COMPLETE YOUR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION ONLINE
Whether you envision yourself teaching a variety of important subjects to diverse elementary-aged students, focusing on teaching a single subject to middle and high school kids, or making a difference by teaching children with special needs, the NCU Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree completion program can help you complete your degree work for the teaching profession (Rio Salado transfers only). Northcentral University’s Bachelor of Education (BEd) online program provides you a unique opportunity to complete and earn a Bachelor of Education degree (and Teacher Certification for the State of Arizona**). Featuring Northcentral University’s BEd 3+1 degree completion program, NCU makes it possible for you to start your degree at the community college level and complete it online at the university level.
Whether you imagine yourself teaching a variety of important subjects to elementary-aged students, teaching a single subject to middle and high school kids, or teaching children with special needs, NCU’s online bachelor's in education degree completion program can help you get into the teaching profession — all while gaining a wealth of experience from your mentoring professors. This BEd 3+1 online bachelor's in education degree completion program is the only one of its kind certified by the Arizona Department of Education. No other bachelor of education program can match Northcentral University’s uniquely flexible approach, which includes weekly course starts to fit your schedule. Featuring NCU’s mentoring model, you’ll experience one-to-one, individualized interaction with our professionally-seasoned professors, all of whom hold doctoral degrees. And you can transfer as many as 90 credits that you’ve earned elsewhere, including junior college credits.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION: PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
3 professionally relevant specializations
Total Credit Hours: 30 Credit Hours*
Courses: 10 Courses
Recommended Completion Time: 20 Months
Next Start Date: Every Monday
Classroom Size: One
Important Information for Students, Including Gainful Employment
Performance Fact Sheets available for residents of California
*Bachelor's programs are completion only and require 120 total credits. View the course catalog to determine the exact number required based on previous education.
**Students should check with their state and districts regarding local licensure requirements and applicability of our programs.