Undergraduate Teaching Program

Students in the Warner Pacific undergraduate program complete a four-year, traditional baccalaureate program with coursework in core studies, as well as professional courses in human development, educational psychology, learning theory, curriculum development, teaching methods, and assessment practices.

Beginning in the sophomore year, students are placed, part-time, in a local classroom during each semester and will gain experience and guidance from professional mentors. In the final semester, students teach full-time alongside their mentors.

  • Early Childhood and Elementary Education students graduate with a B.S. in Education and an initial teaching license.
  • Middle Level and High School Education students graduate with a B.S. or B.A. in their content area with a second major in Education and an initial teaching license.
  • Music Education students graduate with a B.A. in Music Education with a second major in Education and an initial PK-12 teaching license in all music content.
  • Physical Education students graduate with a B.S. in Health and Human Kinetics with a second major in Education and an initial PK-12 teaching license in all PE content. This often includes licensure in Health content as well.

Add-on endorsements in Reading (ECE/Elementary only) and Basic Math (grades 5-8) are also available for those completing one of the licensure programs above.

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