Students are trained to become a Christian educator, administrator, or assistant who is well-instructed in all areas of Christian education. As a freshman, students will begin implementing training in an actual classroom or school office setting.

The Religious Education major includes Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Education Administration (4-year), Education Administration (2-year), and Educational Assistant divisions.

Elementary Education (a 4-year program) prepares the student to teach in the Christian school at the Primary and Elementary levels.
Secondary Education (a 4-year program) prepares the student to teach in the Christian school at the Junior High and High School levels.

Education Administration (as a 4-year program) prepares the student to work in the Christian school as a Principal or Vice Principal.
Education Administration (as a 2-year program) prepares the student to work in the Christian school as an aide to the Principal.

Educational Assistant (a 2-year program) prepares the student to work in the Christian school as a Teacher’s assistant.

Key Classes in Religious Education

  • Teaching Methods, ED100

    An in-depth study explaining and demonstrating the most effective methods of teaching and reaching children, with emphasis on story-telling and visual aids. 

  • Philosophy of Education, ED302

    A study placing Christian education in its proper perspective with emphasis on its historical and philosophical development, in contrast to the secular humanism being taught in most public schools

  • Child Psychology, ED300

    A study of the development of a child as a whole, including spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social, and physical phases of a child's life. Emphasis will be on the teaching-learning process of spiritual development and the teaching of character. 

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