The Education Discipline provides the first two years of preparation for students interested in teaching in the public schools (elementary, secondary or special education). After transferring to a four-year school and earning a bachelor’s degree in the appropriate major, a student can receive certification/licensing from the state as a practicing teacher, which could lead, in addition to public school teaching, to a career in private or parochial schools. Also, the two year sequence prepares a student to become a paraprofessional/teacher’s aide or a substitute teacher.
Education is a discipline in the Career and Technical Education division.
Current EDU course offerings:
|EDU-201||Introduction to Elementary Education|
|EDU-202||Introduction to Secondary Education|
|EDU-203||Introduction to Special Education|
|EDU-204||Information Technology in Teaching|
|EDU-206||Classroom Learning Environments|
|EDU-207||Exploration of Children's Literature|
|EDU-208||Students with Diverse Abilities and Backgrounds|
|EDU-209||Exploring Teaching and Learning Practicum|
|EDU-210||Nevada School Law|
|EDU-214||Preparing Teachers to Use Technology|