In the College of Education and Professional Studies, our undergraduate programs consist of teacher licensure and non-teacher licensure programs in a range of majors and minors.  We also offer options for post-baccalaureate students to earn teacher licensure. 

Program coursework includes general education requirements for the University, PI-34 general education requirements for licensure (teacher licensure programs only), subject area major, subject area minor (if required), licensure requirements (teacher licensure programs only), and integrated field experiences. 

Teacher licensure programs:

  • Early Childhood Education (dual licensure - regular and special education)
  • Elementary Education
  • Secondary Education (specific content areas)
  • PreK-12 (specific content areas)
  • Special Education

Non-teacher licensure programs:

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders (licensable at the graduate level)
  • Physical Education: Health, Human Performance and Recreation emphasis

A complete list of our majors and minors and graduation planning guides are available in the links at the left.  Please note: the planning guides are designed for incoming freshmen to UW-W so, not all of the general education courses listed will apply to transfer or post-baccalaureate students.  Please consult your assigned advisor for further assistance.  The Licensure link at the left also contains important information related to obtaining a teaching license through UW-W.  If you are pursuing an applicable program listed above, we highly encourage you to review this additional content.