Undergraduate Programs - Major in Education
Drexel University School of Education
At the core of every great teacher is the desire to make a difference in someone’s life. It’s a noble goal and accomplishing it takes preparation, practice and dedication. As education adapts to new technologies, changing social and academic environments, and increasingly diverse student populations, teachers face a variety of challenges in their work. Drexel University’s School of Education aims to provide undergraduate students with the best undergraduate degree program experience, including a number of Education Studies curriculum to choose from.
Why Major In Educational Studies?
Drexel’s School of Education provides undergrad students with everything they need to succeed as teachers in today’s classrooms.
At Drexel, we design our education major programs to help undergraduates become effective, qualified teachers prepared to apply the best practices in modern environments. Through study, cooperative learning, and hands-on experiences, our many program options prepare students for careers in teaching early childhood through twelfth grade.
With a focus on urban education and effective teaching, Drexel’s undergraduate-level education programs emphasizes integration between the sciences and enhancing teaching with technology, two central components of every Drexel education.
Types of Education Programs and Majors
The School of Education offers the following types of early childhood education programs and other undergraduate educational studies programs:
How To Apply to the Drexel University Undergraduate Education Program
For instructions on how to apply for any Drexel University School of Education full-time, part-time, on-campus, and online program, please visit the School of Education admissions page.