The Santa Fe Community College teacher education program is designed to prepare you to go on to a university and earn a bachelor’s degree in elementary, bilingual and special education, language arts, social studies and foreign language, or math, science and physical education. Offering a wide range of courses that include field-based teaching observations, orientation to the teaching profession, and theories of teaching and learning, SFCC’s program prepares you for a highly successful career.
The courses are patterned after the lower-division courses at universities so you’ll get the required general education courses, plus core requirements relating to all three areas of specialization. Sign up for supervised field experience for a hands-on opportunity to expand your educational experience in this program.
For more information, please contact Emily McCarthy, Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 428-1448.
If you are interested in SFCC’s post-baccalaureate, teacher certification program, please visit the Alternative Teacher Licensure Program page.
- Adult education
- Education administration
- Student affairs
Degrees or Certificates
- Understanding the teaching profession
- Oral and written communication
- Problem solving
- Understanding curriculum
- Facilitating group learning
- Summarizing ideas
- Understanding diversity issues
- Understanding best practices in teaching and learning
- Understanding the role, purpose and culture of schools