The mission of Salt Lake Community College’s Department of Education is to equip students with applicable knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of the 21st century diverse K-12 school population. Of central importance to our mission is our commitment to preparing teachers with backgrounds rich in content and pedagogy to work caringly and effectively with diverse populations of children, ensure equal educational opportunity for all, and use current learning theory to guide the reflective reform of educational practice to educate for success and prepare students for service in the wider community.
Elementary, Early Childhood, Special EducationThe education program is a two-year program designed to prepare students to transfer to an accredited four-year teaching program. Students completing the program will develop skills and get the hands-on experience necessary to be accepted into the professional core of courses offered at the university level. Course work will satisfy the General Education requirements for the first two years of a bachelor's degree in elementary, early childhood or special education.
Specific requirements leading to a bachelor's degree in education differ between the four-year higher education institutions. To tailor a program specific to students needs, meet with an academic advisor or consult with a faculty member prior to registering for courses.
Secondary EducationStudents who want to teach junior high, middle school or high school should take the required courses for the major subject in which they will be teaching. (For example, History, English, Math, etc.) Not all teaching majors are offered at all USHE schools. Meet with an academic advisor for the specific transfer information about the major(s), minor(s) at the school to which you plan to transfer. Most colleges and universities require EDU 1010. Efficient transfer planning is essential.
PrerequisitesIt is the responsibility of the student to examine each course description to determine if prerequisite classes are required. Prerequisites must be satisfied before a class may be taken.
Transfer Notes for Electives
Students should select electives based on the institution to which they intend to transfer. Electives beyond those listed may be selected with approval from faculty or advisor. Students should consult with an academic advisor to insure that the correct classes are taken for transferability to their school of choice. Students are also advised to contact the Education advisor at the school(s) to which they intend to transfer.
Education/Family & Human Studies/Social Work
Do you need to take ENGL 1010? Are you planning to take EDU 1010?
Sign up for these Fall 2014 courses:
ENG 1010 CRN 41271 TU/TH 10:00AM till 11: 20AM
EDU 1010 CRN 41760 TU/TH 11:30AM till 12:40PM
Click on the link below to find out about this cohort perfect for you!
English 1010 & EDU 1010