University of Wisconsin-Superior (Online)
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About University of Wisconsin-Superior (Online)

The University of Wisconsin Superior, founded in 1893, is Wisconsin’s leading public arts college - fostering educational growth and career preparation within a strong liberal arts framework. Located in Superior, a city of 27,000 residents at the western tip of Lake Superior, UW-Superior offers an ideal student-faculty ratio of 18-to-1 and small classes where students and professors get to know each other. Students choose from more than 30 undergraduate majors in art, business, computers, education, mathematics, music, science and the humanities; pre-professional programs; individually designed majors and minors; dual-degree programs in engineering and forestry; two-year associate degree; and distance learning opportunities. Several master’s degree programs are also available.

Teacher Education at University of Wisconsin-Superior

UW-Superior’s Teacher Education Program prepares students to become outstanding teachers at the elementary and secondary levels, with many specialties from which to choose. The programs prepare successful graduates for licensure in Wisconsin and in many other states. The elementary education major prepares students to obtain certification to teach pre-kindergarten through sixth grade or first through seventh grade. Elementary Education majors must also complete an additional teaching major or an approved minor. The secondary education certification program prepares students to teach middle school and high school in a variety of subjects, or to teach physical education, art or music at the early childhood-adolescent levels. Secondary education certification students complete a major or minor in the academic subject in which they wish to teach, plus professional education courses to gain classroom skills and experience. The department also offers highly-regarded master’s programs.

A recent study from Georgetown University found that, on average, college graduates earn $1 million more in earnings over their lifetime. (Source: 2017 Study by Georgetown University)
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