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School of Education

TRUE EDUCATION reproduces the mind of Christ in the life of the believer because it is based on the Word of God. Crown College is committed to training Christian educators who know God and His Word, who will be academically and skillfully prepared, exerting godly influence upon the generation to come.

Three programs are offered in the School of Education – Bachelor of Science in Elementary (4-year), Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (4-year), and Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education (2-year).  

 These programs focus on teaching as a ministry and not just as a profession. It will equip you with the knowledge and skill required to effectively serve Christ whether it be in a traditional classroom setting, in a home school or tutoring environment, at home or anywhere in the world.

 

Mrs. Kristi Sexton

Dean, School of Education

The School of Education equips students to…

 

  • Articulate the Scriptural mandate for Christ-centered, biblically based education.
  • Utilize pedagogically sound practices in any educational setting with the proper application of assessment and educational technology.
  • Broaden critical thinking and communication skills in order to adapt to various learning environments.
  • Adapt curriculum to meet the needs of diverse learners using appropriate teaching methods.
  • Employ effective classroom management techniques to foster a healthy and positive learning environment.
  • Demonstrate Christ-like character and professional disposition.
  • Apply knowledge, skills, and methodology through a rigorous teaching internship in a structured, established environment.

Elementary Education

Bachelor of Science

•  Provides students with the tools necessary to become skilled, resourceful, innovative Christian educators in grades K through 8.

•  Achieve mastery of graded content through application, critical analysis, and synthesis of the subjects.

•  Receive specialized instruction in reading methodology, curriculum development, and classroom management.

•  Practice their knowledge and skills in a classroom internship under the supervision of a veteran educator in an established and distinctive Christian school.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

EN101

Grammar and Composition I

3

HI101

History of Civilization I

3

MAEL101

Mathematics Elective

3

OR100

Freshman Orientation

1

 

 Credit Hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

EN104

Grammar and Composition II

3

EN122

Speech

3

HI102

History of Civilization II

3

MI103

Introduction to Missions

2

 

 Credit Hours:

16

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI206

Principles and Methods of Bible Study

2

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

ED325

Educational Technology

3

ED322

Theology of Christian Education

3

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

SC103

Physical Science and Lab

4

 

Credit Hours:

  18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI203

Methods of Bible Teaching

2

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

ED241

Principles/Methods of Education

2

ED297

Education Practicum

1

EN204

American Literature

3

HI120

World Geography

2

SC104

Biological Science and Lab

4

 

Credit Hours:

17

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

ED316

Teaching Reading

3

ED301

Teaching Physical Education (Elementary)

3

ED311

Children’s Literature

3

ED320

Teaching History and Geography

2

ED323

Human Growth and Development

3

ED344

Tests and Measurements

3

 

Credit Hours:

17

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI EL302

Bible Elective

2

ED312

Teaching Bible (Elementary)

3

ED317

Teaching Language Arts

3

ED318

Teaching Math

3

ED324

Elementary Classroom Management

2

ED326

Teaching Reading II

3

 

Credit Hours:

16

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

CM442

Marriage & Family

2

ED212

Penmanship

1

ED319

Teaching Science

3

ED431

Education of the Exceptional Child

2

ED435

Elementary Curriculum and Procedures

3

HI476

America’s Founding Fathers

3

HI491

Baptist History and Distinctives

3

 

 Credit Hours:

17

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

ED486

Elementary Education Teaching Internship

12

OR400

Senior Forum

1

 

Credit Hours:

13

Secondary Education

Bachelor of Science

•  Provides students with the tools necessary to become skilled, resourceful, and innovative Christian educators in grades 9 through 12.

•  Students choose both major and minor teaching fields. Options include business, English, history, mathematics, music education, and physical or biological science.

•  Students have the opportunity to practice their knowledge and skills in a classroom internship under the supervision of a veteran educator in an established and distinctive Christian school.

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI101

Old Testament Survey

3

BU141

Office Computer Applications

3

CM121

Personal Evangelism

2

EN101

Grammar and Composition I

3

HI101

History of Civilization I

3

MA122

Introductory Algebra

3

OR100

Freshman Orientation

1

 

 Credit Hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI102

New Testament Survey

3

CM132

Living the Christian Life

2

EN104

Grammar and Composition II

3

EN122

Speech

3

HI102

History of Civilization II

3

MI103

Introduction to Missions

2

 

Credit Hours:

16

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI206

Principles and Methods of Bible Study

2

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

PS101

Introduction to Psychology

3

ED322

Theology of Christian Education

3

MJEL201

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

SC103

Physical Science and Lab

4

 

Credit Hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI203

Methods of Bible Teaching

2

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

ED241

Principles/Methods of Education

2

ED297

Education Practicum

1

EN204

American Literature

3

MJEL202

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MJEL203

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

 

Credit Hours:

17

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

ED323

Human Growth and Development

3

ED344

Tests and Measurements

3

BIEL301

Bible Elective

2

MJEL301

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL300

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL301

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

 

Credit Hours:

17

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

CM443

Marriage and Family

2

HI120

World Geography

2

BIEL302

Bible Elective

2

MJEL302

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MJEL303

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL302

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL303

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

 

Credit Hours:

18

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

HI476

America’s Founding Fathers

3

HI491

Baptist History and Distinctives

3

MJEL400

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MJEL401

Major Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL400

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

MNEL401

Minor Teaching Area Elective

3

 

Credit Hours:

18

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

ED487

Secondary Education Teaching Internship

12

OR400

Senior Forum

1

 

Credit Hours:

13

Early Childhood Education

Associate of Science

•  Articulate a biblical philosophy of Christ-centered, Bible-based Christian education

•  Use effective teaching methods and technologies appropriate for pre-school age children

•  Apply effective management of pre-school children, including use of materials, discipline, and procedures

•  Observe best practices for the safety, health, and well being of pre-school children

FALL SEMESTER  
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BU141 Office Computer Applications 3
CM121 Personal Evangelism 2
EN101 Grammar and Composition I 3
HI101 History of Civilization I 3
MAEL Math Elective (MA122 recommended) 3
OR100 Freshman Orientation 1
 

 Credit Hours:

18
SPRING SEMESTER    
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
CM132 Living the Christian Life 2
ED241 Principles/Methods of Education 2
ED297 Education Practicum 1
ED104 Grammar and Composition II 3
EN122 Speech 3
HI102 History of Civilization II 3

Credit Hours:

17

FALL SEMESTER

 

 

BI211

Bible Doctrine I

3

ED301

Teaching Physical Education

3

ED311

Children’s Literature

3

ED316

Teaching Reading

3

ED431

Education of the Exceptional Child

2

ED323

Human Growth and Development

3

 

Credit Hours:

17

SPRING SEMESTER

 

 

BI212

Bible Doctrine II

3

BU162

Personal Finance

3

ED290

Internship (Ages Birth-5 years)

3

ED312

Teaching Bible (Elementary)

3

ED324

Elementary Classroom Management

2

SCEL

Science Elective (SC111 recommended)

3

OR400

Senior Forum

1

 

Credit Hours:

18