Program Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete the Associate of Science in Education degree will be able to:
Student Development and Learning
- Recognize indicators of development in all domains.
- Identify factors that affect development.
- Create environments to promote positive student development.
- Define laws that protect all learners.
- Rectify ethical dilemmas.
- Define the role of professional organizations in the field of education.
- Demonstrate respective collaboration.
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This degree is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a Kindergarten through Sixth grade or a Middle-Level Education degree. This plan is not a guarantee the student will be admitted into a teacher education program at a four-year institution.
See your Academic Advisor for the specific plan of study based on the Memorandum of Understanding with the four-year institution to which you will be transferring.
In addition to Associate of Science in Education completion, student must meet minimum requirements of transfer institution’s College of Education to be admitted with junior status.
Begin working on your transfer to a four-year institution at the start of your third semester. It is important that you make contact with the College of Education as well as the Admissions Office at the four-year institution to which you will be transferring.