The Certificate in Educational Foundations: Secondary is designed to complement the subject area preparation of undergraduates who desire to be middle/high school teachers. Rather than waiting until graduate school to begin developing the teacher knowledge necessary for classroom life, the certificate gives future secondary teachers a running start as undergraduates.
The licensure and degree programs offered by the Department of Education Studies prepare professionals to use the best of research-based practices to teach children and adult learners.
BA/BS contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
UOTeach master's and licensure contact: email@example.com
CSSE PhD contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For undergraduates who are interested in becoming an elementary or secondary teacher, the Department of Education Studies and the Educational Foundations program offer program pathways to achieve the goal of becoming a teacher. Our purpose is to prepare educational professionals who are critical thinkers, well informed about theory and practice, and who possess the knowledge and skills that will enable them to be change agents in economically, racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse communities. may apply to a graduate program for a master's degree and teaching license at the UO or elsewhere in the state or country.
UOTeach is a graduate program that leads to a teaching license and a master’s of education degree in Curriculum and Teaching. The program offers two strands: Elementary Multiple Subjects (Grades K–5) and Middle/High Content Areas Specializations (Grades 6–12).
For those who already hold a teaching license, Curriculum and Teacher Education offers programs leading to: a Master's degree, an ESOL endorsement, a Reading endorsement, and/or other added endorsements and authorizations.
The PhD in Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education (CSSE) at the University of Oregon emphasizes the development of expertise in research on curriculum, instruction, and teacher education. The program promotes a broad conception of the objects of inquiry in scholarship on education. Students in this program are expected not just to ask how we can teach more effectively and efficiently, but also to ask what is worth teaching and to examine the assumptions underlying answers to both of those questions.
The Sapsik’ʷałá (Teacher) Education Program was created by the University of Oregon College of Education in partnership with the nine federally recognized tribes of the State of Oregon. The goal of the project is to prepare American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) as teachers whose knowledge, skills, and cultural sensitivity will bring about long-term, much needed improvements in the elementary, middle and high school educational experiences of AI/AN youth.