Geneva College

 

 
Department of Education 
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Geneva seeks to prepare well-qualified Christian teachers for careers in both public and Christian schools. Teachers have great impact on the social, personal, and intellectual development of individuals.

We believe that Christians are called to develop their passion to teach individuals in a variety of educational settings. Distinctive to Geneva, our students develop a perspective on “teaching redemptively” in the classrooms.

Education Majors

PK-4 Education/PK-8 Speical Education
Secondary Education Certification (7-12)
  Biology
  Chemistry
  English
  Math 
  Physics  
  Social Studies
K-12 Education Certification 
  Music

Minors

Teaching in Christian Schools

Mission

The mission of the Education Department is to prepare competent professional teachers committed to excellence and integrity in: teaching, identifying and analyzing educational issues from a Christian perspective, responding to student needs, continuing professional development and collaborating with colleagues, parents and community members.

Department Contact:

Office: McKee Hall, lower level
Phone: 724-847-6535
Email: aaiken@geneva.edu

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva College’s Center for Urban Biblical Ministry (CUBM) in Pittsburgh educates urban students for effective service in their local communities.

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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.
ATHLETICS
Super Fans bring back GT Victory Bell ring
The tradition was restored in honor of the volleyball win against Chatham.
ACADEMICS
Geneva leaps ahead in U.S. News 2015 Best College rankings
This year, Geneva climbs even higher in the Best Value, Best Regional College and Best Engineering lists.
STUDENT LIFE
Alexander Dining Hall completed
After a summer of renovation, the changes to Alexander Dining Hall are finished.
CAMPUSWIDE EVENTS
Academic Convocation officially opened the fall semester
First-year students were welcomed and faculty achievements were honored during the traditional ceremony.