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Academic Programs|College of Education Overview
  • College of Education Early Childhood Education

    The College of Education offers three certification and endorsement programs in Early Childhood Education and Special Education.

  • College of Education Teacher Education

    Offering specialties in 19 concurrent majors, elementary and secondary teacher education students benefit from a low student-faculty ratio and strong professional partnerships.

  • College of Education Graduate Programs

    The College of Education offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs including counseling, special education and administration.


Why the UW College of Education?

The UW College of Education offers nationally accredited programs with experienced and innovative faculty. Undergraduate programs include Elementary & Early Childhood Education and Secondary Education, and graduate degree programs include Counseling, Special Education,Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology, Educational Administration,Literacy Education, Mathematics Education, and Science Education. Our students benefit from a low student-faculty ratio, strong partnerships with Wyoming school districts, a rigorous teacher preparation program with extensive faculty supervised field experiences, and a community culture focused on Developing Competent and Democratic Professionals.

The UW College of Education Provides Quality Teacher Education

The UW College of Education prepares our graduates for the academic, pedagogical and social challenges inherent in education careers. Through our education programs, our students develop the skills, knowledge and dispositions necessary to enter exciting careers in elementary and early childhood education, secondary education, special education, educational leadership and higher education. Undergraduate students complete extensive pedagogy preparation and a semester of full-time student teaching under the supervision of an experienced faculty member.

A leader among Education Programs

With high employment placement statistics and a high demand for the quality of our graduates, the UW College of Education is a leader among education programs. The addition of the Sullivan Family Student Center, a newly renovated Counselor Education Training Clinic, and four Wyoming Excellence Endowed Chairs are just a few of our recent facility and faculty enhancements. In addition, our collaborations with other UW colleges are consistent and focused on supporting our students' growth and opportunities. The UW College of Education provides an environment for success!

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Each year we host approximately 1100 undergraduate and 500 graduate students representing all 50 states and many international communities.

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The UW College of Education prepares our students for careers in rural, suburban and urban settings.

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