Daytona State's bachelor of science degree programs in education will prepare you to design, and develop needed competencies for you to be successful in today's classrooms. While enrolled in our programs. you will spend many hours in college classrooms, in front of a computer, and in public K-12 schools in Volusia and Flagler counties.
Degree programs include:
- BS in Elementary Education (K-6)/ESOL Endorsement/Reading Endorsement
- BS in Exceptional Student Education (K-12)/ESOL Endorsement/Reading Endorsement
- BS in Secondary Math Education (6-12)
- BS in Secondary Biology Education (6-12)
- BS in Secondary Earth/Space Science Education (6-12)
These are fully accredited, state-approved programs that fulfill the education courses, professional education competencies, and practical experience required to obtain a five-year Educator's Certificate in their respective disciplines. The programs include state endorsements in Reading and ESOL for students majoring in Elementary Education and Exceptional Student Education. Students in these programs are required to perform a field experience in public schools and complete one semester in a full-time student internship in a K-12 public school in Flagler or Volusia County.
For students majoring in Secondary Mathematics and Secondary Science:
ESOL - Secondary Mathematics and Secondary Science majors will have completed ESOL infused course work in their content, which will qualify them to teach their content area with ESOL modifications and strategies to ESOL students. This is not a full ESOL endorsement, but it will satisfy the requirement that meets the Florida Consent Decree stipulations for content area teachers.
Reading - Secondary Mathematics and Secondary Science Education majors will graduate with the first two reading endorsement competencies (Reading 1 and Reading 2).