Saint Leo University

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education

Teacher shortages are rampant across the United States, especially in the state of Florida. In fact, Florida public schools began the 2018-2019 school year with over 4,000 vacancies, with half of these still unfilled at the mid-year point of the school year. As a teacher, you can make a positive difference in the lives of young people, and there has never been a better time for opportunities in education.

Saint Leo’s Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education online degree program is designed for students who plan to teach in elementary schools. Earning this degree will qualify graduates for Florida teacher certification. Because this is a state-approved Teacher Education Program, Saint Leo graduates are assured Florida certification, as well as ESOL and Reading Endorsements. While reciprocity exists with many other states, this online degree is only available to students in Florida.

Through a series of field work opportunities and internships, students gain a wealth of real-world experience in this curriculum. Upon earning this degree, you’ll be well equipped to command a classroom of your own.

The instructors in this bachelor’s degree program come from a wide range of backgrounds and have a wealth of practical experience within elementary education settings, allowing them to communicate this valuable practice to students. Small class sizes offer personal attention from instructors, enabling students to flourish in an online environment.

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