Bachelor of Science
Middle Grades Education

Middle Grades Education at Greenville University

A bachelor of science in middle grades education prepares and licenses you for a career teaching students in grades 5-8. Expand your options to teach various grade levels by adding a second major in elementary or secondary education.

Tracks for the middle grades education program include language arts, science, social studies, and math.  More than 300 hours of field experience in middle grade classrooms ensure that you will enter this rewarding field fully equipped.

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90% job placement
Ninety percent of graduates from Greenville University’s School of Education find work in the field of education within the first year after graduation.
99% pass rate on edTPA
Education students at GU currently have a 99% pass rate on the edTPA, a high-stakes test required in the State of Illinois for licensure.
300 classroom hours
Acquire more than 300 hours of field experience from rural to urban settings as you prepare to educate the “whole child.”

Why GU

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Four years, two majors, one degree. Complete dual licensure requirements for middle grades and elementary education (grades 1-8), or complete dual licensure requirements for middle grades and secondary education (grades 5-12) in a four-year bachelor’s degree.

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Accreditation. Our School of Education is accredited through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).

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Character Education.  Learn to educate the “whole child” and receive a nationally recognized certification in character education from Character Plus.

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Middle Grades Education, BS Success Story

Success Stories

I decided to come to GU because I love the community here. I was surrounded by great people that really invested in me and always pushed me to be greater than I formally was.

-Johnny Milabu

Program Requirements

Visit the Online Undergraduate Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.