Our mission: Educating teachers and leaders for the challenges of the 21st-century.
Thayer School of Education prepares our undergraduate students to face the challenges of 21st-century education, whether they’re planning a career in the classroom or in a complementary role in education. The School of Education shapes the next generation of education specialists by providing a comprehensive and hands-on experiential approach as outlined in our Conceptual Framework.
The School of Education offers 11 undergraduate education majors:
- Biology and Education
- Elementary Education
- English and Education
- Health and Physical Education
- Mathematics and Education
- Middle Grade Language Arts Education
- Middle Grade Mathematics Education
- Middle Grade Science Education
- Middle Grade Social Studies Education
- Music Education
- Reading / Elementary Education
In addition, we offer our students the opportunity for:
Above all, the School of Education faculty is committed to preparing graduates who meet NCATE and other professional standards, have the benefit of a well-rounded liberal arts education with a focus on global perspectives and appreciate the principles of a Christian institution.
We invite you to contact Dr. Sarah Harrison-Burns if you have questions about the undergraduate education program.