English Education

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Share Your Love of English

Inspire a new generation of writers and book lovers! Share the authors and writing techniques that inspired you to pursue teaching. After you graduate from DWU, you'll teach 7-12 graders to grow and understand language arts and English. Empower your future students to succeed with communication skills and knowledge of literature themes.

English Education Courses

What classes will you complete? Check out our course listings such as:

  • Educational Psychology
  • American Indian Education
  • Young Adult Literature
  • English Methods

Find more of the classes you will take in our academic catalog.

Student Teaching

Before you graduate, you’ll have a full semester of student teaching. Before you even begin student teaching, you’ll have at least 200 hours of experience in front of or observing a classroom. Engage in classroom activities with local students and learn beside your peers under faculty supervision.

Check Out Our Other Education Majors

Biology Education

Elementary Education

History Education

Math Education

Music Education

Special Education

Get to Know Your Professors

Learn how to teach from our teachers! Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors.

Any Questions?

Contact us anytime! Call admissions at 605-995-2650, or email us at admissions@dwu.edu.

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