We believe in a public education that advocates for learners of all backgrounds and works towards a just society. Our commitment is to engage our students in critical practice and reflection and develop habits of mind to transform teaching and learning.
Welcome to the Kutztown University Department of Secondary Education website! Here you'll find information about the undergraduate and graduate programs we offer, information about our faculty, student resources, and more. If you have any questions, please contact our department chair Dr. Mark Wolfmeyer or our department office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teacher Education programs at Kutztown University are fully accredited by the State of Pennsylvania through the Pennsylvania Department of Education and are nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Undergraduate Majors & Minors
We offer B.S.Ed. in Secondary Education certificate programs in the following academic specializations:
- Computer Science
- Computer Science & Mathematics (dual certification)
- Earth & Space Science*
- General Science*
- Social Studies*
- Mathematics & Physics (dual certification)
Subjects denoted with an asterisk (*) are also available as a Secondary Education/Special Education dual certificate for grades PK-12.
- English as a Second Language (for education students only)
- Secondary Education (for non-Sec Ed students)
The following Masters and Certificate programs are currently offered:
If you are interested in Secondary Education's programs, please contact our coordinators to learn more:
Dr. Mark Wolfmeyer: Department Chair, Coordinator of B.S.Ed Secondary Education certificate programs, Coordinator of M.Ed. Secondary Education with Initial Certification program
Dr. Patricia Walsh Coates: Coordinator of M.Ed. Secondary Education non-certificate programs
Dr. Georgeos Sirrakos: Coordinator of Supervisory and Principal Certificate programs
Dr. Brenda Muzeta: Coordinator of English as a Second Language (ESL) program
Hear about the student experience with Secondary Education at KU from undergraduate student Dominique Headen: