Dean: Jacqueline M. McDowell, Cook Hall Telephone: (706) 236-2202 Fax (706) 238-5827
The Charter School of Education and Human Sciences offers courses and field experiences in teacher education, psychology, kinesiology, and family studies. Five majors and two minors are offered through the Charter School.
- Early Childhood Education (B.S.) for teaching pre-kindergarten to grade 5
- Exercise Science (B.S.)
- Middle-Grades Education (B.S.) for teaching grades 4-8
- Secondary Education (For teaching grades 6 - 12 students must complete a dual major in one of the following areas: English, biology, chemistry, history, mathematics, political science, or physics. For teaching grades P - 12, students must complete a dual major in one of the following areas: Art, French, German, Music, or Spanish.)
- Psychology (B.A./B.S.)
Additionally the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences offers minors in Family Studies and Psychology.
Effective professionals in education and psychology rely upon a strong knowledge base, intensive training, a strong code of ethics and significant and varied experience. The programs in the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences are innovative, academically challenging and field-based. Exciting opportunities are available for students with an interest in research to work with faculty on a variety of projects.
Berry College offers a Master of Arts in Teaching in early childhood (P - 5) education, in middle grades (4 - 8) education, and in secondary (6 -12) education; a Master of Education degree in early childhood (P - 5), middle grades (4 - 6) education, reading; and curriculum and instruction. Also offered are Education Specialist degrees in Educational Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction. Details regarding these programs, admission requirements and course credits may be secured from the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences office, the dean of admissions or the Graduate Catalog. More information is available at http://www.berry.edu/academics/education/graduate.
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