Our students are subject matter experts in math, science, social studies, English language arts or a designated world language. We prepare graduates to address adolescent-specific issues, support youth from poverty-impacted communities, and help students transition into young adulthood. You’ll receive expert mentorship and extensive fieldwork including a full year of school experience. Our secondary teachers have the option of adding specialized preparation and endorsements in teaching English Language Learners, special education and more.

Explore our secondary teaching pathways:

Secondary Teacher Education Program

A year-long, cohort-based Master's in Teaching program.

UW Accelerated Certification for Teachers

Designed for candidates who are teachers of record and hold conditional or emergency certification.

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