Earn your education degree at Wisconsin’s first teachers’ college

Dreaming of a career that lets you shape young minds and inspire greatness in future generations? Get your education degree at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s School of Education.

As an education major, you can choose a program focused on early childhood, middle childhood, and/or adolescence. You’ll develop your talents and gain the skills to teach virtually anywhere. A rural education focus prepares those students wishing to teach in smaller communities for rewarding, in-demand careers in rural schools. The UW-Platteville School of Education prepares amazing educators to teach all grade levels and a wide variety of subjects in classrooms of every size.

Your education bachelor’s degree from UW-Platteville’s comprehensive education program prepares you for a rewarding career, opens many doors to success, and brings you the personal and professional rewards you want. As an education major at UW-Platteville, you can earn a teaching degree in four industry-leading education programs:

Early childhood–middle childhood

Learn the skills necessary for a career teaching children from birth to age 11 (grades PreK–6). Coursework also prepares you for a career as a director for a children's center, Head Start program, and family education programs.

Early childhood–adolescence

Get the skills and knowledge necessary to teach children from birth through age 21, in the subject matter of your choice: German, Spanish, music, art, physical education, technology education, or agriculture education.

Middle childhood–early adolescence

Gain confidence and knowledge to teach hands-on STEM integration in any subject to children ages 6–13 (grades 1–8).  

Early adolescence–adolescence

Learn the skills necessary to teach middle school or high school students (ages 10–21). Choose from majors/subject matter areas including: biology, broad field science, chemistry, English, history, mathematics, and social science.