Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence Regular and Special Education
Age 6–Approx. 12-13
The Dual Education MC-EA Program prepares students to teach in both regular and special education classrooms, at the elementary and middle school levels.
Graduates of UW Oshkosh’s teacher education programs have a strong liberal arts background, a thorough grounding in their content area and a comprehensive understanding of the art and science of teaching.
The regular education component provides students with an overall teaching knowledge at the elementary school (grades 1-6) level and in the core content areas of language arts, mathematics, science and social studies in middle schools (grades 6-8).
The cross-categorical special education component prepares students to serve children with cognitive, emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities in elementary and middle schools.
Completion of this program results in a Bachelor of Science in Education degree.
Students are guided throughout their program by a planning sheet specific to their major and minor. Program requirements are also listed in the Undergraduate Bulletin along with course descriptions.
Subject Area Minors
*Minor is not required
- Bilingual Education — Hmong
- Bilingual Education — Spanish
- English as a Second Language
- Environmental Studies
- Health Education
- Language Arts
- Library Science
- Social Science
- Speech Communication
PRAXIS II Content Test
Middle School Content Knowledge, Test Number: 0146
Students with additional ESL, German, French, Health Education or Spanish majors must also pass an additional Praxis II exam to be licensed in that particular content area.
More information about the Special Education Program