Among the best in the state, UW Oshkosh’s undergraduate teacher education programs prepare students for successful careers in teaching. Programs are offered in Regular and Special Education, with licensure options in a variety of age ranges, from early childhood through adolescence (PK-12), and specific subject area emphases.
The University’s Human Services Leadership Program prepares students with theoretic knowledge and critical thinking, problem-solving and listening skills to become effective professionals serving others in the diverse range of helping professions. Careers in human services range from childcare and education to law and substance abuse.
UW Oshkosh’s alternative teacher education programs offer working professionals flexible program options for earning a Wisconsin teaching license and a highly-respected UW System degree. Programs are offered for teachers with existing licensure who desire an add-on subject and for adults with a bachelor’s degree who desire an initial teaching degree and license.
The College of Education and Human Services provides educators and professionals with nationally accredited graduate programs that feature a curriculum centered on an award-winning faculty, flexible class offerings, and global, research-based and experimental learning.