The Greensboro College Teacher Education Program has been recognized as a leader in teacher preparation in North Carolina.
Through in-class and hands-on learning, such as internships and field experiences, education majors gain real classroom experience and enter the profession as highly qualified teachers. Learning in a supportive, interactive environment that focuses on ethics, codes of conduct and professional teaching standards, students will examine their biases, dispositions and values, and build their potential to make the world a better place by dedicating their lives to future generations.
Students focus on educating and caring for children from birth through kindergarten.Learn More
Students focus on educating and caring after elementary-aged children from kindergarten through sixth grade.Learn More
Students interested and committed to teaching language arts and social studies can earn a bachelor of arts degree in secondary education.Learn More
Students interested and committed to teaching math and science to middle school children can earn a bachelor of science degree in secondary education.Learn More
Students focus on educating and caring for children of all ages with special needs. This program was the first in North Carolina, and it remains one of the top education programs at Greensboro College.Learn More
For students who want to give families and children their voices in the community to fulfill their dreams and goals.Learn More
As we share our excitement for teaching and learning, we hope to inspire future teachers to share their own excitement with their future students as well.
On Friday night, January 24 (early Saturday morning), the college will experience an Internet outage of up to 30 minutes while one of its Internet providers performs planned network maintenance. The outage should occur between midnight and 2:30 a.m.