Interested in becoming a teacher? Want to learn more about the teaching profession? Come to the Career Center for the Teaching Profession located at the InterAmerican Campus.
All students who plan to complete a baccalaureate degree in Education in the State of Florida are required to complete the following three Common Prerequisite Courses:
Students who choose to pursue a baccalaureate degree in one of the six Teacher Education Programs at MDC in teaching K-12 must also take EEX2000 Introduction to Special Education, except the Bachelor of Early Childhood Education.
Most courses in the School of Education require clinical experience hours. In order to complete these hours, you must be fingerprinted and pass a Level II clearance. Once fingerprinted and cleared, you will get a clearance card which is the only evidence of your clearance status.
Through clinical experiences, pre-service teachers are able to convert theory into practice, allowing them to become highly competent future educators. This is one of the strongest components of our Teacher Education Programs.
LiveText is the online learning management system required in the School of Education, which helps enhance our students’ technological skills throughout the programs.