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Earn a Teaching Degree

at UW-Platteville

Creating Leaders In The Classroom And Community

Since opening as the state’s first teachers college in 1866, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Education has helped thousands of teachers become leaders in the classroom and in their communities. Thanks to our dedicated faculty and focus on place-based education, you’ll learn best practices for incorporating the unique needs of your surrounding culture into how you teach and work with students.

Earn a Teaching Degree

Majors Offered

  • Elementary-Middle Level Education
    • License: Kindergarten-9th grade
  • Middle-Secondary Education and Special Fields
    • License: 4th-12th grade
    • License: Kindergarten-12th grade

Major in a subject area with an education emphasis. Just some of the options include:

  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture & Technology
  • Art
  • English
  • German
  • History and Social Sciences
  • Mathematics

Opportunities for Success

A wide array of practicum experience, student teaching, student clubs, and study abroad opportunities make you career-ready.

Practical and Affordable

UW-Platteville tuition ranks among the lowest in the state of Wisconsin. Plus, we offer a wide range of scholarships and financial aid opportunities.

Social Justice and Equity

You’ll learn how social justice and equity issues impact your students and their families, and how you can help them learn, adapt, and thrive.

Rurally Responsive

With over 70% of Wisconsin’s schools serving rural areas, our curriculum focuses on the unique needs of those communities, as well as larger towns and cities.