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School of Education Majors
Composed of 10 academic departments, the UW-Madison School of Education prepares students in a variety of disciplines. Many students pursue degrees in traditional education areas such as teacher preparation, education studies, educational leadership, education policy, educational psychology, and curriculum & instruction. However, a significant portion of our student population completes degree programs in art, dance, theatre, communication sciences and disorders, kinesiology, health promotion-health equity, occupational therapy, counseling, and rehabilitation psychology.
Undergraduate Academic Programs
The School of Education includes 10 academic departments. Many School of Education students begin their academic careers with a pre-professional designation. About 1/3 of these students are pursuing teacher preparation programs with the remainder selecting from among programs in the arts, health fields, and human services.
Graduate Academic Programs
The School of Education offers graduate programs in more than a dozen areas, including fine art, counseling psychology, curriculum and instruction, K-12 leadership, educational policy studies, educational psychology, kinesiology, occupational therapy, rehabilitation psychology and special education.
If you are seeking students from other disciplines, please refer to the list of campus career services offices.
UW-Madison Recruiting Policies
This document outlines the policies and expectations that regulate employers’ recruitment activities on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. In addition to the policies approved by the campus community, each career services unit may have additional recruiting policies. Recruiters should consult appropriate career services units for additional details.
NACE Principles for Professional Practice
Career services and employment professionals are involved in an important process—helping students choose and attain personally rewarding careers, and helping employers develop effective college relations programs which contribute to effective candidate selections for their organizations. The impact of this process upon individuals and organizations requires commitment by practitioners to principles for professional practice.
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Fairs and Events
Wisconsin Education Recruitment Fair (WERF)
WERF is the statewide educator recruitment fair co-sponsored by the teacher education programs in Wisconsin. It provides professional educators from participating education colleges and universities in Wisconsin and beyond the opportunity to meet with school district representatives regarding employment opportunities. The fair is held in early spring. Find further details and register for this annual spring fair in Handshake. Learn more in the WERF Employer Policies by visiting Handshake. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Career Fairs and Events
The Career Center collaborates with our career services partners across campus to hold fall and spring campus-wide fairs. These career fairs are promoted on the Career Fairs site once the date for each event has been set and confirmed. Visit the Campus-wide Career Events page to view career programs sponsored by career services offices on campus.
The School of Education Career Center will arrange interviews for employers who wish to come to campus or set up Skype interviews. Employers are urged to call the Career Center several weeks prior to a preferred interview date so that the Career Center can notify qualified candidates, and they in turn can make interview appointments. To arrange a campus visit or Skype interview, contact the Career Center staff by email or call 608-262-1651.