If you’re investigating Virginia teaching certificate programs, consider this:
MBC Knows Teacher Education
Each year, more MBC students (as a percentage of the student body) earn teacher licensure than at any other college in Virginia. About one-third of students completing an academic program (whether undergraduate, graduate, or certificate) at MBC also complete teacher licensure.
Available in All Programs and Regions
The teacher education program is available in the College for Women as well as the Adult Degree Program, and at all Regional Center locations.
One of the Best Teacher Education Programs Available
MBC graduates not only get good jobs, they also report back that they enter their classrooms with confidence in their abilities and are successful in helping their students achieve.
An Option that Meets Your Needs
The College of Education includes undergraduate, graduate, and teacher licensure options through the College for Women, the Adult Degree Program, Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure, and Graduate Teacher Education. Find out which option is right for you.
Prepare to Teach Nationally or Internationally.
The Virginia teacher license you will earn is portable to many other states through reciprocal agreements. The methods you learn through our teacher education program will serve you well in the classroom. The skills that you learn in Mary Baldwin College’s teacher education programs can also be invaluable in a variety of other fields.
Excellent Practical Experience
You don’t wait until the end of your academic career to begin your practicums, so by the time you become a student teacher you’re already comfortable in the classroom. Lots of practice results in classroom success early in your career.
Best Academic Foundation
Your top-notch teacher education program is supported by an equally excellent academic major, ensuring you know the content you will teach inside and out.
Fully Accredited Teaching Degree Programs
Mary Baldwin College’s Teacher Education Programs are accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of five years from March 2008 to March 2015. This accreditation certifies that the forenamed professional education program has provided evidence that the program adheres to TEAC’s quality principles.