FSU Panama City’s Elementary Education bachelor’s degree program prepares future teachers for success in the classroom. Coursework is offered in small classes with individual attention from expert faculty, leading to a full-time internship that allows students to test-drive their future career.
This program provides exceptional instruction with individualized attention and a small faculty student ratio to ensure student success.
With small class sizes, group projects and unmatched support, there is a family-like atmosphere of connection and belongingness.
Students participate in a guided full-time internship in their final semester to gain industry experience in a real classroom setting.
What can I expect from the Elementary Education Program?
Upon completion of the undergraduate program you will earn a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education alongside the Florida K-12 Reading Endorsement and ESOL Endorsement.
From extensive field experiences to the latest instructional technology, our inventive approach will give you a leg up on the competition. As early as your first semester, you’ll experience what it’s like to be a teacher and apply cutting-edge research, training and resources to build lesson plans and manage a classroom of students with diverse backgrounds.
What degrees or certifications are offered in this program?
Bachelor of Science
This program is eligible for the Strategic Emphasis Waiver, which could save you up to 50% on applicable course fees. Learn more about the program.
What types of careers could this program prepare me for?
PK-12 Instruction, Administrator (principal, superintendent, etc.), Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator/Specialist, Assistant/Head Coach, Educational Technologist, Early Childhood Program Director, Early Childhood Specialist, Educational Diagnostician