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Secondary Education

School of Teacher Education

Education is a rewarding and challenging profession that is constantly changing. Teachers have the opportunity to educate and nurture young adults to be lifelong learners, leaders, and responsible citizens. Secondary education offers the unique chance for teachers to share their passion and expertise for a specific subject. High-quality teachers are in demand all across the country, and our teacher program is nationally recognized.

Our professors work with students to refine teaching skills and build confidence in pedagogy and content knowledge. We are extremely proud of our teacher education programs and of the graduates we produce to fill the classrooms in the public schools of Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain region, as well as schools across the country.

We strongly encourage students who may be interested in pursuing an education program to explore our secondary programs below.

Secondary Education programs at UW are nationally recognized in our subject areas:

  • National Council of Teachers of English, NCTE
  • National Council of Teachers of Math, NCTM
  • National Council of the Social Studies, NCSS
  • National Science Teachers Association, NSTA
  • Professional Teaching Standards Board Agriculture, PTSB Agriculture
  • Professional Teaching Standards Board Industrial Technology, PTSB Industrial Technology

Bachelor of Arts

We offer the below undergraduate bachelor of arts programs. All secondary education majors also receive concurrent majors in their chosen fields. Click on a program below to learn more about each content area.

Bachelor of Applied Science

We offer the below undergraduate bachelor of applied science programs. Click on a program below to learn more about each content areas.

Contact Us

Secondary Education

McWhinnie Hall 114

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 3374

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-3130

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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