OF ARTS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION The
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education prepares students to
teach in grades 1 through 6. The program is designed as a major
in Elementary School Education that leads to meet the requirements
for certification in the State of Florida and consists of 124
credits of coursework.
CAU’s Elementary Education Program is a National Pilot
Program for the U.S. Department of Education, focusing on early
detection and remediation of conditions that may impact academic
CAU's unique program design,
with its wide course selection, integrates the study and understanding
of human behaviors, and sensitivity towards culturally diverse populations
into the field of education. The availability of day, evening, and
Saturday classes provides flexibility for high school graduates as
well as for working professionals.
The program is designed to provide
the student with theoretical knowledge and practical skills gained
through classroom experiences in a supervised setting. Our students
receive training in Practicum and Internship sites that provide experience
in teaching and understanding children of multiple ethnic backgrounds.
Psychological theories and techniques are incorporated into every
course within the curriculum to maximize student learning.
study with professionals who are active in their fields and know
the job markets, in a small classroom setting with a personal atmosphere.
and CLEP credits are accepted. A maximum of sixty (60) credits from
a two-year program, and a maximum of ninety credits (90) from a four-year
College or University may be transferred toward the Bachelor of Arts.
Students applying for admission must have an overall grade point
average of 2.0 on a scale of four points.