What will I learn?

Completing a major in Art Education, Elementary Education, or Secondary Education automatically completes the courses for licensure. Whichever major you choose, you’ll have a breadth of opportunities, materials, experiences and professional mentoring that places our education program with the most highly regarded in the region among professional educators.

The mission of the Education Programs at Saint Michael’s College is to contribute to the advancement of society through education, with an emphasis on creativity, curiosity, contemplation, collaboration, reflection, and social justice.

If you are interested in teaching outside of a traditional classroom setting, our Education Studies major may be right for you.

You will have opportunities to visit classrooms in local schools to observe and learn from master teachers, and to teach alongside them.
You will prepare instructional materials, teach small and large group lessons and network with teachers.
You will work in school and community placements beginning in your first education class including local elementary and secondary schools, at the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, COTS (Committee for Temporary Shelter), Winooski Community Center Refugee Resettlement Programs, or Burlington Boys and Girls Club, among many other places.
Our education program will help you develop the values and skills to teach all learners. You will become confident in meeting the diverse learning needs reflected in today’s classrooms.
We model the same active methods and participatory techniques you will need to use in the field. We show you how to teach using the latest software, apps, manipulatives, and more to create both remote and in-person curriculum and lesson plans.

Careers

After graduation, our majors go on to careers like:

Elementary School Teacher
Middle School Teacher
High School Teacher
Art Teacher
ESL Teacher
Special Education Teacher
Curriculum Specialist
Curriculum Designer
Principal
Boys and Girls Club Program Director
Journalist
Museum Educator
Social Worker

Majors

  • Secondary Education
  • Education Studies
  • Elementary Education
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Which department am I in?

Saint Michael's College

Study options

Full Time (128 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$46,590.00 per year
Application deadline

Expected November 2022

Start date

Expected January, August 2022

Venue

Saint Michael's College

One Winooski Park,

COLCHESTER,

Vermont,

05439, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Application must have completed a high school record and strength of college preparatory curriculum (including the senior year of high school). Applicants should have at least sixteen Carnegie Units of college preparatory course work in high school including some combination of the following (in order of importance). Four years of English; While courses like speech and other English electives are interesting, students are recommended to take those in addition to (not as replacements for) English courses with a strong emphasis on writing and the reading of literature. Two to three years of the same foreign language; A minimum of two are required, but it is highly recommended that applicants pursue as many years of language as possible. Three to four years of theoretical mathematics; Three to four years of science, including at least two lab sciences; Three to four years of history and social sciences.

For international students

Students must complete their high school from a recognized institution. English Language Requirements: IELTS - 6.5; TOEFL iBT – 79; Cambridge English Qualification - C1; Duolingo English Test - 110. Application Deadlines: For Fall Semester: February 1; For Spring Semester: November 1.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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