Department of Teacher Education

Ready to pursue your dream of teaching?

The Teacher Education Department in the College of Education and Human Services offers many undergraduate and graduate programs that lead to initial teacher preparation in selected teaching fields and selected age levels. Teacher Education also offers several advanced professional programs for current teachers seeking advanced study and/or additional teaching credentials.

Success Stories

Mark Winters started his 25-year career in the military during his freshman year at Wright State when he joined the Army ROTC.
Kevin Cornell, a two-time Wright State graduate, teaches kids about science through his popular YouTube channel.

Department News

Nick Warrington to oversee ARTSGala as COLA’s director of events and community engagement

Nick Warrington, a 2012 Wright State graduate, hopes to attract more first-time attendees and enhance the experience of all attendees at ARTSGala.

Wright State alumni lead Oktoberfest at Dayton Art Institute

Wright State grads Patty and Michael Griest, who is also director of student enrollment services are co-chairs of the Dayton Art Institute's annual Oktoberfest.

Junior Teresa Rapking named Wright State Student Employee of the Year

Teresa Rapking majors in early childhood education and works as a student assistant in the Office of the Registrar.

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