Dominican University School of Education
The Department of Education develops educators who demonstrate moral and ethical purpose, apply current educational and information literacy theories, use intercultural knowledge in the classroom, and sustain professional excellence to serve the needs of a democratic and diverse society.
Quality programs in Teacher Preparation since 1924
Dominican graduates are student-centered educators who use a wide variety of instructional strategies to meet the needs of California's diverse school-age population. We expect our graduates to play an active role in making a positive difference in their students' lives.
We offer a Bachelor's Degree program in Liberal Studies/Teacher Education, a Dual Degree/Dual Teaching Credential program, a Master of Science in Education and a number of Teaching Credential programs at our two locations, San Rafael and Ukiah.
BA Liberal Studies/Teacher Preparation Program
The Blended Liberal Studies/Teacher Preparation Program is designed for candidates who have decided, early on, to be an elementary school teacher. This major is multidisciplinary and leads to both a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and a Multiple-Subject Teaching Credential in four years. The program integrates a variety of perspectives including humanities, science, mathematics, social science and pedagogy. As a result, the program equips candidates to make a difference–not just as teachers, but also as members of society.
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