Education Teacher
- Librarian Counselor
- School Psychologist
- Principal/Assistant Principal
- Career Counselor
- Education Researcher
- Textbook Writer
Get Your Degree!
Find schools and get information on the program that’s right for you.
Powered by Campus Explorer