At Drury, we seek to prepare teachers who go beyond just technical understanding of what works. Studying education at Drury is grounded partnerships with public schools. You’ll participate in a series of clinical experiences like reading practicum and student teaching that begin as early as your first year of study. You’ll become a reflective educator with a strong vision of schools as energetic, creative places.
A Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education prepares you to teach first through sixth grade. You can also obtain special certification or pursue your master’s to increase your career opportunities. Some career paths include:
The Elementary Education Major has free electives remaining to meet the graduation requirement of at least 124 hours.
Recommended education-specific electives are provided below for those who wish to deepen their understanding of special education. The courses are designed to provide the knowledge necessary to successfully pass the content assessment for Mild/Moderate Cross Categorical Disabilities required for add-on certification in this area. These courses will not lead to initial certification in the area of Mild/Moderate Cross Categorical Disabilities.