Many students at Quincy College have long range goals to continue their education and pursue a Bachelor’s Degree. The Elementary Education Program is designed to prepare students who wish to become elementary teachers. It seeks to attract students who are interested in working in public/private school settings with children in grades 1-6. A solid foundation in Liberal Arts will allow students flexibility in selecting courses that will match program requirements of the schools that the students would like to attend. The general education courses will enable the students to continue their studies beyond the Associate’s Degree.
All ECE and EDU students must complete a CORI and a SORI (including finger printing), prior to their acceptance into the ECE/EDU program. It is the responsibility of the student to complete this so that they will be able to do field observations during the program. Most local police stations will perform SORIs/fingerprinting for a fee. CORIs will be performed at the site chosen to complete your observation/field experience hours.
Elementary Education Courses
- EDU 120
Introduction to Education
- PSY 103
- PSY 210
Psychology of Learning
- SOC 101
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