The Lakeland College Bachelor of Arts degree program with a major in Education is designed to meet the professional, practical and personal needs of future teachers. Students receive the coursework, knowledge, and assistance they will need to meet Wisconsin's requirements for teaching certification.
They are given the pedagogical tools and practical experiences which beginning teachers need in order to succeed in their own classrooms. Finally, and most importantly, Lakeland's Education majors are encouraged to develop their own voices and teaching styles through hands-on engagement with the teaching process.
Education majors available at the Milwaukee Center are:
- Early Childhood through Middle Childhood Education - grades PK-6: This major requires completion of a diploma program or an associate degree program through the Wisconsin Technical College System in addition to the required Lakeland College coursework. Some WTCS courses will fulfill
Lakeland College course requirements in the major.
(certification in grades PK-6; also requires a passing score of 147 or better
on Elementary Education Content Knowledge PRAXIS II Exam #20014)
- Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence Education - grades 1-8: This major requires an approved minor. The Milwaukee Center offers minors in English, English as a Second Language, History, and Political Science.
(certification in grades 1-8; also requires a passing score of 146 or better on Middle School Subjects Content Knowledge PRAXIS II Exam #20146)
The Education undergraduate degree is currently offered at the Lakeland College Milwaukee Campus:
For a list of degree requirements and courses, click here