The Bachelor’s degree in Education at Prescott College prepares students to teach in a variety of formal and non-formal settings from public schools to environmental education camps, to adventure education classrooms, to alternative schools. In all Prescott College programs, undergraduate students have the option of creating their own student- directed competence, with the assistance of their faculty adviser and graduation committee. These competences can be in one area of study, or could bridge multiple fields. Education students can weave together their education coursework with classes from Cultural and Regional Studies, Environmental Studies, the arts, or Psychology to craft their own emphasis areas.
"The Prescott College Education Department combines innovatory, accessible, quality curriculum with talented, experienced and knowledgeable faculty to provide our students with superior training to meet the contemporary needs of students with a high degree of skill, professionalism and expertise." - Centáe Richards, Ph.D., Associate Dean Education and Professional Preparation