The Education Program at Seminole State College prepares students to work in diverse educational environments. Once students complete their Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree, they can continue on the path to an education degree at a state or private institution.
Seminole State closely aligns its education courses with the University of Central Florida's College of Education, ensuring a seamless transfer for students.
- Flexible scheduling: Seminole State offers traditional day, evening and weekend classes, as well as online and hybrid (80 percent online) classes.
- Experienced faculty: All professors have been classroom teachers.
- Job placement: Seminole State's partnership with Seminole County Public Schools allows students to visit local schools, which may lead to job placement opportunities.
- Transfer Options: Seminole State offers prerequisite courses to prepare students for 13 upper-division teaching majors.
- UCF at Seminole State: Earn a bachelor's degree without leaving Seminole State. UCF's College of Education at Seminole State offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Elementary Education.
- Educator Preparation Institution (EPI): If you have a bachelor's degree, earn your teaching certification within nine months.