Becoming a Teacher
Are you interested in becoming an educator?
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) projects a 26% increase in the number of new teacher hires by 2018. An estimated 2.2 million teachers will need to be hired and 700,000 of those will be new graduates.
The College of Education and Human Services at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers five undergraduate teacher education majors with licensure available in 30 subjects.
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What age level of students are you interested in teaching?
- Birth to Age 11 (early childhood and elementary school)
Would you like to obtain licensure in regular education or dual licensure in regular and special education?
- Age 6 to approx. 12–13 (elementary and middle school)
Would you like to obtain licensure in regular education, special education or dual licensure in regular and special education?
- Age 10 to 21(middle and high school)
Are you interested in obtaining licensure in regular education or in special education?
The following subjects are licensable majors/minors offered through the College of Education and Human Services. Select the subject that you are interested in teaching.