Middle Level Education
About Middle Level Education at USC Aiken
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Level Education provides preparation for teaching in primary grades, particularly grades 5-8. Our students can choose from any two of the following areas of concentration: Science, Social Studies, English, and Math.
Through coursework and field experiences, the middle level education curriculum provides multiple opportunities for candidates to obtain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to meet the standards established by the South Carolina Department of Education.
Teaching Fellows Program
The South Carolina Teaching Fellows Program is a scholarship program for qualified South Carolina high school students who wish to pursue a degree in education and a career in South Carolina’s public schools following graduation. Administered by the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement, the program provides a $24,000 scholarship/ loan over 4 years for up to 200 outstanding high school seniors. The University of South Carolina Aiken (USC Aiken) is one of only twelve (12) institutions in the state identified as a Teaching Fellows Institution. For more information on the Teaching Fellows program, click here.
The School of Education also provides internships for students, for available forms click here.
The program provides teacher education candidates with a wide range of practical experiences in public and private education settings. Each teacher education candidate is given a broad liberal arts and general education foundation as well as specific information regarding middle level education.
You can find more information about career options by visiting What Can I Do With This Major?
USC Aiken Career Services offers numerous resources which provide more information about career opportunities for students in this major.
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