Curriculum that ensures you’ve mastered the things an outstanding teacher needs to know.

Program consists of: 42 Courses

We designed this teacher preparation program to be timely, relevant, and practical—in other words, to make sure your bachelor’s degree proves you’ve acquired the advanced knowledge and skills to help students learn.

Every course focuses on clearly defined competencies you must prove you’ve learned—through tests, papers, projects, or other assessments. Demonstrating mastery is how you pass a course, so learning what it takes to be an outstanding educator is at the heart of our program.

126 Hour Credit Program to receive a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with a Minor in Education, maximizing transfer credits and accelerating degree completion.

Education Courses
  • Introduction to Education
  • Methods of Education 1 & 2
  • Methods and Materials 1 & 2
  • Classroom Management, Engagement and Motivation
  • Elementary and Secondary Curriculum
  • Educational Assessment Methods
  • Teaching Diverse Populations
  • Classroom Practicum
  • Psychology for Educators
  • Principles of Teaching
Language, Reasoning and Communication
  • Freshman English 1
  • Freshman English 2
  • Basic Public Speaking
  • Critical Thinking & Logic
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Cross Cultural Communication
Mathematics & Science
  • College Algebra
  • General Science
  • Additional 3 Courses
Research & Technology
  • Research and Study Skills
  • Research Methods
Health, Behavioral & Social Sciences
  • General Health & Fitness
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • World Civilizations
  • Church History
  • Political Science
  • World Religions
  • Personality Development
  • History & Cultures
Humanities & Fine Arts
  • Christian Literature
  • Introduction to Art
  • Music 1
  • Fine Arts in the Classroom
Biblical Studies
  • Spiritual Formation & Christian Doctrine
  • Introduction to World Missions
  • Old & New Testament Survey
  • Field Education
  • Bible Study Methods

State Licensure Requirements

Each state in the U.S. has specific testing requirements that must be met or completed in addition to completing your bachelor’s degree program. Teacher licensure requirements vary depending on state laws and may include a number of factors, such as:

  • Completion of a bachelor’s degree program
  • Submission of transcripts
  • Completion and clearance of a background check
  • Passing of required entrance exams and basic skills tests