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Education Pathway


Lead, Inspire, Teach.

The Education Pathway at Broward College provides future educators with the qualifications and training to enable them to effectively impact teaching and learning in our community.
Broward College has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s leading colleges for teacher education. Whether you are looking to become a teacher or advance in your teaching career, the Education Program can help. We offer several degree programs, teaching certificates, continuing teacher education for current teachers, and classroom placement assistance. 
Benefits of a Career in Education:
  • The opportunity to inspire and help others
  • Excellent compensation, retirement, and health benefits
  • Paid time off
  • Opportunities for career growth
Why Choose Broward College?
Affordable Degree Options
Broward College offers qualifying students a four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Education for $10,000. Given that a comparable degree at other local colleges is offered more than twice that cost at approximately $24,000, this is an opportunity worth exploring for any student considering a career in education. The $10,000 degree focuses on creating teachers in the STEM field. 
Job Placement Programs
At Broward College, our services don’t end at graduation. We are committed to assisting our Education Program graduates and participants in finding the best career opportunities in their field. Our Field Experience Placement gives Education Degree students the opportunity to obtain valuable work experience within a classroom prior to graduation. After graduation, our team assists with job opportunities for graduates of our program. 
The 2+2 Program Guaranteed University Transfer Program
Students who have received an AA degree from Broward College are guaranteed admission with 60 semester hours into the State University System.* This provides a seamless transition into a Bachelor’s degree program in Education and can save students considerable time and money.  
* See Broward College Transfer Agreements,


Interested in learning more about the Education Pathway?  See our event schedule below.

Early Childhood Education Online Informational
Zoom link: 
1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Teacher Education Program Online Informational
Zoom link: 
7:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
iCAN STEM Seminar 
South Campus, Bldg 65 (Gym)
9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.
​Early Childhood Education Online Informational

​1:00 p.m.- 1:30 p.m.
​Education Pathway Marketplace
​Central Campus, Bldg 19 (Mall Area)
​2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
​Teacher Education Program Online Informational

​7:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
​iCAN STEM Seminar 
​Central Campus, Bldg 1008, Room 105
​9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
​ECE Online Informational

​1:00 - 1:30 p.m.
​TEP Online Informational 

​7:00 p.m - 7:30 p.m.
​M&M Seminar 
​North Campus, Bldg 46, Room 152
​5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
​Mock Interviews 
​Central Campus, Bldg 1008, Room 105 
​8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Education Pathway Programs

Early Childhood Education

Find a rewarding career in the early childhood field. Career opportunities include teaching pre-school aged children, developing learning environments, supervising children’s programs, or owning a child care facility.


The Associate of Science degree combines classroom and field experiences to give students the necessary skills and experience for success in early childhood education. Coursework provides students the ability to design an effective educational curriculum, manage children in a classroom setting, supervise early childhood personnel, and efficiently administer business operations.

Learn more about our Early Childhood Education Program

​Teacher Education Program (TEP)

The mission of the Teacher Education Program is to provide future and current teachers with a progressive and accessible teacher preparation program that enables them to be highly qualified educators to positively impact teaching and learning in diverse communities.


Students have the opportunity to complete a general AA degree in Teacher Education and transition into any of the five Bachelor of Science degrees in Education at BC.  Students may also transfer to any Bachelor program at another institution in the state of Florida.

Education Degrees For the student considering teaching as a career, with no prior experience, we offer a variety of specialized degree programs: 
     Learn more about the Associate of Arts and TEP's Bachelor of Science in Education degree programs.

    Learn more about our Bachelor of Science in Education programs

    The EPI program is designed for individuals who hold a bachelor's degree in any field other than education. This 21-hour online program prepares second-career students to enter the classroom. Upon completion of the programs, graduates must pass a specific subject area exam in order to be eligible to teach the subject of their choice.

    Learn more about the Educator Preparation Institute.

    Courses for Certification

    If you currently hold a Temporary Educator’s Certificate or are looking to renew your Professional Educator's Certificate, you can register for the necessary courses with Broward College in order to obtain your Professional Teaching Certificate.

    Learn more about our Certification Courses.

     Want to learn more?

    For more information, use our contact form on this page and a TEP representative will contact you shortly. 
    For additional information, contact the TEP Support Services Department: 

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