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Walker School of Education

At Midland University, the preparation of teachers is philosophically grounded in the liberal arts and aligned with the University’s Mission: To learn and lead in the world with purpose. 

Mission

Walker School of Education LogoThe Walker School of Education program’s mission is to prepare culturally responsive educators who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to build a culture of learning, understand the content, plan and deliver effective instruction, support ALL learners, and model professionalism. In order to fulfill these missions, courses of study include general liberal arts courses, core educational coursework, and endorsement-specific coursework. Students will have field experiences in many of their beginning courses and throughout their program. They will have a culminating clinical experience for each field or subject endorsement.


Benefits of Our Programs

Teachers get to inspire and educate young people.  Teachers become influential in students’ lives, inspiring and motivating them to achieve their potential. By pursuing a career in education, you benefit society as a whole. The impression you make on the individual in the classroom continues onto the next generation.

Teacher Education prepares culturally responsive educators who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to, build a culture of learning, understand the content, plan and deliver effective instruction, support ALL learners, and model professionalism.


Academic Core Experience

At Midland University, each student progresses through an academic core experience during their four years of study. The DRIVE framework is designed to develop skills, create experiences and prepare students to set their course for success.


Accreditation

Midland University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Education Program is approved by the Nebraska State Board of Education. Learn more here.


Explore Our Programs

At Midland, the preparation of teachers is philosophically grounded in the liberal arts and aligned with the University’s Mission: To learn and lead in the world with purpose. The education program’s mission is to prepare culturally responsive educators who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to build a culture of learning, understand the content, plan and deliver effective instruction, support ALL learners, and model professionalism. In order to fulfill these missions, courses of study include general liberal arts courses, core educational coursework, and endorsement-specific coursework. Students will have field experiences in many of their beginning courses and throughout their program. They will have a culminating clinical experience for each field or subject endorsement.

Undergraduate Majors

Undergraduate Endorsements

Graduate Level Studies


Stand-Alone Courses

Social Emotional Learning and Teaching Course | June 7-27, 2021

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CASSIDY ESPESETH

Senior, Biology Major

I decided to come to Midland because I felt a sense of home and community the moment I walked onto campus. I could tell from my very first visit that this university had endless opportunities and amazing experiences to offer, and simply, I couldn't imagine myself spending four years anywhere else.
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