Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
Master's Program in Deaf Education
The Deaf/Hard of Hearing (HH) master's program at Flagler College is an online program committed to preparing qualified educators to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population of children who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Art Education (K-12)
Students pursuing a degree in Art Education are eligible to receive state certification to teach art at all grade levels, kindergarten through 12th grade. This course of study requires students to complete an art major and to study professional education and methodology courses.
The education minor will help you understand the legal, social, political, and economic forces that influence and shape educational policies. Additionally, you will be better prepared to get your Florida teacher certificate if you decide to become a teacher later in life.
Elementary Education/Education of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing
This course of study results in eligibility to receive dual certification in the areas of elementary education (K-6) for hearing children and deaf education (K-12). The deaf education program is nationally-certified and results in eligibility to receive both a state certification and a Council on Education of the Deaf certification which is nationally-recognized. In addition to these dual certifications, students also receive the ESOL endorsement. The course of study in this department requires study in professional education courses, elementary content and methodology courses, and education of the deaf and hard of hearing courses. Depending upon the student's sign language skills, the course of study may require 136 hours to complete. All students participate in practicum courses with elementary schools in the public school system of St. Johns County and the Florida School for the Deaf.
Elementary Education students are eligible to obtain a certification to teach grades K-6. They also obtain endorsements in ESOL & Reading.
Elementary Education/Exceptional Student Education (ESE)
This course of study results in eligibility to receive dual certification in the areas of elementary education (K-6) for non-disabled children and exceptional student education for children in levels K-12. In addition to these dual certifications, students also receive endorsements in ESOL & Reading. The course of study in this department requires study in professional education courses, elementary content and methodology courses, and exceptional student education courses. All students participate in practicum courses with elementary schools in the public school system of St. Johns County. ESE is not offered as a "stand-alone" curriculum. Students must pursue studies in the area in combination with elementary education.
Students who complete their studies in Secondary Education/English are eligible to receive certification to teach the content area of English in middle and high schools. In addition, students obtain ESOL endorsement.
Students who complete their studies in Secondary Education/Mathematics are eligible to receive certification to teach mathematics in middle and high schools.
Secondary Education/Social Science
Students pursuing certification in Secondary Education/Social Sciences must take the required courses in social sciences as specified by the Education Department and pursue course work in professional education courses and educational methodology. At the completion of this program, the student is eligible to receive certification to teach content-specific courses at the middle and high school levels.