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The philosophy "learn by doing” drives our education curriculum. As an education major, you’ll spend a full semester teaching in an elementary or secondary school classroom, and throughout your program, you'll engage in hands-on classroom teaching experiences.

Upon completing your BS in education, you’ll receive elementary licensure for grades K-6 or secondary education licensure for grades 7-12. Our program requires all students to have an additional major. Students pursuing elementary education may select from the majority of majors offered at Norwich University. Students pursuing secondary education must major in mathematics.

  • Program Details

    The BS in Education is designed to lead to recommendation for licensure for students who complete the program. The BS
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  • View Catalog

    To view Education course offerings and a curriculum map for majors and minors, see the Norwich University academic catalog: View
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  • Teacher Education Licensure

    Real-world classroom experience and excellent instruction combine to give aspiring teachers the skills to meet Vermont state licensure requirements and
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  • Education Minor

    Students who wish to study education but are not interested in the full licensure program may pursue a minor degree
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  • Top 7%: “A First Try at ROI”

    At 30 and 40 years postenrollment, Norwich ranked in the top 7 percent for best net present value among the
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