Student Success and Transitions

Education Pathway

Students who choose the Education Pathway have a passion for youth and making a difference. Many who choose this pathway want to do public good and have an impact on the world, which can have a wide-reaching impact. Those in Education prepare the next generation and nurture the public. Some interested in this pathway want to work with children, but not in a traditional classroom and there are ways within this pathway to explore those options.

Related Majors:

Education Policy, Elementary Education (Birth – Age 5, Preschool – Grade 3, and Preschool – Grade 6), Secondary Education (Art (K-12), Music (K-12), Math, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Space Science, Physics, Social Studies, Language Arts (Communication, Language, Literature, Writing, English as a New Language), French, German and Spanish)  and Early Childhood Education.

Related Careers:

Adult Education Instructor, Alumni Relations, Athletic Coach, Athletic Director, Child Life Specialist, Curriculum Specialist, Day Care Administrator, Education and Training Administrator, Education Management Specialist, Educational Administrator, Educational Materials Sales Representative, Educational Resource Coordinator, Educational Therapist, Elementary School Teacher, Employee Training Instructor, Financial Aid Counselor, Grant Writer, Guidance Counselor, Librarian, Library Consultant, Media Center Specialist, Preschool Administrator, Resource Teacher, Social Services Employee, Student Affairs Administrator, Training Specialist, Tutor, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

Academic Program Links:

http://www.ipfw.edu/departments/cepp/depts/educational-studies/elementary/

http://www.ipfw.edu/departments/cepp/depts/educational-studies/early/

http://www.ipfw.edu/departments/cepp/depts/educational-studies/education-policy/

http://www.ipfw.edu/departments/cepp/depts/educational-studies/secondary/

http://www.doe.in.gov/