Elementary Education

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Elementary Education

Bachelor of Arts

 

 

The Elementary Education program at NNU is an exciting program filled with hands-on experiences in local elementary schools. The Elementary Education program leads to certification in grades K-8.

 

 

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Annual employment rate
is almost 100% among graduates seeking teaching jobs.
The Elementary Education program
leads to certification in grades K-8.
The program
culminates in an internship integrating methods courses with K-5 classroom experience.

Elementary Education

NNU's Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education is a multidisciplinary degree preparing students to teach K-8 or attend graduate school. This program culminates in an internship integrating methods courses with K-5 classroom experience. In their semester-long internship, the students work side-by-side with a master teacher to gain expertise in managing a classroom and applying best practices in their planning and teaching. The Elementary Education program leads to certification in grades K-8.
NNU’s education programs are viewed by educators around the state and the region as the best around. Because graduates are highly sought after by principals seeking to hire the best prepared teachers, our annual employment rate is almost 100% among graduates seeking teaching jobs.
The traditional undergraduate Elementary Education program is geared to college students who begin their coursework soon after completing high school, but it is also popular for non-traditional students. The program culminates in an internship integrating methods courses with K-5 classroom experience. Interns work side-by-side with a master teacher to gain expertise in managing a classroom and applying best practices in their planning and teaching. NNU faculty supervisors provide ongoing coaching and support.
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Degree Details

Bachelor of Arts

Offered On Campus

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Career Avg. Salary
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education $47,670
Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan area occupational employment and wage estimates for the Boise area are sourced from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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