USC Upstate’s Greenville campus offers instruction in early childhood education, elementary education (day or evening program), middle grades education, and special education (learning disabilities). Although the curriculum and requirements of each program are different, the over-riding philosophy of each is common—to prepare students to be the innovators and leaders of education in the United States. USC Upstate education students lead the way in efforts to reinvigorate schools, promote business and school partnerships, and ensure quality for all students.
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education
The program prepares students to teach in grades 2-6. The program consists of a general liberal arts background, professional educational coursework and clinical field experiences. During the semester in which students are enrolled in directed teaching (SEDL 468), they spend all of each school day for a period of 15 weeks in the elementary school to which they are assigned.
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