The mission of the School of Education is to develop professional educators through our core values to meet the needs of all learners.
The Anderson University School of Education offers undergraduate teacher preparation courses leading to licensing at the elementary and secondary levels. Students graduating from the program are defined as "highly qualified," meeting the No Child Left Behind required status for all teachers. Courses are also offered leading to a dual license in special education (mild intervention), and English language teaching, and early childhood education.
The School of Education seeks to produce teachers of excellence by integrating learning and Christian faith to prepare professional educators to be effective for teaching and serving in a global society. The Teacher Preparation Program is anchored in Anderson University's commitment to the liberal arts curriculum for the humanities, fine arts, mathematics, and social and natural sciences as the essential foundation for developing competent educators.