We Create Award Winning Educators
A calling to education is a noble endeavor. Let us help you prepare to inspire others. Whether you dream of teaching a 5-year-old the alphabet or cannot wait to show a senior how to solve a calculus problem, you will learn the latest techniques from experienced professors who have been in the classroom. Choose from a number of education degrees that empower you to inspire generations of students.
The C-SC Difference
You will learn how to create an effective learning environment through hands-on classroom teaching in a simulated classroom with area school children right on our campus. You will learn innovative teaching methods, observe classrooms in action beginning your freshman year, and continuing every year culminating in student teaching as a senior. We will help you develop proficiency in the latest educational technology. Monthly professional development in your content area builds strong relationships due to small class sizes and close work with advisors. Every year, we will offer you the chance to attend and participate in professional conferences with teachers and school administrators. Your network will be well developed.
Birth - 6th Grade
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Education prepares you to teach early childhood classes for children from birth through grade 3.
Early Childhood Special Education Add-On Certification prepares you to teach early childhood special education classes with children from birth through grade 3.
Elementary Education prepares you to teach 1st through the 6th Grade.
Middle School Certification Add-On prepares you to teach 5th through 9th Grade in an area of concentration you choose (Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies).
What can I do with an Education Degree?
3+2 M.Ed. Program
Beyond the Classroom
- Culver-Stockton Teachers Organization (CST0) sponsors events for area children such as a Halloween Trunk or Treat, Easter Egg Hunt, and at C-SC Homecoming.
- Domestic and International travel experiences
- Classroom observations (freshman through junior years)
- Student teaching (senior year)
- Professional conferences on and off campus
- Read America program in local schools