Your Pathway To Teaching

Start making an impact in the lives of children and families today.

Earn your Bachelors of Education in Elementary Education (B.Ed.) or Master of Arts in Teaching STEM/ESOL (MAT STEM/ESOL) Degree very affordably at Pacific University’s Downtown Woodburn Campus.  22-month B.Ed. cohorts begin in late August, 12-month MAT STEM/ESOL cohorts begin in late June.  Scholarships available through the National Science Foundation and TeachOregon—become part of an elite group of future teachers at Pacific Woodburn.

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How to Apply

We want to make applying to these programs as easy as possible. All the steps needed are available on our application process page. However, the first will be getting connected with a mentor.

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Transfer Guide

The Undergraduate B.Ed. program is designed for community college students who want to become licensed teachers.  Candidates must complete at least 70% of the required community college course work to be enrolled in the B.Ed. program. If you are currently working towards your Associates Degree, this guide is for you. Our step by step guide makes your journey easier.

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FAQ’s about the B.Ed. Program

What is it? How to I apply? Where do I even begin? We know there are a lot of questions when thinking about becoming a teacher. Our FAQ page is here to help!

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Interested in becoming a teacher, but not seeing the right program for you? Pacific University has a wide variety of programs offered.

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