Warner University provides an accelerated, adult Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies degree program for those interested in earning a degree faster than many traditional programs. The program may be completed in as little as 16 months through the accelerated educational format. Students within the program may strengthen and expand the skills that are needed to instruct within a Florida school. Courses within the program are focused on the implementation of course content within the public school classroom. The B.A. Educational Studies program offers students a small student-to-teacher ratio classes with professional instructors with real-world experience.
Students must complete a total of 50 semester credits. The total credits may be fulfilled through the completion of 16 required core courses. Some of the required courses are Teaching Reading in the Content Areas, Intro to Lang. Arts & Student Literature, and Teaching from a Christian World View. Students have the opportunity to take courses either on campus two nights a week or completely online. Each course takes eight weeks to complete. The program also accepts credit from regionally accredited colleges and universities, CLEP, DANTES and military training.
The program’s curriculum will cover a variety of topics within the field of educational studies. Courses will cover topics such as technology used for teaching, human development, educational testing, and diagnostic teaching strategies. Students should gain experience in assisting behavior management in the classroom, teaching methods, and researching current topics within education. Courses will also interpret content within the Bible and the Christian faith.
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