Teacher Education

Degree Guide Key:
Traditional Day ProgramsWC
Evening & Weekend ProgramsSCD
Online ProgramsON
Graduate ProgramsGRAD

 

Teacher Education Website

 

Bachelor in education programs

You can realize your goal of becoming an educator through Midway College’s Teacher Education programs. Midway has an excellent reputation for developing leaders in the classroom and prides itself on a perfect record – 100% of Midway College teacher education students receive their provisional licensure after graduation!

As a student enrolled in our programs for education, you’ll learn from experienced faculty members committed to your success as a student and as a future teacher. Our teacher degree programs combine a solid curriculum with practical, hands-on experience. You can earn your degree in Elementary (P-5), Middle School (5-9), Secondary (English, Biology, Mathematics) or teaching to students with learning and behavior disorders. With Midway College, you can start today to make a difference in the lives of students tomorrow. We even provide convenient learning options that allow you to take courses through our Women’s College or help you become a teacher online through interactive online program.

Contact us

If you’re curious about the requirements for becoming a teacher, feel free to contact us. We’d be happy to answer your questions and help you explore our various education degrees. With many Bachelor’s degree in education options available, you can choose the one that best matches your interests. We encourage you to schedule a campus visit and check out our school near Lexington in Kentucky for yourself.

Degrees Offered

Division Chair

Dr. Charles Roberts - Division Chair for Teacher Education
Dr. Charles Roberts
chroberts@midway.edu
859-846-5811

Dr. Charles Roberts has served as chair of the Teacher Education department for the past four years. Prior to coming to Midway College, Dr. Roberts served as a school superintendent for 25 years in three different school districts in Kentucky. He received a B.S. degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Social Studies from Cumberland College, an M.A. in Education with an emphasis in Social Studies from Union College, an Ed.S. in Curriculum Development from Union College, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Vanderbilt University.