Individuals who study and work in areas of social science and education are interested in helping people. Some examples of Social Science fields are Sociology and Social Work, Psychology, Geography, Economics, and History. Some examples of careers in education are Teaching, Special Education, Education Administration, School Counseling, and Social Work. Individuals working in these fields enjoy helping people understand and appreciate who they are. They also strive to help others understand how their actions impact (and are impacted) by society and the environment in which they live. BMCC offers a variety of pathways in social science areas and in education for students interested in transferring to a four-year university.
PURSUE A PATH IN SOCIAL SCIENCE OR EDUCATION
Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT)
Earn an Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer-Elementary Education degree in two years from BMCC and transfer to a University of your choice with a teacher licensure program. After completion of a bachelor degree at a university, you are eligible to teach at the elementary level.
AAOT Elementary Education
Start your educational goals here by completing your Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree, with an emphasis on discipline of study, to teach at the high school level. For instance, history buffs can complete our classes in history to make yourself more eligible for teaching history as a teacher. Or, if math is your ticket, take a series of math courses at BMCC to prepare you as a math teacher. After completing your degree at BMCC, transfer to an Oregon university of your choice and enter as a junior into your preferred subject, such as history or math.
Complete your education with a degree in
Transfer to a university of your choice to complete your bachelor and master degrees.
You might work in these settings or specialties:
A certificate/degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE) will help you obtain employment working with children from birth to age 8 in childcare, pre-school, schools, social work, and health care offices. Our ECE Program is infused with early childhood best practices from the National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Our program is online, so even the working student can work toward their educational goals while maintaining employment.
Early Childhood Education AAS
Early Childhood Education (CC)
Career Pathways Certificate
Early Childhood Education Assistant (CPCC)
Early Childhood Infant Toddler Certificate (CC)
Social Science, Elementary, and Secondary Education ED 101 (fall term only) or a 3 credit Health class WR 121z or COM 111z One Social Science of the following: ANTH 103, GEOG 120, HST 201, 202, or 203, PS 201 or 202, PSY 201. One Art or Literature course of the following: ART 115, 116, 117, 131, 132, 133, ENG 104, 105, or 106
Early Childhood EducationFor those interested in creating a schedule for ECE, please contact Director of Early Childhood Education and Education
2411 NW Carden Ave.Pendleton, OR 97801(541) 276-1260
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