The School of Education at Wichita State University offers both undergraduate and
graduate programs for those wanting to pursue a teaching career or to advance their
knowledge of curriculum and instruction. Students who complete licensure or endorsement programs in the School of Education are
eligible to apply for Kansas teaching licenses and/or endorsements.
Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs
Learn more about Art Education at WSU.
The Early Childhood Unified (ECU) Program is designed to prepare teachers of young children (birth through grade 3).
Learn to teach in the elementary schools through a rich, field-based teacher preparation program at Wichita State University.
The Wichita State University English Education Program prepares highly qualified English teachers.
Share your love for history and political science as a teacher.
Preparation for highly qualified mathematics teachers begins at Wichita State University.
Wichita State offer a degree in PreK-12 Music Education with emphasis in:
- Special Music Education
Turn your passion for healthy lifestyles and working with kids into a career with a degree in physical education from Wichita State.
Learn more about the Teacher Apprentice Program (TAP) at WSU.
The PreK-12 World Languages Program at Wichita State University is a 4-year program designed to prepare teachers of Spanish and French to teach in PreK-12 schools.
Graduate students wishing to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise may pursue a Masters degree, certificate program or non degree elective courses and workshops.
The Master of Education in Learning and Instructional Design is ideal for education and professional development career advancement for those who are engaged in the K-12 teaching and workplace training of adult learners.
The Online Master of Education in Special Education Program at Wichita State University
will prepare you to make a positive impact on students with mild-to-moderate cross-categorical
disabilities. Choose from three program emphasis: high incidence, low incidence and
Learn more about Special Education at WSU.
Choose from two program options secondary education content area or early childhood unified.
The School of Education houses a nationally recognized Alternative Certification Program for professionals wishing to gain licensure in Secondary Education and an innovative Early Childhood Unified Residency program for professionals interested in licensure in Birth – Grade 3.
The Alternative Certification Program as WSU allows individuals who possess an undergraduate degree to complete certification requirements while being employed by a school district or in one of the WSU partnership sites.
The Early Childhood Unified (ECU) Residency program is available for students with a previous bachelor's degree who wish to be licensed in birth - 3rd grade.
The Transition to Teaching (T2T) program at WSU is a two-year alternative licensure program for those with a previous bachelor's degree.
The High Incidence Alternative Certification (Pilot Program) program provides individuals who have at least one year of experience as a paraprofessional and a Bachelors degree outside the field of education with a route to becoming a special education teacher of record.
Graduate certificates are awarded to students who desire interdisciplinary course work to complement their graduate degree program or to students who, for academic, personal, or professional reasons, desire graduate-level education not leading to a graduate degree. School of Education offers three graduate certificates.
To provide for the changing needs of learners in the area of Educational Technology, this program offers Information and Communication Technology (ICT) education to educators, trainers and professional developers who wish to advance their knowledge of Information technology in education, integrate technology into classroom instruction or professional setting, and use technology for communication and professional productivity.