Major in Education (Without Certification)
Offered by Saint Louis University's College of Education and Public Service
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in education (without certification)
Saint Louis University Education (Without Certification) Degree OverviewAfter your first semester at SLU, you can apply to major in education without pursuing teaching certification. An education degree is a valuable asset for a number of careers related to education, and complements many other degrees as a second major.
Saint Louis University's undergraduate degree in education without certification instills leadership qualities including risk-taking, civic responsibility and ethical character.
What You'll Learn in SLU's Education (Without Certification) Program
Students majoring in education without certification are required to take 15 credit hours in the subject area, as determined by the Department of Education. In addition, you'll have a choice of 17 hours of electives in education and will be required to take 12 to 18 related hours. Courses recommended as education electives have limited hours of fieldwork.
What Can You Do With a Degree in Education (Without Certification) from SLU?
Most graduates with a degree in education elect to pursue a career in teaching and may choose to continue their studies in one of our graduate programs before entering the work force. Career options for people with degree in education without certification include:
- Arts and education program coordinator
- Educational outreach coordinator
- Public relations specialist