The mathematics education program provides undergraduate students with opportunities for preparing to teach high school mathematics via the BS in Mathematics Education and to teach middle grades or elementary mathematics with a mathematics concentration.
Licensed teachers may enhance their skills by pursuing graduate work via a Graduate Certificate in Elementary Mathematics Education or through an MAEd in Mathematics Education that has concentrations at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels.
The MAEd in Science Education degree program is designed for science teachers interested in improving their understanding of science, science teaching and learning, and instructional leadership.
With a BS in our nationally award-winning middle grades education program, future educators will be preparing for an exciting career. Our academic concentration in science will provide you with the skills to teach young adolescents the tools they need to be successful in high school and to become 21st century leaders.
Instructional Technology faculty help students put theory into practice by guiding them through a systematic and iterative process for developing instruction.
The College of Education Living-Learning Community (LLC) gives first-year education students a unique residential learning experience that connects College of Education faculty and staff members and classroom learning with residence life to ease the transition into the ECU community and contribute to their success within the College of Education and beyond. Students will enjoy the typical first year experience of dorm life with the added benefit of living with other students who are also going into the education field. In addition to in-hall discussions and guest speakers, students in the LLC will have the opportunity to engage in a number of activities outside the University environment, attending cultural events, teambuilding ropes course, and social activities in and around the ECU community. These activities help students become comfortable with the residential and academic aspects of University life in a short period of time.
ECU Academic Days are a series of on-campus events for high school students, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in collaboration with various academic departments. The ECU College of Education Preview Day events, offered as part of the series will be held the last Friday of each month.
The College of Education Preview Day will start with information from ECU Admissions and the Office of Financial Aid and will offer future prospective Pirate Teachers an overview of the Educator Preparation Program options at ECU. Participants will also receive information about Education Scholarships, the Education Living-Learning Community, interact with a panel of current Teacher Education faculty and students, and participate in a tour of Gateway Residence Hall.
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Fall 2018 College Of Education Preview Day Schedule
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Individuals requesting accommodation under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact theECU Department for Disability Support Services at least 48 hours prior to the event at 252-737-1016 (Voice/TTY).
The Abernathy scholarship is a four year $20,000 scholarship awarded to an outstanding high school senior with a demonstrated commitment to the study of and a career in science education. The scholarship is modeled after the ECU Maynard Scholarship and as so, recipients will have a required on campus living component for the freshmen year, a four year programmatic component, and specific criteria for receiving funds.