Elementary Education

Eastern offers a partnership with WVU Parkersburg, which offers bachelor's degrees, to allow students to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Education, where students complete two years of coursework and earn an associate degree at Eastern before transferring to WVU Parkersburg.

For the third and fourth years of coursework students are enrolled with WVU Parkersburg, but classes are held at Eastern's campus in Moorefield, and classroom observations and field placements are in schools located in the Potomac Highlands.

Associate in Science to Bachelor of Arts • 2+2 Program

Concentration and B.A. courses will be offered through WVU Parkersburg on Eastern’s campus via Zoom, Live, Blackboard, hybrid, or web.

All field placements, including student teaching, will be completed in Eastern’s service area and supervised by Sherry Michael, Eastern Education Programs coordinator.

Estimate Your Costs

Eastern is one of the most affordable colleges in the United States!

Rates are for 2022-2023 and based on two full-time (12 credit hour) semesters. Rates are subject to change and do not include books, academic supplies, or student fees.

Tuition Rates Eastern WV 2-Year Colleges WV 4-Year Colleges
West Virginia Residents $3,840 $4,776 $12,410
Non-Residents $8,520 $10,152 $26,096

Program Is Eligible for West Virginia Invests


NOTE: West Virginia Invests support for this program is only available for the coursework applied to the 2-year Associate of Science degree earned through Eastern.

Admissions Requirements

Eastern adheres to an open admission policy which means applications with a high school diploma or GED are eligible for admission.

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