About This Program

Choose a specialization in American studies, English, or mathematics and computer technology.

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Springfield College’s renowned reputation for preparing leaders in human-helping professions, like teaching, offers an exceptional educational experience for individuals committed to dedicating their lives to educating children.

This dual program provides the professional skills and knowledge that undergraduate students need to successfuly work with elementary-aged students or students with special needs. The combination of coursework and real-world, hands-on learning gives dual licensure graduates the preparation and the confidence they need to manage a wide range of classroom experiences.

Through working in inclusion classrooms, students become highly skilled and effective elementary classroom teachers, and will learn a wide variety of teaching strategies. Most importantly, they’ll graduate with the know-how and ability to meet the needs of all children. They’ll learn from experienced faculty who are passionate about continuing to advance and strengthen the teaching profession at the elementary level.

Studying Elementary and Special Education At Springfield College

Aspiring Teacher Housing Award

The Aspiring Teacher Housing Award is given to a select 25 students accepted to teacher preparation programs at Springfield College. This award covers the cost of a double room in selected residence halls on campus for the four undergraduate years. 

An education student working with a child in an on-campus program.