Bachelor Degrees in Education

2017-18 Vincennes University Education Department Student Teachers.

Bachelor of Science Degree in Special Education, Mild Intervention, Elementary Education K-6

This program features a unique dual licensure program that is designed to prepare teacher candidates to teach in both elementary K - 6th grade  and special education classrooms, Kindergarten - 12th  grade.  The program features research-based instructional practices, effective classroom management techniques, the integration of assistive and instructional technology, and a focus on inclusive practices that are appropriate for today‚Äôs diverse student needs.

Specialized Professional Association:  Association for Childhood Education International (CEC)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized

 

Specialized Professional Association:  Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized

 

Ann Herman
Chair Education Department
Elementary and Special Education Faculty
110 Summers Center
812-888-5789
aherman@vinu.edu

 

Lisa Ader
Elementary and Special Education Faculty
108 Summers Center
812-888-4011
lader@vinu.edu

 

Dr. Jonathan Leonard
Elementary Education Faculty
116 Summers Center
812-888- 5951 
jleonard@vnu.edu

 

Tara Norman
Education Coordinator
109 Summers Center
812-888-4148
tnorman@vinu.edu

Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Education

This program prepares candidates to teach mathematics to students in a middle level or high school setting, Grades 5-12.  Students may choose to pursue either a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics Education. 

Brian Christopher
Math Education Faculty
Updike Center
bchristopher@vinu.edu 

 

Cathy Strange
Math Education Faculty
cstrange@vinu.edu 

 

Specialized Professional Association:  National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized with Conditions

 

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Science Education

This program is designed to prepare candidates to teach science to students in a school setting, Grades 5-12.  Students may choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science in four content areas:  

  1. Chemistry

  2. Earth and Space Science

  3. Biology

  4. Physics

Aaron Bruck
Science Education Faculty
Updike Center
(812) 888-5705
abruck@vinu.edu

 

Specialized Professional Association:  National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

Current Status:  Nationally Recognized 

    

 

Accreditation

The Education Program at Vincennes University is accredited by NCATE

Accrediting Agency:  Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)

Mailing Address: 

1140 19th ST. NW,  Suite 400
Washington DC
20063

Phone: 202-223-0077

Email: caepsone11@caepnet.org

Website: caepnet.org

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