Frequently asked questions
How much time will it take to complete my bachelor’s degree in education?
Most students can earn their bachelor's degree in two years, which includes internships, residencies and other requirements for earning your teaching certificate. You must first complete your associate degree and transfer in those classes before pursuing your bachelor's degree at ASU.
Will my community college credits transfer to an education degree?
MyPath2ASU™ creates a seamless transfer experience to ASU. Create a transfer map by selecting one of the following programs for your intended major, at any of our partner locations:
- Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education, BAE
- Secondary Education, BAE
- Special Education and Elementary Education, BAE
- ASU@Northeastern Arizona
Note: Students completing their program remotely through ASU Sync must still apply and be admitted to one of these locations.
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Will I receive the same financial aid opportunities as on-campus students?
Yes. You may be eligible for financial aid up to and including full-tuition scholarships. You’ll also have access to academic, career, wellness and financial success coaching services.
How do I apply?
These programs are available to students who live in Arizona, but not in Maricopa County. Classes will be conducted remotely but students need to apply for admission to one of the following ASU partner locations for consideration: