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Barton College is an accredited four-year, co-educational college located in Wilson, North Carolina. Barton College was founded by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in 1902 under the name Atlantic Christian College, and the name was changed in 1990 to Barton College to honor Barton Stone, a founder of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Providing students with a strong academic focus and opportunities for leadership development, Barton unites its smaller size with an intentional application of collaborative learning in every aspect of the students’ college experience. The Teacher Education Program offers traditional pathways to earning a teaching license as part of a four-year degree program, master's level programs in School Administration and Academically and Intellectually Gifted (AIG) licensure, as well as opportunities for teacher assistants to teachers, residency licensure programs in Birth-Kindergarten Education, Elementary Education, Special Education: General Curriculum and Special Education: Adapted Curriculum. We offer rigorous academics within a supportive environment, NCAA Division II athletics, and support for beginning teachers. Be Barton Bold!

  • College or University
  • Wilson, NC
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The Barton College School of Education is more like a family than it is a series of classes. The relationships that I’ve built with my peers and professors have created a large support system as I begin my career. Everything I’ve learned at Barton College has been real world applicable, and the hands-on learning from my classes was invaluable!

Deanna Ciampa

Barton College
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Programs
Bachelor’s & lic.
  • Undergraduate Teacher Education Licensure Program
Licensure-only
  • Residency Licensure Program
Bachelor’s & licensure
Undergraduate Teacher Education Licensure Program
  • 48 months
    Program Duration
  • Hybrid
    Program Format
  • Pre-Test Required
    No
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Program Info

The Teacher Education Program seeks to instill in its graduates a love of learning, an interest in continued professional growth, reflection on one’s teaching effectiveness, and the confidence that results from membership in a supportive community.

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  • 48 months
    Program Duration
  • Hybrid
    Program Format
  • Pre-Test Required
    No
Upcoming Deadlines
  • Deadlines
    Program Start
  • Jan. 06, 2023
    Spring

Application Fee & Annual Tuition

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  • $16,295

    In State Tuition

  • $16,295

    Out of State Tuition

Ways to Lower Your Costs

Students at Barton College have reduced the cost of their program using these methods. Check with Barton College to see if you can, too!
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Description
Grants, Stipends, Scholarships

There are numerous opportunities for scholarships, stipends and grants, including opportunities that are designated for students in the Teacher Education Program. The Barton College Catalog (https://www.barton.edu/catalog/ ) outlines opportunities available. Additional information related to scholarships and grants is available here: https://www.barton.edu/financial-aid/scholarships-and-grants/

Student Loans, Payroll Deduction

The Federal Direct Loan Program allows students and parents to borrow loans directly from the federal government. Work study opportunities are also available. More information is available here: https://www.barton.edu/financial-aid/loans-and-work-study/

Loan Forgiveness

While Barton College does not provide loan forgiveness, some students in the Teacher Education Program are eligible for Forgivable Education Loans for Service from the College Foundation of North Carolina. More information is available here: https://www.cfnc.org/FELS.

Work Study, Working While Still Enrolled

Work study positions are available for qualified students. Many of our students work part-time, and a few work full-time while enrolled in the program. 

For more information visit:Financial Aid Office

Licensure Area
Adapted / Special Education (K-12)
Birth to Kindergarten (PK-K)
Elementary Education (K-6)
English (9-12)
Language Arts, Middle Grades (6-9)
Math (9-12)
Math, Middle Grades (6-9)
Science (9-12)
Science, Middle Grades (6-9)
Social Studies (9-12)
Social Studies, Middle Grades (6-9)
Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12)

Program Semesters/Steps Overview

Program Hallmarks

Stats
Gender
  • Male
  • Female
  • 21%
  • 79%
Ethnicity
  • American Indian or Alaskan Native
  • Asian
  • Black
  • Hispanic/Latino
  • Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
  • White
  • Two or more races
  • 0%
  • 0%
  • 11%
  • 11%
  • 0%
  • 79%
  • 0%
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