Start earning your Bachelor's Degree in Education now and save thousands!
Daytona State College offers its seven Bachelor of Science in Education degree tracks for $10,000 or less to Florida students entering college for the first time! That's a savings of $3,000 and less than half the cost of a state university.
Choose from the following degree tracks:
- Elementary Education (K-6)
- Exceptional Student Education (K-12)
- Secondary Mathematics Education (6-12)
- Secondary Biology Education (6-12)
- Secondary Earth/Space Science Education (6-12)
- Secondary Chemistry Education (6-12)
- Secondary Physics Education (6-12)
$10,000 Bachelor in Education program requirements:
Daytona State's $10,000 Bachelor in Education degree program is a 2+2-style program
where your final 30 credit hours are tuition free.
In addition to being Florida residents entering college for the first time, students also must:
- earn a minimum of 9 credits through advance placement, international baccalaureate or dual enrollment courses while in high school;
- earn their associate of arts degree within 66 attempted credit hours and carry a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average;
- formally apply to the Bachelor of Science in Education program;
- earn a "C" or better in all program courses.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Amy Ringue, Academic Chair-School of Education
Tel: (386) 506-3528