Midwest Education Studies

Teaching For Tomorrow

Many opportunities exist in the education field that do not require teaching certification, and you will learn how to be involved in the life of children and young adults without standing in front of a classroom.

Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.”-John Dewey

To fulfill the technological literacy requirement, students must successfully complete EDU/ELE 240 Media and Technology in Education, complete pre-professional courses, and complete two areas of concentration from other education majors.

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Learning Opportunities

Attending QU's Education program was insightful and well worth it. Not only did the program envelope today's school systems, it also gave me the tools for teaching in an ever-changing environment.
Angela Sloan '15, B.S. Education

Your Midwest Education Studies Career Options:

Work as a special education para-professionals, or in schools and community with students who are deaf or for whom English is a second language.

Active Learning Opportunities:

  • Join the Kappa Delta Pi National Honor Society for Education Majors
  • Join Big Brothers/Big Sisters and make a positive impact on a child’s life
  • Intern at local schools for experience starting your second year
Fun Fact: Last spring break our students traveled over 10,480 miles to complete 4,000 service hours in New Orleans, New York, South Carolina, and more.

Contact Us

For more information about this program, contact Dr. Bruce Spitzer, Dean of the School of Education at spitzbr@quincy.edu or fill out the form below.

There’s no application fee when you apply online.