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Bachelor of Education in Elementary Education (Licensure)

Liberty’s 100% online Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Elementary Education is one of only a few undergraduate programs that leads to teacher licensure and is fully online. You can go directly into the classroom after your first degree with this unique opportunity for teacher preparation.

Liberty’s School of Education is accredited by NCATE through CAEP, demonstrating further support for the excellence you’ll find as you earn your Virginia teacher’s license though Liberty’s Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Elementary Education*.

If you want to become an elementary school teacher, Liberty’s B.Ed. in Elementary Education will help you develop the teaching skills and best practices you need to build a safe and effective learning environment for children. You will learn contemporary educational theories as well as cutting-edge teaching strategies using games and interaction methods to help children both engage with new concepts and re-enforce foundational life skills.

Liberty’s B.Ed’s practicum and student teaching will also give you hands-on experience in a school near you so you can learn how to apply your studies to a real-world classroom. The program allows you to complete licensure requirements for elementary education without the need to travel to a university campus.

If you want to earn your teacher’s license quickly and work toward your degree without compromising family or job commitments, you’ll find Liberty’s 100% online B.Ed. in Elementary Education a great option. As a B.Ed. in Elementary Education graduate, you’ll be well-equipped to find a role as a licensed elementary school teacher, private school teacher, elementary curriculum coordinator, or K-12 education consultant.

*If you are planning to pursue teaching in a state other than Virginia, please confirm that Virginia requirements will meet reciprocity standards in your desired state.

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