Education Teaching Degree

Empower the next generation by becoming a teacher through our education programs and teaching degrees. Explore how AU can prepare you for lasting impact in the classroom.

Explore the teaching degree.

What does it mean to be an educator? It means to care, share knowledge, and inspire others to grow. That’s what having a teaching degree can do: transform lives and impact the world. 

While your professors pour into you, you can carry that out in your own classroom. At Anderson University, our commitment grows into results, with 100% placement rates for year-long student teachers and 100% pass rates on Indiana-required CORE exams. Our teachers have excellence in content competence, cultural connections, and Christian character.

Anderson University students receive their degree through a robust and well-rounded curriculum with plenty of practical experience, ensuring they are well prepared to enter and manage the classroom.

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Explore Teaching Degree options

Build a brighter future as a teacher!

reading program  
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree

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LANGUAGE ARTS EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree

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math major 
MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree

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music teacher program  
MUSIC EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree

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data science program  
SCIENCE TEACHING

Pre-Professional Program

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social studies teacher program  
SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION

Bachelor’s Degree

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spanish teaching program 
SPANISH TEACHING

Pre-Professional Program

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Teacher Education Scholarship

Learn more about Anderson University’s education scholarships available for students pursuing bachelor’s degrees in a Department of Teacher Education program. This scholarship isn’t eligible for the 3+1 pre-professional teaching programs.

TEACH Grants

TEACH Grants

Anderson University participates in the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant program. A TEACH grant is a non-need-based grant provided to students who intend to teach, in order to help pay for their postsecondary education.

As a condition for receiving a TEACH grant, a student must agree to teach full time for at least four years as a highly qualified teacher in a high-need field, in a school or educational service agency (ESA) serving low-income students, within eight years of completing or otherwise ceasing to be enrolled in the program of study for which the student received the grant.

If the student does not meet the terms of the TEACH grant service obligation, all TEACH grant funds received will be converted to a direct unsubsidized loan that must be repaid in full, with interest charged from the date of each TEACH grant disbursement.

At Anderson University, TEACH grants are offered to undergraduates who meet the 3.25 GPA requirement and have been admitted into the teacher preparation program (TPP). The director of the Department of Teacher Education approves the TEACH grant for each year that a student applies. Click here for a TEACH Grant Application [PDF].