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Oregon Bachelor's in Education Programs

(found programs from 5 schools)

If you have a passion for teaching and a gift for exciting children and adolescents about learning, you may be a natural educator. If you are interested in becoming a teacher in Oregon, start by earning your Bachelor's in education. With a Bachelor's, you will be enabled to enter your own classroom with confidence and real pedagogical skills.

EducationDegree.com can help you find a Bachelor's in education program from one of several Oregon universities that can prepare you for a rewarding career inspiring the next generation of students. If you are ready to learn more about becoming a teacher in Oregon, request information from the schools below that interest you. As a general rule, it's best to consider multiple programs before making your decision.

Earning Your Bachelor's in Education in Oregon

An accredited Bachelor's in education program can put you on the right path to a professional career as an educator. In addition to a curriculum that provides a well-rounded education in the arts, aspiring teachers must choose a grade level or area of mastery to major in. Oregon provides several different types of subject areas such as:

  • Early Childhood Education Certification
  • Elementary School Certification
  • Special Education Licensure
  • High School Teaching Certification
  • Middle School Education Certification

Planning your core courses is an important process to ensure your major or certification concentration is addressed for your teaching credentials. Core courses will usually be determined by your major. Depending on your selected subject, these courses may include some of the following:

  • Teaching Strategies for Adolescents with Technology
  • Introduction to Psychology of the Elementary School Child
  • Literature for Preschoolers
  • Assessing Learning Disabilities and Adapting the Classroom

After completing your Bachelor's in education program, aspiring teachers continue a teacher preparation program for licensure that is completed through coursework, testing and usually a clinical teaching project. As defined by the Oregon Department of Education, these teaching credential requirements will depend on your subject of mastery.

Outlook for Teachers in Oregon

Choosing to study an area of teaching deemed high-needs may help improve your chances of employment post-licensure, and may even qualify you for federal loan forgiveness programs. According to the Oregon Department of Education, some of these areas include:

  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Foreign Language or Bilingual Education
  • Special Education (including infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities)

Oregon offers competitive pay for teachers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean salary for popular teaching positions in Oregon in 2012 was:

  • $54,990 for elementary school teachers
  • $54,550 for middle school teachers
  • $64,020 for special education teachers

As a teacher in Oregon, you can find an exciting career in numerous areas of education. Teachers enjoy extended vacations to travel, spend time with family or elect to work for the summer. If you're ready to take the next step toward a teaching career, explore the featured programs on this page and contact several that interest you! As a general rule, we recommend contacting several schools to help you make the most informed decision possible about the future of your education.


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