Burton College of Education


McNeese's Burton College of Education is home to the Department of Education Professions and the H.C. Drew School of Health and Human Performance. Covering a wide range of degree programs, close interaction with faculty members, internships and student teaching opportunities, we strive to instill in our students a love of lifelong learning and the skills, experience and knowledge to pursue their careers or continue their education after graduation.

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College Highlights

Teacher education programs of study are based on the premise that educators are professionals who value life-long learning and instill this value in their students. Candidates are prepared in general knowledge, professional education, and specialty studies. Critical components found throughout the program include the following strands:

  • Strand One: Professionalism. Educators are caring, competent and qualified.
  • Strand Two: Diversity. Educators value the differences classrooms present.
  • Strand Three: Collaboration. A variety of educators contribute to learning.
  • Strand Four: Reflection. Educators systemically review and evaluate themselves.


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