Stevenson is committed to providing an expansive and solid educational foundation in the liberal arts. It is through this education that all Stevenson students—regardless of discipline—learn to meet the challenges of life, society, and the working world.
In the School of Education, teacher candidates are equipped with a strong foundation to build a successful career in education. All candidates study subjects closely related to their major and take courses in technology. Throughout the programs, the goal is to blend the liberal arts and the courses within the major to prepare candidates for life after Stevenson.
Programs of Study
The School of Education at Stevenson University offers three distinct majors:
What sets SU apart?
At SU, candidates develop one-on-one relationships with faculty members and other students, resulting in benefits that include:
In addition to mastering the liberal arts, math, and science content areas, candidates demonstrate skills in classroom management, lesson planning, and meeting the individual needs of their students. One component that makes Stevenson University’s approach distinctive is a focus on technology to improve instruction. Candidates learn how to use technology to ensure the success of their students in the classroom.
The School of Education prepares competent, highly qualified, and caring educators who:
Beyond the Classroom: Additional Opportunities in the School of Education
Teachers of Tomorrow
Teachers of Tomorrow is an all-inclusive group of active, motivated future teachers who participates in various campus events; attend local and national conferences and host Stevenson’s
annual Bingo for a Cause to raise money to purchase school supplies for local school children.
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) is an International Honor Society in Education. The Stevenson chapter, Psi Omicron, provides professional development for its members and participates in community service and various other events. The Psi Omicron chapter has received several prestigious awards from KDP national headquarters.
Title II Report Card
Title II of the Higher Education Act requires that all institutions of higher education with teacher education programs report to their state education agencies and to the public on the performance of the program completers. Following is a portion of Appendix C of the U.S. Department of EducationTitle II Reference and Reporting Guide.
Annual Institutional Questionnaire on Teacher Preparation: Academic Year: 2010-2011
Section I Pass Rates
Praxis II Institution Pass Rates