EDUCATION GRADUATE REPORT

What is a Wartburg College education degree worth? No doubt, at least part of the answer is a satisfying career and exciting challenges to impact students’ lives. Four years in the Wartburg education program prepares you to work with students at any level, in diverse classroom settings, and share your interest in a content area. That’s the worth of a Wartburg education degree.

2015-16 Education Department Graduate Information

EMPLOYED FULL TIME (EDUCATION)

EMPLOYED PART TIME (EDUCATION)

EMPLOYED (NON-EDUCATION)

CONTINUING EDUCATION

100%
Employment Rate
(based on 100% response rate)

PAST FIVE-YEAR EMPLOYMENT DESTINATIONS

Arizona
Colorado
Hawaii
Iowa
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Maryland

Minnesota
Montana
Nebraska
North Carolina
North Dakota
Oregon
Wisconsin

ALSO:
Cambodia
Korea
Kuwait
Malaysia
Marine Corp
Morocco

ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY, K-12 EDUCATION STATISTICS

  • Over 40 licensure options available
  • Licensed to teach in an elementary and/or secondary school
  • The Teacher Education Program accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP)
  • The Education Program is also approved by the Iowa Department of Education
  • Member of AACTE and IACTE
  • Partnerships with over 100 schools including Colorado, Hawaii, Des Moines, Germany (in progress)
  • Local partnerships within a 40 mile radius include:
Aplington-Parkersburg
Cedar Falls
Cedar Valley Catholic School System
Charles City
Clarksville
Denver
Dike-New Hartford
Dunkerton
Gilbertville
Hampton-Dumont
Hudson
Janesville
Jesup
Mason City
Nashua-Plainfield
New Hampton
North Butler
Oelwein
St. Paul’s Elementary
Sumner-Fredericksburg
The Bosco System
Tripoli
Union-LaPorte
Wapsie Valley
Waterloo
Waverly-Shell Rock