The Bachelor of Science in Education Exceptional Student Education is eligible for a Florida Professional Certification in ESE K-12, Reading, and ESOL-English to Speakers of Other Languages. The
B.S. in ESE is designed to qualify its graduates to teach ESE placements for
inclusive and self-contained settings in grades K-12.
Admission to Broward
College does not constitute admission to the Teacher Education Program; a
supplemental application is also required. Students must meet all Teacher
Education Program admission requirements
before acceptance into the program. In
addition to the required coursework, students must pass the Florida Teacher
Certification Exams. Students desiring to enter a general education classroom at
the elementary school level may complete this program and take an optional
subject area exam in Elementary Education K-6.
The Bachelor of Science in Education uses a 2+2 model requiring the completion
of an Associate of Arts Degree, from a regionally accredited college or university for
entry into the program; these must include 36 hours of General Education Core Requirements, as well as the lower division requirement course: EDF 1005 Introduction to the Teaching Profession.
Once accepted into the Teacher Education Program, you can receive your bachelor's degree in education in as little as two years, or five semesters. Morning, afternoon, and evening classes are offered on all three Broward College campuses: North, Central, and South. Blended and fully online classes are limited and also available. Graduation Requirements:
To graduate students must successfully demonstrate the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices, GPA 2.5 or above, completion of required field hours, and passing scores on all three Florida Teacher Certification Exams.
*Admission requirements are subject to change. It is the applicants responsibility to ensure that he/she has met all requirements for admission.