Coming Summer 2023
The Bachelor of Arts in Education Studies (Ed Studies) degree program is a minimum requirement major designed to give you the opportunity to study foundational concepts and concentrate on a specific area of focus that will prepare you for a number of different careers and graduate studies related to the field of education. All students take 30 credits of Foundational Courses and an additional 20 - 22 credits in their chosen option.
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Advising for current UW students seeking to switch or declare Education Studies as their major
Tabitha Bronsema, Lead Admission & Outreach Adviser, supports high school students, transfer students, and returning students in exploring the Education Studies Major. If you have questions about the Education Studies Major, please attend an Undergraduate Majors and Minor Information Session or an Ask an Undergraduate Admissions Adviser Session. Each session is held weekly, see the College of Education calendar for upcoming dates.
Education Studies: Open Admissions Cycle
UW students are able to declare the Education Studies major in the first two weeks of each quarter, beginning in Summer 2023. Interested students are encouraged to follow admission dates and meet with our Education Studies adviser to review credit requirements and complete the Change of Major form.
|Opening Date||Closing Date||Admitted Quarter|
|June 20||July 7||Summer 2023|
|September 27||October 13||Autumn 2023|
|January 3||January 17||Winter 2024|
|March 25||April 8||Spring 2024|
Education Studies Admissions Process for Summer 2023
To complete your Change of Major form in Summer 2023, please schedule a virtual or in-person individual advising appointment with Ramon Concepcion.
45 earned credits
2.0 in English Composition
One Education Introduction course
Meet with adviser to complete the Change of Major form
The College of Education welcomes and encourages transfer students to review both the degree requirements and UW Admission requirements. Please note that applying to both UW and the College of Education is necessary for admission to the major. Further, we strongly recommend transfer students attend Transfer Thursday to get a clearer picture of what it takes to be successfully admitted to the University and the College of Education.