B.S. in Elementary Education
Avila University’s Bachelor of Science Elementary Education is an online degree program designed for adult degree completers, working professionals, and adult students with family responsibilities. This program recognizes the importance of classroom and field-based instruction. The curriculum provides teacher candidates with multiple opportunities to work in elementary classrooms throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area. Throughout the program, professors will prepare teacher candidates to be quality teachers who positively impact the learning of children and youth. The degree program prepares Avila students to teach elementary (grades 1-6), students.
Bachelor’s degree for working adults
Our online classes are conveniently formatted for students to continue to work while taking classes. The classes, professors, and culture allow busy, working adults to become successful students. This program will enhance your life, both personally and professionally.
- Rolling enrollment and well-established undergraduate and graduate programs. Avila has a long (20+ year) reputation of serving students just like you.
- Flexible class schedules to fit your lifestyle. 100% online. Accelerated academic terms. As we appreciate the uniqueness in every person, we have programs that adapt to your personal needs and professional aspirations.
- Professional, real-world professors. Learn from those who know best! Our instructors are successful professionals who understand adult students and eagerly share their expertise with you.
- A value-based educational experience, as a non-profit University we are committed to the development of the whole person. We want to Inspire you to Inspire others.
At Avila we understand that learning takes place outside the classroom. Through the Council on Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) you can earn college credit through transfer, prior learning portfolio, correspondence, military service, and standardized tests. To get credit for what you already know, see our page on Prior Learning Assessment (PLA).