Education

The Associate in Arts degree in Education is intended for students intending to transfer to a four-year college or university in pursuit of a teaching career.

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Bachelor's Degree Option Did you know Centralia College offers an applied bachelor’s degree in Teacher Education (K-8)? You can apply the Associate in Arts in Education degree for entry into this program. 

Career Options The AA Education program is intended for students transferring to a four-year college or university and planning a teaching career. 

Education Plan

Degree: Associate in Arts
Emphasis: Education

Notes for Students

  • Requirements of four-year colleges vary greatly, and individual programs need to be coordinated with the institution to which the prospective teacher plans to transfer.
  • Future elementary teachers should also seriously consider involvement in music, art, or drama activities. See your advisor for additional information.

Fall Quarter

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I - 5 credits
  • PSYC& 100 General Psychology - 5 credits
  • Natural Science Distribution - 5 credits

Winter Quarter

  • ENGL& 102 Composition II - 5 credits
  • Education Elective - 5 credits
  • Health and Fitness Distribution - 1 credit
  • Humanities Distribution - 5 credits

Spring Quarter

  • CMST& 220 Public Speaking - 5 credits
  • Health and Fitness Distribution - 1 credit
  • Natural Science Distribution - 5 credits
  • Social Science Distribution - 5 credits

Fall Quarter

  • EDUC& 205 Introduction to Education w/Field Experience - 5 credits
  • Health and Fitness Distribution - 1 credit
  • Quantitative Skills Distribution - 5 credits
  • Natural Science Distribution - 5 credits

Winter Quarter

  • PSYC& 200 Lifespan Psychology - 5 credits
  • Education Elective - 5 credits
  • Humanities Distribution - 5 credits

Spring Quarter

  • EDUC 190 Cooperative Work Experience OR Education Elective - 2 credits
  • Academic Elective - 5 credits
  • Social Science Distribution - 5 credits

*Recommended Education Electives: EDUC& 115, EDUC& 130, EDUC& 204

 

CONTACT

Dave White
Faculty Advisor
Office: TAC 318
360-623-8651
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