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Middle School Education

Ignite your passion for teaching early adolescents as they journey through the critical and foundation-shaping middle school years.

Our dual-certification Middle School Education program will prepare you to lead and educate students in grades 5-9. Through coursework and real-world teaching opportunities, you will build a core of foundational knowledge and insight that will allow you to educate middle school students in thoughtful and compassionate ways using the most current and relevant teaching strategies.

You will be set up for career success in middle school education through the completion of our fully accredited program that includes a full-time student teaching experience along with robust and diverse field experiences in local schools beginning as early as your freshman year.

Our flexible program offers you the option to select two content areas of emphasis compatible with your interests and calling. Professors with real-world classroom experience provide guidance and mentorship as you hone your skills in instructional strategies and techniques, curriculum planning, and data-based decision making.

Combine your passion with your calling to make a difference in the lives of middle school students.

Career Opportunities

Evangel's academic programs are designed specifically to prepare you for a career in the real world. But it's more than just job preparation; it's preparing you to make a full impact in your profession through the unique combination of faith and learning. Here are some of the professions this degree would prepare you for:
  • 5th-9th grade teacher in a private or public school setting
  • 5th-9th grade teacher in an international school

Faculty

Department Chair

Shonna Crawford, Ph.D.

Education Department Chair & Professor of Education

Full Time Faculty

Chanda Clayman, Ed.D.

Associate Professor of Education

Kelly Sutherland, Ed.D.

Professor of Education, Coordinator of Graduate Curriculum & Instruction Leadership Program

Eddie Noack, Ed.S.

Assistant Professor - Special Education Program Coordinator

Andrea Hughes, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Literacy, Coordinator of Graduate Literacy Program

Adjunct Faculty

Stephanie Walters

Adjunct Professor

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