The Campbell University School of Education offers a B.S. in Birth-Kindergarten (B-K) Education leading to a North Carolina teacher license.
Programs for licensure only in birth-kindergarten education, and pre-school add-on licensure are also available. The birth-kindergarten teacher licensure program at Campbell University is designed to prepare candidates to serve young children and families, with and without special needs, in a variety of settings. Students successfully completing the program earn a Bachelor of Science degree in birth-kindergarten education, and an initial or A-level licensure to teach in birth-kindergarten settings for children with and without special needs.
Teacher candidates in birth-kindergarten education are required to complete 24 semester hours in the professional education core and 27 hours in the area of birth-kindergarten education. Additionally, candidates may choose an area of concentration such as special education or elementary education.
For more information on this program, please contact Dr. Connie Chester at email@example.com.