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Students earn a degree in a certifiable major while preparing for educator licensure in UW-Parkside's Educator Preparation Program. A major in an academic content area, combined with a professional license, provides new educators with a depth and breadth of content knowledge and a wide-range of pedagogical skills. As a result, they are better equipped to create powerful teaching and learning experiences in diverse classrooms using 21st century skills.
The Educator Preparation licensure programs are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). These programs meet the requirements of Wisconsin's PI34 rules for Teacher Education Program Approval and Licenses.
The following undergraduate programs are available through the Institute:
Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence (MC-EA)
Elementary Education major for teaching grades 1-8. Must complete one of the following minors:
Cross-Categorical Special Education: Middle Childhood-Early Adolescence (MC-EA)
Special Education major for teaching grades K-8. Students will select one of the following concentrations:
Early Adolescence-Adolescence (EA-A)
Secondary major for teaching grades 6-12. Must complete one of the following content majors:
Cross-Categorical Special Education: Early Adolescence-Adolescence (EA-A)
Special Education major for teaching grades 5-12. Students will select one of the following concentrations:
Early Childhood-Adolescence (EC-A)
Major for teaching birth-grade 12.
If you are interested in learning more about the Educator Preparation Programs or how a major in one of the above content areas will apply to licensure, contact the Educator Preparation Program at (262) 595-2180 or visit the Institute of Professional Educator Development in Molinaro D111.