Bachelor of Arts in Primary (P-5) / Special Education
Innovative Education Partnership
A unique education partnership with a local school district is changing the way Cedarville's School of Education prepares future teachers.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 100% of recent graduates from the School of Education were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Check out Cedarville’s other placement rates.
Excellence Leads Alumna to Bring Daughter to CU
Alumna Cathy Exline values her Cedarville primary (P-5) education experience so much that she is excited to have her daughter pursue a teaching degree at Cedarville as well.
School of Education Launches Professional JournalThe journal will have a wide variety of content written by Cedarville faculty and scholars from other universities and is set to debut this spring.
Learning to Serve Those with DisabilitiesWhen sophomore Ellen Davis was asked about her passions and hopes for the school of education, her childhood alongside a younger brother with Down syndrome inspired an advocacy event to encourage and educate her peers.
Reject, Redeem, ReceiveThe School of Education sends graduates into the world who have learned how to critically evaluate modern educational theories through a biblical worldview.
What a First Year!The first year at a new job is typically full of excitement, adjustments, and growth. But no one could have predicted the kind of first year that five recent graduates had adapting to the challenges brought on by a global health crisis.
Primary (P-5) Special Education Program Curriculum
Building on your general education liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take education foundations and methods courses as well as specific special education coursework.
- Faith and Learning Alignment
- Teaching Children with Mild to Moderate Disabilities