Empowerment for Learning
If you are interested in becoming a teacher, the courses, field experiences, student teaching and all other program experiences in teacher preparation will provide a strong foundation to prepare you to impact student learning positively.
Empowerment for learning is one of the special joys and outcomes of becoming a teacher. As a result of program experiences, you will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to create a classroom climate in which your students can learn. The education program has a distinguished record of preparing students to become caring teachers.
The mission of the teacher education program at the Campbellsville University School of Education is to prepare teachers for their respective fields by providing an academic infrastructure based on scholarship, service and Christian leadership. The primary goal of the program is to advance scholars who are competent, caring and qualified, who can positively impact student learning, and who are committed to life-long learning in a global society.
- Early Childhood Education
- Education: P-12, P-5, 5-9 Middle Grades, 8-12 Secondary
- Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education
- Learning Behavior Disorders, P-12
Graduate - Initial Certification Programs
- Special Education
- MAT: Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education
- MAT: Middle Grades (5-9) - English, Math, Science, Social Studies
- MAT: Grades 8-12 - Biology, Chemistry, English, Math, Social Studies
Graduate - Advanced Degree Programs
- Teacher Leader: Education - Rank II
- Teacher Leader: Special Education - Rank II
- School Guidance Counseling P-12 - Rank II, Rank I
- School Improvement - Rank I
- Educational Administration (Principal P-12) - Rank I
Graduate - Certificates
- School Counseling - Rank I
- DOSE: Director of Special Education - Rank I
- MSD: Moderate and Severe Disabilities