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Prospective Students

Why a BSEd @ Baylor School of Education?


National Recognition:

Baylor SOE’s program is accredited nationally, in addition to state accreditation. Baylor was cited as a “leading edge program” for clinical teacher preparation in a national study.

High Quality:

Graduates’ pass rate on the state-mandated exam is 100 percent. And Baylor teacher candidates, faculty, programs and alumni are recognized regularly for achievements. (Meet 2015 Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year Whitney Crews, a Baylor School of Education alumna.)

Clinical Experience:

Baylor teacher candidates gain deep confidence through six semesters of faculty-guided fieldwork, beginning the freshman year.

Engaged Faculty:

SOE faculty members are committed to teaching research-based instruction and classroom management. The low student-faculty ratio means students develop meaningful mentor relationships with faculty.

Making a Difference:

As a Baylor education student, you will be part of the instructional program in a real school setting during your first year. This early clinical experience helps you both confirm your calling to be an educator and begin to fulfill it immediately.

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Baylor University's Education Living Learning Center (LLC), located in the newly renovated South Russell Hall, offers a dynamic on-campus home for anyone aspiring to work in the field of education. The Education LLC will create a community of learners who are like-minded and equipped to transform the world. School of Education students will also have the opportunity to take some of their required classes in the LLC, ensuring a truly integrated learning experience.

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More SOE Info:

• Quick Facts: SOE Undergraduate Programs
• Undergraduate Majors in Education
• What Former Students Say
• Scholarships for SOE students


For more information about what types of programs are offered by the School of Education, see the listing of available programs on the Undergraduate or the Graduate link. If you would like more information or if you have questions regarding the programs offered, you may contact us at 254/710-3111 or via email at [email protected].