Paraprofessional to Teacher Licensure Option for Elementary Education
Open to women and men, Alverno’s Paraprofessional to Teacher Licensure program is a streamlined path to licensure for practicing paraprofessionals who have an associate’s degree or at least 60 credits but not a bachelor’s degree.
In 24 months, you can earn Bachelor’s of Science in Education from one of the most respected and innovative schools in Wisconsin.
Why a Bachelor of Science in Education?
If you’ve dreamed of taking your place at the front of the classroom, this program will take your classroom skills to the next level with a Bachelor’s of Science in Education.
- Working paraprofessional
- An associate’s degree or at least 60 college credits*
*We will work with you if you have less than 60 college credits to formulate a plan to finish the degree.
Convenient class schedule
Classes will alternate between on campus and online – ensuring you’re able to balance work, family and an otherwise busy schedule.
The Para to Teacher Licensure program integrates the best of online learning with critical in-classroom instruction. This program also includes one semester of student teaching in the classroom.
|LA-301||Introduction to Alverno Degree Cmpletion||1|
|LA-310||Finding Meaning in Professional Practice||4|
|ED-348||Teaching & Assessment in K-8||4|
|LA-320||Art, Culture & Ethics||4|
|ED-368||Working With Diverse Populatio||4|
|ED-378||Processes of Literacy Acquision||4|
|LA-330||Sustainablty& Technology in Changng Wrld||4|
|ED-388||Literacy Across the Curriculum||4|
|LA-340||Informed Decision-Makg/Complex Societies||4|
|ED-418||Dif Inst/Assmnt-Math, Science& Soc Stds||4|
|Successful completion for Praxis II and Wisconsin Foundations of Reading Test|
Decades ago, Alverno adopted its groundbreaking abilities-based curriculum, a revolutionary approach to learning and assessment that educators from around the world continue to study and emulate today. As more school districts adopt this educational model, you’ll have the advantage of experiencing it firsthand, learning from educators who are leaders in the field.