Combine a love for math and teaching into a valuable degree at John Brown University. Getting a degree in mathematics education at JBU ensures each student will receive instructions from high caliber teachers who have experience teaching both collegiate, elementary, middle and high school math.
Earning an education degree at John Brown University provides students with an in-depth, experiential education. From the first semester, students observe teachers in local elementary or high schools in order to gain real classroom experience and connect with the local community.
Classes like educational psychology, differentiated learning, foundation of mathematics, vector calculus and more, give students a strong foundation in the basics of education while field experience provides hands on experience. Each student works with teachers who are related to the student’s licensure level in either elementary, middle or high schools.
The Division of Education offers degrees that qualify students for an Arkansas Teaching License in Early Childhood Education (P-4) and Secondary School Education (7-12). The JBU Division of Education is approved by the Arkansas State Department of Education and accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Education (NCATE).
Whether students want to teach locally or overseas, obtaining a degree at John Brown University provides students with relevant classroom experience and a Christ-centered education model.