The Undergraduate Teacher Education Program prepares teachers to impact student learning through research-based methodologies and strong, positive relationships.
The Undergraduate Teacher Education Program (UGTE) at Cardinal Stritch University prepares teachers to impact student learning through research-based methodologies and strong, positive relationships. We approach teacher education as a reflective, rigorous process through which teacher candidates learn about themselves, their students, and educational practice so our graduates can make the decisions necessary to impact student learning positively across all contexts and with all students.
This program is accredited by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
The education of teachers is a joint venture of the University and the public and private schools. The UGTE program at Stritch provides early and continuing experiences in public, private and professional development schools. The theme of “bridging knowledge, practice and service” is woven through all elements of the programs. Program outcomes are grounded in the Wisconsin content and teacher standards for licensure.
Courses Are Available
Semesters to Join
- Fall (August)
- Spring (January)
Transfer Credits You Already Earned
A maximum of 18 credits can be transferred to a B.A. degree or 36 credits toward a B.F.A. at the discretion of the department upon transcript and portfolio review. Download our guide that explains
Applications for admission are reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply to an undergraduate program:
- Request transcripts from your school(s)
- Send us your ACT or SAT scores
Some academic scholarships require having an application on file, and being accepted, to see if you qualify.
International students will need to
submit additional information regarding language proficiency and obtaining a student visa.
The Stritch Alumni Network
Students, families, and employers know Stritch as a university that helps students find their mission, develop new skills, gain relevant career experience, and expand their professional networks. With a network of more than 34,000 graduates, our alumni are successful in their roles at nonprofits, schools, small companies, health care organizations, corporations, and entrepreneurial ventures.