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.
BS in Teaching in Elementary Education
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.
BS in Clinically Based Elementary Education
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.