Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Elementary Education with Kindergarten to 6th Grade Licensure Requirements
The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with Kindergarten to 6th Grade Licensure follows the traditional 15-week semester offered under Chaminade’s Undergraduate Program.
We are providing you with this notice pursuant to 34 C.F.R. 668.43 to inform you that Chaminade University of Honolulu has not made a determination as to whether the curriculum of this program leads to licensure in states outside of the State of Hawaii. If you plan to obtain your license in a state other than the State of Hawaii, please inquire with your state’s licensing agency for curriculum requirements for licensure. You can go to this website NC-SARA Professional Licensure Directory, click on your intended professional licensure, then look for your state and click on their website for more information on the requirements for your professional licensure.
If you are interested in having Chaminade University of Honolulu provide you with a recommendation for licensure in the State of Hawaii only, you must complete your student teaching at a school within the State of Hawaii.
Application & Admission Requirements (Undergraduate Program)
Chaminade students who are interested in applying for the education Division undergraduate programs must complete the Declaration of Major form with the Office of Advising and Career Development.
Additional admission requirements include:
For the Undergraduate Program
A minimum GPA of 3.00 upon application to the program
Contemporary Peoples of Hawaii
World Regional Geography
Math for Elementary Teachers I
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II
Music, Art, and Physical Education
Elementary Language Arts Methods I
Elementary Language Arts Methods II
Elementary Math Methods I
Elementary Math Methods II
Elementary Science Methods
Elementary Social Studies Methods
Managing School Environments
Student Teaching: Elementary
*Passing Scores for Praxis II or have met subject-credit eligibility requirements per Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) Guidelines and 72 hours of observation and practice (O&P).
ED 100 is required for first year students who enter in the fall semester
Field Experience/Observation & Participation: See Field Experience Policies section.