Middle Level Education

Middle Level Education ​​​

Studying middle level education at Grove City College prepares students to become leaders for the young men and women of tomorrow. Students are equipped with the pedagogical, intellectual and professional tools they need to plan, assess and adapt instruction to elementary students in various ethnic settings and socio-economic groups, and with different learning styles and capabilities.

Middle level education students enjoy rigorous coursework preparation, as well as student teaching and field experiences. Students can major in one of five concentrations: math/English, math/history, science/English, science/history or science/math and have access to the state-of-the-art Hamilton Curriculum Library.

 
 
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After Graduation

Many education majors become certified and licensed teachers in Pennsylvania and other states, while many others take positions in unique teaching situations, missions work and other fields.

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Teaching Licenses

Graduation and certification are not synonymous terms. All students seeking certification must apply to the Department of Education for admission to the certification program.

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B.M. in Music Education Leading to K-12 Certification

Students majoring in music leading to K-12 certification in music education take courses specific to the education major, along with a core of liberal arts courses.

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B.S. in Middle Level (4-8) Science and History Education

​Middle level (4-8) science/history education majors take 25 credit hours of science and history content for their concentration.​

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B.S. in PreK-4 Elementary Education

​PreK-4 elementary education majors are exposed to real-life teaching situations during field experiences, student teaching and on-campus oppportunities. ​

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French Major Leading to K-12 Certification in French

Students majoring in French leading to K-12 certification in French take 73 credit hours of major coursework and are exposed to real-life teaching situations during field experiences and student teaching.

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