Undergraduate College

  • Be a Friend.

    Mitch CarsilloEducation Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    Rosemont is my second home - I love being around my teammates and professors. Professor Ledebur has been a big part of my success in the Education program.

  • Be Outstanding.

    Kelsey Carpenter, '15Education Student
    Posted March 6, 2013

    I love being an education major at Rosemont because of the small classes and the professors are outstanding! We learn a lot while managing to have fun doing different activities as a class.

  • Be Inspired.

    Derrick CarterEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    The education program at Rosemont is tremendous. The professors have a broad range of knowledge in education and pass that knowledge to the students who are aspiring teachers. I'm also a senior captain of the basketball team and enjoy the leadership opportunity.

  • Be Patient.

    Nidirah WilliamsEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I believe that children are our future, which is why I chose to major in education at Rosemont. I am excited to become part of the lives of our future leaders. I too, want to be a leader.

  • Be Inventive.

    Aguila WallerEducation Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    As a student, I work at the Academic Support Center. I enjoy it because I get to help and meet so many different people. Plus, I can share my wonderful Rosemont experiences with everyone - even prospective students.

  • Be a Stand Out.

    Michael Manning Education Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I love that I can stand out in and outside of the classroom. As an education major, I appreciate the professors' varied backgrounds in education and the one-on-one time I get. I want to be a person who inspires, just as I have been inspired here at Rosemont.

Academic Opportunities

related to our education degree

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    Immediate Immersion

    Beginning freshman year, students are observing inside elementary, high school and special education classrooms

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    Individual Mentoring

    Students receive individual mentoring by the Director of Education

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    Faculty Mentor

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    Small Class Size

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    Dedicated Academic Support

Professional Opportunities

an education degree will offer

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    Elementary, Middle & Secondary School Teacher

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    Special Education Teacher

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    Adult Literacy & Remedial Teacher

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    Self-Enrichment Teacher

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    Instructional Coordinator

Experiential Learning

that relate to education

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    Lower Merion School District

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    Radnor Township School District

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    School District of Philadelphia

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    North Penn School District

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    Haverford Township School District