The Transition to Teaching program at WSU is a two-year alternative licensure program that combines graduate coursework and full-time, paid teaching in an accredited school as the classroom teacher of record.
Informational meetings regarding the program will be held from 2-3 p.m. Saturdays, March 4 and 11, at the Corbin Education Center, Room 156C at WSU.
The program is geared toward working professionals looking for a career change and more recent graduates wanting to teach. Teaching candidates fulfill teacher licensure requirements in the first 29 hours (two years). Those who wish to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree must complete an additional seven hours of research in the third year.
For more information, contact Jim Granada, WSU Transition to Teaching director, at 316-978-6298 or email@example.com.