Resident Undergraduate Teacher Preparation

 
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In the Resident Undergraduate Program, Prescott College offers a Bachelor of Arts Degree in secondary and elementary education. Students live and study in Prescott and benefit from local K-12 partnerships. 

Requirements for a teaching credential can be earned concurrently while earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students master educational principles and apply these in many problem-solving situations during courses, through independent studies, and in a 12-week student teaching assignment. Elementary school educators pursue a broadly based liberal arts education, including solid preparation in math, language arts, science, and social studies. Secondary school educators will have significant course work in a subject area typically taught in a public high school.

Prescott College’s programs emphasize current educational research and theory, as well as practical experience in the classroom. The programs include course work, field experiences (including a 12-week capstone student teaching experience), and a set of structured assessments distributed throughout the program.

For more information about this program, please contact Resident Undergraduate Admissions, E-mail.

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