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Help today’s young minds become tomorrow’s thinkers and leaders.
Candidates in our undergraduate education programs are scholars committed to serving others. Our graduates are instructional leaders who value service and work to enable their students to achieve their individual potential and goals.
As an undergraduate in our Elementary Education program you will gain a broad knowledge base in general academic studies while also gaining the training and field experience required to become an exceptionally qualified teacher. Upon graduation you’ll be fully prepared to begin a successful teaching career in all public, private and Catholic school systems.
The undergraduate elementary, secondary and kindergarten to 12th grade teacher education programs have four basic elements:
Because the educational backgrounds of students entering the licensure program differ, some students may need to take an extra semester to complete all requirements.
Admission to clinical practice is determined on the basis of the candidate’s written application and other records as measured against criteria established by the Dominican University Teacher Education Committee.