The Education Program
UE's School of Education offers a challenging curriculum in a supportive environment, preparing tomorrow's teachers with the tools they will need to succeed in their own classroom.
The University of Evansville School of Education offers programs that lead to a Bachelor of Science degree and state licensure at all levels, kindergarten through high school. Students may choose from the following teaching areas:
- Elementary education (including kindergarten)
- Senior high/high school and junior high/middle school
- Biology/Life Science
- English and language arts
- Foreign language (French, German, Spanish)
- Social studies
- Majors available for all grade levels:
- Special education
- Visual art
Benefits for UE Education Students
Majoring in education at the University of Evansville prepares students to teach the right way – by doing it. Education students experience the following:
- A K-12 classroom placement during their very first semester at UE.
- Intensive internships (250+ hours) during junior year for elementary and secondary students.
- Four full-semester practicums during sophomore and junior years for special education students.
- A full 16 weeks of student teaching.
- 1,000 hours of classroom experience before graduation.
- Opportunities to conduct research with faculty members and participate in community activities, including literacy and reading events and after-school programs.