Undergraduate Education Degrees
Drexel University School of Education
The School of Education offers a variety of undergraduate education degree programs, and each one offers a solid foundation in educational theory and practical, hands-on learning. Drexel students graduate prepared to make a difference in today’s changing classrooms.
Types of Bachelor's Degrees in Education at Drexel University
Bachelor's in Elementary Education Degree
Drexel’s elementary education students gain an early childhood education degree and the skills they need to help young learners thrive. Certifications are available for grades PreK–4 and 4–8.
Bachelor's in Secondary Education Degree
In the secondary education degree program, Drexel students learn the best practices for teaching and supporting learners in grades 7–12 while earning a bachelor's degree in education. This program has a strong emphasis on technology and STEM subject areas.
BS/MS in Education Degree (Five-Year Program)
The Drexel Bachelor's and Master's Five-Year Accelerated Degree Programs provide a unique opportunity for incoming freshmen who wish to acquire their teaching certification and continue on in an area of specialization.
Education Minor Degrees & Teaching Certifications in Education
Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Innovation
This program is open to all students as a concentration within a bachelor's degree program or as a stand-alone credential.
Education Minor Degree
The education minor degree program allows students who are not majoring in education to work toward teacher certification or careers in corporate training or human resource development.
Sport Coaching Leadership Minor Degree
The sport coaching leadership minor degree program is open to all majors and gives students foundational knowledge about coaching and managing athletes at various levels.
Alternative Teacher Certification for Non-Majors
Students who are working toward undergraduate degrees in fields other than education and students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree may work toward teacher certification through the alternative teacher certification program.