Our Education Transfer program is designed to provide general and introductory education courses. These classes will help you work toward your goal of becoming a teacher. This program results in an Associate of Arts degree in Education Transfer. Your degree will make you eligible for employment as an Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Qualified Educational Aide.
If you are seeking teacher licensure, you will need to complete a 4-year degree in education at an accredited college or university.
In addition to teaching, you can also find employment in libraries, child care facilities and businesses that need employee trainers. Additional coursework and teaching experience can lead to positions as a counselor, principal, superintendent, or curriculum supervisor.
Our graduates have successfully transferred to some pretty awesome colleges. You'll find our alum at Ohio State, Marietta College, West Virginia University-Parkersburg, Ohio University, Ohio Valley University, and many more.
We want to keep you on track while you’re here, so be sure to work closely with your academic advisor. We want to make sure you’re taking courses that meet the requirements of the program you plan to pursue.
The basic curriculum provides for a major concentration in early childhood (3 to 8 years old). This course work will transfer to a variety of schools offering four- and five-year degree programs that lead to licensure.
Our program is designed to give you general education and introductory education courses you’ll need if you plan to get your teaching license. It aligns with the standards for pre-service teacher education programs in Ohio. We have also given specific attention to the guidelines of several accrediting agencies to help ensure your transition is seamless.
The education transfer program is designed to give you the general education courses you’ll need to transfer into a four- and five-year program in teacher education. Our middle years program gets you ready to teach children 9 to 13 years old. You will be required to take general education courses and a core of professional education courses. Additionally, you will need to take classes to give yourself two areas of concentration. You can choose from language arts, sciences, math, and social studies.
The basic curriculum provides for a major concentration in young adult (12 to 21 years old). These courses will transfer to a variety of schools offering four- and five-year degree programs that lead to teacher licensure. To graduate from this program you'll need a degree in your area of emphasis as well as your teaching license.