If you dream of a career as a teacher, the Education Department at Randolph College prepares you to become a leader in education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Complementing a strong liberal arts foundation, a well-planned sequence of professional education courses and multiple field experiences prepare you to enter the classroom with enthusiasm and confidence.
In addition to the new graduate program in education, the College will continue to offer teacher licensure.
The education program emphasizes:
The Randolph College education program helps you develop the skills you need to become an effective teacher, including an understanding of:
If you are interested in obtaining a teaching license, the Curricular Studies Major fulfills the State of Virginia content area requirements for elementary education teaching licensure. In addition, the education program offers licensure in:
Add-on endorsement areas include:
Algebra I (6–12)
The State of Virginia has reciprocal licensure agreements with 44 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico.
Our Career Development Center works with you one-on-one to help with your job search or applications for graduate school. If you want to supplement your Randolph College degree with a graduate degree in education by pursuing an M.Ed., a Ph.D., or an Ed.D., the Career Development Center can also provide assistance with preparation for graduate school.