Bachelor of Science

Elementary Education Grades K-6

As you earn your B.S. in Elementary Education at Lynn, you’ll gain a solid foundation in teaching skills and classroom management.

But knowing how to teach is different from knowing what to teach—and both are equally important. That’s why we’ll provide you with opportunities to observe in an elementary classroom setting for each and every undergraduate course you take.

And you won’t just observe. Once you’ve grown familiar with teaching, you’ll have the chance to manage an elementary classroom yourself for a full semester, including creating lesson plans, instructing students and maintaining authority.

Optional Specializations

The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Grades K-6 degree program also allows for an optional specialization in either of the two following areas. This specialization can be completed without adding additional time to the four-year degree plan.

Exceptional Student Education - Learn how best to help the students who need you most. Your courses will place an extra emphasis on working with students who have diverse learning, social and emotional needs, providing you the education and experience necessary to guide all of your students to success.

Independent Schools Elementary Education - Grasp the difference between public schools and their independent counterparts—including private, charter, boarding and international schools.

Request information about the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Grades K-6. Or, if you’re ready, apply now.

Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Teacher
  • Childcare provider

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

The curriculum at Lynn gets a lot of attention for being innovative and future-focused. Instead of only taking pre-requisite classes for your first year, you can start studying the subjects that interest you right away.

And as an education major, you’ll research topics in child development, literacy and classroom management. See the full program details:

Last modified: Oct. 14, 2013