Explore the broad expanse of majors and minors offered through the College of Education.

You may also learn more about Lander’s programs of study and course offerings in the Academic Catalog.

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B.A.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

This is a liberal arts degree which allows students to earn K-12 teaching certification in art education while pursuing a studio art degree.

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B.S.
Undergraduate | Certificate
Main Campus

The Chemistry, Secondary Education Certification major is designed for those who want to teach chemistry rather than work in a laboratory. Students engage with two different types of practitioners (scientists and experienced teachers) over the course of their education, which builds on a comprehensive chemistry education with classroom management, national science teaching standards, and educational technology.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

The Early Childhood Education program includes study and practice of specialized teaching methods appropriate for young children and a broad range of content preparation.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

Students in the Early Childhood Education, Montessori Emphasis program will complete all of the courses required for an early childhood education major, as well as an additional 18 credit hours in the Montessori emphasis.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

Elementary Education majors study and practice methods appropriate for the elementary classroom, taking courses related to all of the academic areas taught in elementary school.

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B.A.
Undergraduate | Certificate
Main Campus

The teacher certification option blends education courses with the English curriculum to prepare students to enter the classroom, equipped with the skills needed to successfully shape the next generation of learners.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

This program is designed to prepare students for careers in: public, private and corporate programs; physical, occupational and cardiac rehabilitation programs; and fitness and conditioning programs. Students will also be well-prepared for graduate study in areas such as cardiac rehabilitation, exercise physiology, athletic training, and physical and occupational therapy.

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B.S.
Undergraduate | Certificate
Main Campus

This degree track blends the history curriculum with courses offered by Lander's College of Education. Students who complete the teacher certification program meet the social studies education standards of both the College of Education and the National Council for Social Studies.

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B.S.
Undergraduate | Certificate
Main Campus

Students in this degree program blend their math curriculum with education courses offered by Lander’s Department of Teacher Education to earn secondary teacher certification.

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M.Ed.
Graduate
Main Campus | Online

Teachers enrolled in the M.Ed. in Montessori Education program at Lander have the option to select one of three concentrations leading to American Montessori Society certification at the Early Childhood (ages 3-6), Elementary I (grades 1-3) or Elementary II (grades 4-6) level.

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