The Foundations of Education Bachelor of Arts degree at Waldorf University offers students the opportunity to gain entry into fields requiring a degree. Also, practitioner candidates who elect not to student teach, are not making satisfactory progress, or are not recommended for licensure after completing student teaching, may complete a Foundations of Education B.A.
Approval of Education Department required.
Education Core: Complete a 40-hour Education Core component, which includes an internship. Education courses including Music Education, Physical Education and Special Education are included.
Upper Division Courses: 40% of all coursework must be at the 300-400 level.
Grade Requirement: C- or above must be achieved in all courses in the major.
GPA: The B.A. in Foundations of Education would require a minimum GPA of 2.0.
Internship: An internship (typically 4-9 credits) must be completed and designed to give the Foundations of Education student practical experience in a field of their choice in a professional setting. The internship needs to be tailored to the student’s individual career interests.
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