Educational Pathway Agreements

 

District Teaching as Profession Pathway

The District’s Education Pathway program introduces students to the world of the classroom teacher and provides them with opportunities to actively participate in a public-school classroom setting during their junior and senior years in high school.

The District’s Education Pathway program, which introduces students to the world of the classroom teacher and provides them with opportunities to actively participate in a public school classroom setting during their junior and senior years in high school, includes the following courses:

  • 13.41100 Examining the Teaching Profession
  • 13.41200 Contemporary Issues in Education
  • 13.52100 Teaching as a Profession Internship

The objectives and outcomes of these courses are in alignment with the EDUC 2110 Critical and Contemporary Issues course in Area F of the KSU curriculum for teacher education.

Students entering KSU should meet with an Education Student Services advisor to confirm that this credit has been posted and to discuss requirements for Admission to an education program.

Engineering Pathway

The Regents’ Engineering Pathway (REP) was established in 1986 to expand the availability of engineering education opportunities for Georgians. By completing two or more years of pre engineering courses at participating University System of Georgia (REP Partner) institutions, you can then transfer to one of Georgia's REP Engineering Institutions to complete a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

Engineering Institutions include:

  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Georgia Southern University
  • Kennesaw State University
  • Mercer University
  • University of Georgia

Start your career today! Explore engineering degrees at KSU.

 

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