Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Computer Science Education (6-12), Licensure
The B.Ed. in Computer Science Education (6-12) is designed for individuals who do not have an initial teaching license. This is the perfect program for individuals interested in earning a license in Computer Science Education. Field experience requirements will be completed early and often in the field of special education and culminate in a 16-week student teaching semester. Licensure in the state of Virginia requires that you meet all necessary criteria. Upon successful completion of Liberty University’s Virginia state-approved B.Ed. program, you may apply for your teaching license in another state through reciprocity, which may or may not result in additional requirements based on your state’s Department of Education regulations. For state approval information, visit www.Liberty.edu/StateApprovals.
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accredits Liberty University. CAEP promotes excellence in educator preparation through content and pedagogy, clinical partnerships and practice, candidate recruitment, progression and support, program impact, and quality assurance and continuous improvement. Liberty University meets rigorous national standards for educator preparation set by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
- Degree Plan – Residential
- Practicum Courses (Field Experiences): EDUC 189, EDUC 289, and EDUC 389
- Professional Semester (Student Teaching): EDST 477 and EDST 480/481
- 3.0 GPA
The mission of the School of Education at Liberty University is to develop competent professionals with a Biblical worldview for Christian, public, and private schools. The faculty of the School of Education has delineated the dispositions that you should reflect in your program:
- Displays a sense of social responsibility
- Demonstrates commitment/work ethic
- Demonstrates reflective practice
- Displays personal Integrity
- Displays professionalism