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Teaching for Social Justice

"Too often we think the work of fighting oppression is just intellectual. The real work is personal, emotional, spiritual, and communal."

Dr. Bettina Love

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Master of Arts in Teaching
Programs leading to initial certification in Adolescence Education (7-12) and Agricultural Education (P-12)
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Master of Science in Childhood Education
Initial certification for elementary school teaching, grades 1-6
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Education Studies Minor
An 18- to 20-credit program that can be tailored to student's unique interests.
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Teach in Five
Undergraduate students interested in pursuing a teaching career can pursue our "Teach in Five" pathway
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Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship
$15,000 scholarship for STEM Graduate Programs in Education
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General Departmental Questions
Kimberly Wojtanik, Administrative Assistant

Questions about Undergraduate Programs in Education and the Education Studies Minor
Dr. Sara Levy, Chair, Education Department

Questions about Graduate Programs (Adolescence Education, Agriculture Education, and Childhood Education)
Dr. Peter Martin, Chair of Graduate Studies in Education