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Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education
NNU's Accelerated Certification in Education (ACE) Program offers an Elementary Education Teacher Certification as a Bachelor of Arts degree completion program. This accelerated online program is designed for the working adult to obtain teacher certification. Candidates may complete their bachelor's degree and teacher certification in as little as 16 months, depending on transfer credits. The program includes 12 months of college coursework with approximately 100 hours of field experience in public school classrooms and concludes with four months of full-time Student Teaching.
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EDUC1125 Foundations of Teaching/Instructional Design (3 cr)
EDUC3165 Learning and the Brain (3 cr)
EDUC3175 Teaching Diverse Learners (3 cr)
EDUC3255 Fundamentals of Reading (3 cr)
Specific Middle School Content Methods (2-3 cr)
EDUC4465 Assessment and Intervention in Reading (3 cr)
EDUC3265 Elementary Content Literacy (3 cr)
EDUC4555 Methods of Teaching Math/Science (3 cr)
EDUC3245 Elementary Classroom Management (3 cr)
EDUC2555 Innovative Instruction (3 cr)
EDUC4815 Elementary School Start-Up (1 cr)
EDUC4905 Elementary Student Teaching (11 cr)
EDUC4955 Seminar/Capstone (1 cr)
Bachelor of Arts
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$37,050, the estimated total cost of tuition, fees, room, and board for 2018-2019.
$28,000, the average debt of an NNU student upon graduaction - just $1,500 than a Boise State graduate.
99%, the number of NNU undergraduate students who receive financial aid.
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