Who Are Hiram’s Teacher Licensure Majors?
Hiram’s students in the education licensure program typically want to teach somewhere in the PreK-Grade 12 arena, often in a particular grade band or subject area. They’re eager to gain practical experience, which starts as early as the first year. They’re eager to troubleshoot classroom challenges in partnership with the program’s faculty members, and they’re highly engaged in the Hiram community.
About the Teacher Licensure Program
Hiram College’s New Liberal Arts approach to education ensures graduates have the skills to teach and support 21st-century learners. By focusing on critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity, majors prepare to teach a diverse, dynamic student body.
Hiram teacher candidates learn by doing, both out in the field and in campus classrooms, with faculty supporting them as they engage in deep and connected experiences with learners.
Learn more about the education, teaching licensure program.
The Education Department at Hiram College is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Individual licensure programs are approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education and the Early Childhood program is nationally recognized by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
What Careers Can You Pursue with an Education, Teacher Licensure Major?
After Hiram, former teaching licensure majors have pursued positions in the education field including teacher, superintendent, principal, administrator, classroom behavioral therapist, and more.
Are you considering becoming a Hiram education, teaching licensure major? Request more information today.
In addition to the teacher licensure program, students desiring a broader career path can also pursue an educational studies major through the same Education Department. Both programs offer students the opportunity to engage in experiences that will prepare them for challenges faced by education and educators of the 21st century.