DEPARTMENT: Educational Leadership Department
Teacher Education has the following options:
UW-Superior's Elementary Education major prepares students to teach either pre-kindergarten through sixth grade (ages birth through age 12), or first through eighth grade (ages 6 through age 13-14). This major requires students to minor in one of 11 subjects. Options include math, science, languages, social studies and health.
In the K-12 specialist teacher program, you will complete a major in either art, music or physical education as well as a set of Teacher Education courses to help you gain professional skills and experience.
Middle and high school teaching majors complete courses in the subject they want to teach, including math, languages and sciences. They also take teacher education courses to learn teaching theory and practice.
* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.
TEACHING K-12 AND HIGH SCHOOL
Interested in teaching high school or a K-12 subject -- physical education, art or music? See the secondary and K-12 teacher certification requirements in the course catalog or the Teacher Education program of the Education Leadership Department.