NGU Named in 30 Best Online Bachelor's in Education Degree Programs
A bachelorís degree in education is the foundational degree for any individual who desires to become a teacher in a K-12 public or private school. There are many reasons to take the plunge into a career in education, but few survive without a proper introduction to the field. Just because you have subject knowledge doesnít mean you can teach it, but just because you donít really know how to teach yet, doesnít mean you canít. You can learn the fundamentals to teaching during your bachelorís degree in education.
Early Childhood Education Degrees (ECED), dedicated to producing unbiased rankings of college and universities, both online and traditional, in various early childhood education disciplines, has surveyed nearly 100 schools and looked for the institutions that not only offer quality academic programming, but also affordable tuition, scholarships, and programs that were able to keep their students engaged until graduation. As a result, they came up with were their top 30 online bachelorís degrees in education.
North Greenville Universityís (NGU) online bachelorís in elementary educational studies program is ranked eighth best among the top 30 in the nation.
If you have a passion for helping children, love learning and excel in the acquisition of knowledge, aspire to be a public or private school teacher, and unable to leave your current job to complete practicums and internships to earn a traditional degree; earning your elementary educational studies degree online may be the best option for you.
NGUís online educational studies department faculty members are prepared and willing to help students begin a successful career as a teacher. However, if you prefer the traditional classroom setting, the Tigerville campus offers six education degree programs in the following areas: early childhood education, elementary education, English language arts secondary education, mathematics secondary education, social studies secondary education, and Spanish education.
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