Education Preview Day Monday, Nov. 13, 2017 | 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Visit Northwestern during a Preview Day specifically designed for students interested in education. Your time on campus will provide:
In a single day, you can explore multiple areas within the field of education, including:
Basic science endorsement
Business education major
English teaching major or minor
American government endorsement
American history endorsement
World history endorsemennt
Mathematics teaching minor
Physical education endorsement
Physical education major or minor
Physics teaching minor
You'll have the opportunity to get to know the professors who will be teaching your classes—as well as current students in Northwestern's education programs—during breakout sessions, a student panel and lunch. You'll also be able to observe an education class, attend a teaching lab, and schedule appointments to find out more about your co-curricular interests.
Special activities are planned for both future elementary and secondary teachers. You'll also learn about teaching licenses, endorsements, badges and field hours. We want your day with us to be the start of discovering your gifts and God's calling for your life.
Online registration for this special Preview Day has closed. Please call the admissions office at 712-707-7130.
Why study education at NWC?
- Northwestern's education department is 1 of only 4 in Iowa accredited by CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation), the nation's leading accrediting agency for teacher education.
- Our elementary education program has earned national recognition from ACEI—the Association for Childhood Education International.
- Elementary education majors can choose from 15 endorsements, including all subject areas as well as coaching, reading, special education and teaching English as a second language (TESL).
- Students seeking certification as a secondary education teacher can choose from among 13 endorsements, including coaching, special education and TESL.
- Nearly every education class includes a field experience with students in area K-12 schools or public libraries, so that by the time you are given a student -teaching assignment, you’ll already have spent 100 hours in educational settings.
- If you decide to further your education, Northwestern also offers an online Master of Education degree that can be completed in two years or less.
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