The Professional Education program offers a continuum of clinical field experiences beginning with a candidate's first semester. Through continuous feedback and support in our undergraduate programs, our candidates are transformed into effective educators. Seasoned educators may continue their educational studies through many graduate level programs. Various programs are offered in different modalities, such as a teacher assistant program, a teacher residency program, and online programs.
The School of Education has afforded me a myriad of opportunities to continue to develop professionally. From trips to Charleston Promise Schools, to fully paid conferences and the ability to have one-to-one instruction with faculty who make you feel like family, Campbell's School of Education is truly unparalleled.
Bachelor’s & licensure
Professional Education Program
Jan. 01, 2024Spring
May 01, 2024Summer
Jun. 10, 2024Summer
Aug. 01, 2024Fall
Application Fee & Annual Tuition
In State Tuition
Out of State Tuition
Ways to Lower Your Costs
Students at Campbell University have reduced the cost of their program using these methods. Check with Campbell University to see if you can, too!
Through the generosity of the University’s supporters, we are able to offer our private scholarship endowment fund to help Campbell students receive a Christian education. Each year, over 1,600 students are awarded endowed scholarships. See more information here.
School of Education Endowed Scholarships Contact: Dr. Chris Godwin, 910-814-4331
Teaching Scholars Academy is a scholarship program designed to inspire the teacher leaders of the future. Scholars can major in any area of education with teacher licensure. See more info here.
Teaching Scholars Contact: Dr. Terrie Bethea-Hampton, 910-893-1715
Work Study, Working While Still Enrolled
Opportunities for work study are available
For more information visit:Financial Aid Office
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Social Studies, Middle Grades (6-9)
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