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Elementary Education

Welcome to the Elementary Education Program of the School of Education at Indiana University Southeast! It is an accredited program by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). We offer a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Elementary Education to prepare students for an Indiana teaching license for grades K-6, and Kentucky teaching license for grades P-5.

There are 120 credit hours in the Elementary Education Program, including 30 hours in General Education, 35 hours in Content and 55 hours in Professional Education courses. To prepare students to be successful elementary teachers, they would take courses in English, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and Physical Education. However, the best way to learn teaching is to be in the classroom. We are proud to be a strong field-based program which provides extensive clinical experiences in classrooms in Kentuckiana.

Deborah Mink, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Coordinator
Elementary Education Program
School of Education
Indiana University Southeast
dvmink@ius.edu
(812) 941-2466

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Kirk Randolph honoree in this year’s Forty Under 40

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Noted literacy educator Kelly Gallagher caps 14th IU Southeast Writing Project

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Dean Joe Wert elected co-chair of IU University Faculty Council

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