Education Program

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Learn how to be a better teacher, right from the start!
The University of Findlay places education students into a classroom in their very first year to observe. This practice continues throughout all four years with the inclusion of student teaching. We invite you to learn more about our College of Education.

A degree from our program allows you to teach in:
- Early Childhood
- Middle Childhood
- Adolescent/Young Adult
- Multi-age
- Intervention Specialist

Endorsements available in:
- Reading
- Technology
- Pre-K Special Needs
- Teacher Leader
- Early Childhood Generalist
- Middle Childhood Generalist
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Advanced degrees offered in:
- Masters of Education with emphasis in: Children’s Literature, Educational Technology, Human Resource Development, Science Education, Curriculum & Teaching, Educational Administration, or create your own personalized plan
- Doctor of Education

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100%
PASSAGE RATE
Our licensure candidates have a 100% passage rate on Praxis II licensure tests.
96%
STUDENT SATISFACTION
Students scored the College of Education higher than the state average on student satisfaction.
HANDS-ON
EXPERIENCE STARTING IN YEAR 1
There are multiple experiential learning options with international and domestic students and students with disabilities starting the first year and continuing throughout the program.
UNIQUE
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Students have the chance to attend the same professional development opportunities as veteran teachers.
20+
YEARS EXPERIENCE
Learn from the best! Instructors all are licensed in their fields, and many have more than 20 years of teaching experience.
$42,000
IN SCHOLARSHIPS
Education students have the opportunity to qualify for 24 different scholarships each year, totaling more than $42,000. This is in addition to $16,000 in merit scholarships.
PERSONALIZED
PLACEMENT
We have the resources to place students where they really want to teach. Students can teach locally or, in some cases, in their hometowns.
DIVERSE
RESOURCES
The Teacher Resource Center and the Mazza Museum, the world’s largest museum dedicated to literacy and the art of children’s picture books, offers unique student resources.