Earn your bachelor’s in education and Wisconsin teaching license online and become a 4-12th grade social studies teacher in just 3 years.

By looking at the world through the various lenses of economics, history, geography, political science, social science and psychology, you’ll prepare yourself to help your students do the same. An accelerated bachelor's degree in secondary education with a major in social studies will give you a clear awareness of modern and historical perspectives on these subjects and ready you for a life of service as a teacher. With access to an experienced staff and a curriculum focused on participation in society as productive Christian citizens, by the time you graduate you’ll possess the vital ability to view the world through one final lens: the lens of a teacher.

Cost Per Credit$559

This program is offered fully online to fit your busy lifestyle!

Program Overview

Through a blend of the social sciences, history, and humanities, you’ll learn to guide your students through a myriad of perspectives and social structures, and be able to adapt such lessons for the next generation of thinkers.  Perhaps most importantly, you’ll understand how to help your students discover how people relate to each other, how we interact as groups, and how we organize our thoughts, religions, and governments. With a foundation in social studies, your students will be able to understand the world around them, and their place in it.

You can make a difference in the lives of children; you can become a teacher by earning your bachelor's in secondary education and teaching license online. The Accelerated Secondary Education - Social Studies Licensure program is a fully online bachelor's in education leading to a Wisconsin license to teach grades 4 through 12. The accelerated courses can be scheduled to complete this program in 3 years or at the pace you prefer.

What to Expect
  • 100% online
  • Collaborative eight week courses
  • Begin in July or January
  • Professors with real world experience
  • Practicums and student teaching experiences can occur anywhere in the U.S. (practicum does not have to be in Wisconsin)
  • Program leads to WI teaching licensure in 4-12th grade
  • Applicants may apply for life and work experience credit toward practicum coursework up to 6 credits
  • Transfer up to 84 credits
  • Option to earn Public Education (PLA can be used towards the 9 elective credits for public education candidates), Lutheran Teaching Diploma (LTD) and Christian Teaching Certificate (CTC)

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