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Study Abroad
International experiences are provided to candidates in the School of Education in order to assist the candidates in the understanding of and participation in a global society.

Certification Areas & Degree Requirements

School of Education Undergraduate Programs

Teacher Preparation Program

The Baylor University School of Education offers undergraduate routes that terminate in a bachelors degree and teacher certification. The School of Education prepares individuals to be leaders in today's educational arenas. We expect our graduates to have opportunities to impact the lives of others, children as well as adults, therefore, a major focus of our undergraduate programs is to prepare you to be a compassionate leader and a decision maker in the personal and professional environments in which you live.

Minor/Concentration in Secondary Education

The School of Education offers a minor in secondary education for students majoring in Math, Biology, Health Science Studies, or History. These lead to teacher certification for those content areas. For more information, check the 4-year plans.

Minor in Educational Psychology

The Department of Educational Psychology offers a minor in Educational Psychology, with 9 core hours and two tracks in either organizational behavior or communication. For courses, click here.

Minor in Leadership Studies

The School of Education offers a minor in Leadership Studies through the Department of Educational Administration. For more information, visit the Leadership Minor page.

Join us in the School of Education

If you are seeking an opportunity to develop both your leadership ability and area-specific knowledge base, the Baylor University School of Education is the place for you. You will be a part of innovative programs designed for changing and improving the world for both present and future generations. We invite you to become a part of the School of Education's cadre of learners. We want to assist you in becoming a distinctive leader, both morally and intellectually, in your chosen profession.



Come be a stakeholder in our effort to develop an exciting and a different kind of professional leadership.