AA in Education
College of Southern Idaho
Time to Degree
About the Program
The Education-Associate of Arts degree is designed to prepare students to transfer to a bachelor’s degree teacher education program in Idaho. The degree prepares students who are interested in teaching in the public school system.
CSI Contact: Tracey Meyerhoeffer [email protected] 208.732.6874
Program of Study
FALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 1-16 credits1 - 16 creditsFALL SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEARCOMM101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication3 creditsEDUC201 - Foundations of Education3 creditsEDUC202 - Field Experience1 creditGNED101 - Introduction to General Education3 creditsMATHGE - Any Gen Ed Math Course3 creditsACAG100 - Academic Electives99 credits
SPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAR take the following courses, take 2-15 credits2 - 15 creditsSPRING SEMESTER FRESHMAN YEAREDUC204 - Families Communities & Culture3 creditsENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I3 creditsACAG101 - Academic Electives99 creditsSCIGGE - Any Gen. Ed. Science Course4 creditsWELL100 - Wellness Sandbox3 credits
FALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-16 credits3 - 16 creditsFALL SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAREDUC205 - Development/Individual Differences3 creditsEDUC215 - Educational Technology3 creditsENGL102 - Writing and Rhetoric II3 creditsHUMAGE - Any Gen. Ed. Humanities Course3 creditsSCIGGE2 - Any 2nd Gen. Ed. Science Course4 credits
SPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEAR take the following courses, take 3-14 credits3 - 14 creditsSPRING SEMESTER SOPHOMORE YEARACAG100 - Academic Electives99 creditsHUMAGE2 - Any 2nd Gen Ed Humanities Course3 creditsSOCSGE - Any Gen. Ed Soc. Science Course3 credits
Grand Total Credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.