Teacher Licensure Programs of Study

Structured on the theme of Teacher as Reflective Decision Maker, BW's teacher education curriculum includes numerous field experiences, seminars, class sessions, assessments, and remediation procedures.

Students prepare for teacher licensure in the following areas:

Early Childhood (Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 3)
Middle Childhood (Grades 4 - 9)
Adolescent/Young Adult (Grades 7 - 12)
Multi-Age (Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 12)
Mild/Moderate Educational Needs (Kindergarten - Grade 12)

Click on the links below for additional program information, including curriculum outlines.

Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate degree programs for students who have not yet earned a bachelor's degree.

Licensure Only Program

Students can complete the undergraduate requirements for license eligibility if they already hold a degree from an accredited college or university.

License+Master's Program

A program that allows college graduates to complete the requirements for an initial license and add a master's degree in second license or endorsement.

Master of Arts in Education Program

A master's degree program for licensed teachers to expand their professional credentials, bring their teaching practice to a new level, master the latest technologies, and enhance leadership skills in their
schools and communities.

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