Transfer--Secondary and Elementary Education

These education programs satisfy lower-division requirements (first two years/general education) for a bachelor’s degree.

Since secondary education is not a major at the baccalaureate level, you will select a content area major and minor from disciplines taught in high school.

Typical content areas are: mathematics, English, history, science, agriculture, foreign language, industrial arts or art.

Courses in your major and minor should be selected in consultation with an advisor.

The KCC advantage

  • Convenient course offerings emphasize current and practical teaching strategies.
  • Courses are taught by instructors with public school teaching experience.
  • Opportunities to observe and network with local public school educators.
  • Undecided students can start at KCC with foundations courses and declare a major after transferring.
  • You can complete an associate degree at KCC in two years. Then, transfer and finish your junior and senior years at a four-year college to earn a bachelor’s degree.