The College of Education licenses students to become K-12 classroom teachers through our Double Degree program. You will graduate from OSU with two bachelor’s degrees and a teaching license with reciprocity in 42 states.
The College of Education is introducing a new degree program which will enable students to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Teaching in Elementary Education, leading to licensure in Oregon.
The B.S. in Teaching program with an option in clinically based elementary education is a hybrid program that blends online and in-person coursework that offers you exceptional mentoring while teaching alongside experienced, senior teachers from partner school districts.
BS in Elementary Education: An undergraduate option for Elementary Multiple Subjects based in Bend.
MS in Education: The Master of Science in Education is a challenging Master's program which prepares science and math teachers for teaching in grades 6-12 and emphasizes the development of a teacher’s ability to develop research-based teaching strategies that make science and mathematics accessible to learners.
MAT in Clinically Based Elementary Education: The new Master of Arts in Teaching in Clinically Based Elementary Education will be a classroom immersion, part-time, two-year program leading to a preliminary teaching license. Coursework will include fully online courses, hybrid courses that are a combination of online and face-to-face learning, and field practicum courses in the Portland Metro Area each term.
MAT with options in: Elementary, Language Arts, Social Studies, Advanced Mathematics, or Integrated Science. The OSU-Cascades Master of Arts in Teaching program offers degrees in elementary and secondary as well as ongoing coursework to support continuing learning and accreditation, including the ESOL endorsement.