Social Science Education - 89 Credits - BS
Delivery Method: Day/Fulton Campus
The undergraduate education program at William Woods University is committed to the development of reflective teachers, who draw upon the skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary for high-impact careers in the field. A variety of authentic experiential learning opportunities and vital partnerships with local school districts allow teacher candidates to apply the pedagogical principles introduced in their coursework. The WWU undergraduate education program continues to develop responsive and rigorous curriculum designed to engage students in the historical, cultural, political, social, psychological and technological aspects of teaching. With a small faculty dedicated to the success of each student, William Woods teacher candidates will find the program to be collaborative and learner-focused.
Education majors must complete all major courses, including concentration and secondary certification courses (if applicable), with a final grade of ‘C’ or better.
Core Credits: 89.00