The School of Education at the University of Mount Union offers various undergraduate, graduate, and endorsement programs in Teacher Education. The School of Education is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and our programs are approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Our Teacher Education programs are designed to prepare students for licensure in the State of Ohio. The School of Education is currently in the process of researching whether our programs meet education requirements in states other than Ohio. Each state’s licensure board should be contacted for complete information on the application process and additional requirements. For a comprehensive list of state teaching boards and contact information, please see Teacher Education Professional Licensure.
For a list of University of Mount Union programs identified as potentially leading to Educator licensure, applicable licensures and/or endorsements, and individual U.S. state and territory determinations for meeting education requirements, please see State-by-State Determinations.
Adolescence to Young Adult, Intervention Specialist, Middle Childhood Education, Multiage Education, Music Education, Physical Education, Primary Education
Undergraduate students who successfully complete coursework and pass all associated licensure exams are eligible to be recommended for the recognized 4 Year Ohio Resident Educator Licenses and/or Endorsements (Early Childhood Generalist, Prekindergarten Special Needs, Middle Childhood Generalist in Language Arts and Reading, Mathematics, Science, and/or Social studies).
M.Ed. Ohio Principal Licensure
Graduate students who successfully complete coursework in the M.Ed. Ohio Principal Licensure Concentration and pass the associated Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) 015 Educational Leadership exam are eligible to be recommended for the Ohio Principal’s License (PK-6, 4-9, and/or 5-12).