Furman University’s Education Department sees our community as a place of possibility and transformation. Our nation and communities face critical challenges and need caring, innovative, and skilled educators to be part of the solution. The Education Department has multiple pathways including a comprehensive B.A. teacher preparation program named Teacher to Teacher Residency resulting in a license, and an Educational Studies major designed for careers in non-traditional environments such as not-for-profits, camps, advocacy, or policy. Our unique programs stress local and civic engagement starting in your freshman year. You will also have the opportunities for global engagement with travel study trips to Australia and Europe. Go here to view our most recent program Annual Reporting Measures of Outcome and Impact.
Our graduates build careers working with students of all ages and in a variety of subjects from music to mathematics.
Admission to Furman's Teacher Education Program is required for all prospective certifiers.
This program offers participants paid internships in a local school.