Elementary Education (K-6) Program

What you can get

  • Associate in General Education (AGE)  2+2 with North Carolina A&T State University

What it's about

Davidson County Community College students can earn a 64-hour Associate in General Education (A.G.E.) degree that transfers to North Carolina A&T State University, where the student completes a Bachelor’s degree (64-68 hours) with an Elementary Education Teacher’s license for grades kindergarten through sixth.

Jobs available

College transfer programs, such as the AGE - Elementary Education, are designed to assist your transition towards a Bachleor's degree, not neccessarily into a job. 

Courses you'll take

The course work includes education courses along with Global Studies or Math, Science, and Technology. DCCC graduates who work in local public schools are able to complete the A&T student teaching experience at the local work site.

What you'll gain

If your plan is to earn a degree in Elementary Education at NC A&T, you’ll get the core prerequisites out of the way, while allowing you to develop self-discipline and study skills in a nurturing environment.

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Question about this program?
Our Counselors are here to help! 

Kathryn Schenk
Davidson Campus - Last names A-G
336.249.8186 ext. 6419

Jenny Biesecker
Davidson Campus - Last names H-O
336.249.8186 ext. 6418

Brian Eshleman
Davidson Campus - Last names P-Z
336.249.8186 ext. 6277 

Sandra Porter
Davie Campus
336.249.8186 ext. 4853

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