Students may choose the Early Childhood Program, the Elementary/Middle(MCEA) or a Middle/Secondary Program. In each of the programs, students earn Department of Public Instruction (DPI) licensure.
As they move through their coursework, students combine a commitment to education with a strong liberal arts foundation, a teaching major and the study of teaching. All students engage in at least three school-based field experiences that allow them to apply their knowledge to actual classroom situations.
Upon graduation, students will have gained extensive knowledge of their subject areas and teaching. They will also have been given the opportunity to grow as instructional decision makers, preparing them to be effective teachers and instructional leaders in our changing schools.
For additional information on any of our programs, please feel free to stop by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction 3rd floor window; Winther Hall Room 3032, Monday through Friday 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. telephone (262)472-1122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org