Wofford’s program in Teacher Education allows students to earn certification
to teach biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, social studies (economics,
government, history, psychology and sociology) in grades 9-12, and French and Spanish
in grades K-12. By passing the state-required national examinations students are
recommended for licensure in South Carolina.
Get basic degree and contact information about the professors in
the department of Education.
Everything you need to know about the requirements
to obtain a major in Education including number of hours, course distribution demands and any capstone experiences that are required.
The goal of the Teacher Education program is to create teachers who provide leadership within the school community and who model a
commitment to life-long learning.
Wofford is consistently recognized by industry publications
as a leading liberal arts institution based on the strength of its academic
programs and faculty and offers 53 majors, minors and programs.