What is the teacher education program? (EDUC)
The Teacher Education at Metropolitan Community College gives students the opportunity to explore teaching as a profession. MCC offers Professional Core Requirements education courses to start you toward your goal of earning a bachelor's degree in Education.
Is it for you?
Taking these courses is an economical way to determine if an education career is the path for you. You will be able to spend time observing classes in five areas: pre-school, elementary school, junior and senior high school and special education
Jobs and Salary Expectations
Annual Salary from $16,200 - $63,600 annually
Metropolitan Community College is a member of the National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs (NACCTEP).
- Jessica Kunz B.S. M.Ed (Program Coordinator)
- Carrie Dyer B.S. M. Ed
Transfer to UNO (and other state colleges)
- EDUC 2020 Education Foundations
- EDUC 2030 Human Relations in Education
- EDUC 2040 Human Growth & Learning
- EDUC 1110 Introduction to Professional Education
Refer to the MCC Transfer web page for guides to specific schools and how these courses transfer.
Credit Classes and Registration