WGU Texas Teachers College
Change Lives with an Online Teaching Degree Program
WGU Texas offers challenging online teaching degree programs for both current and aspiring teachers. Because WGU Texas is a part of Western Governors University, a nonprofit, online university founded and supported by the governors of 19 U.S. states, you'll benefit from both superior online degree programs and lower tuition. WGU Texas’ programs are designed to produce highly competent teachers because our degrees are aligned specifically with state standards.
Online Teacher Licensure Programs
Explore the many online teaching degree options WGU Texas offers:
- Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Mathematics (5–9 or 5–12)
- Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Science (5–9 or 5–12)
- Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Social Science (5–12)
- M.A. Teaching (K–8)
- M.A. Teaching, English (5–12)
- M.A. Teaching, Mathematics (5–9
- M.A. Teaching, Science (5–9 or 5–12)
- M.A. Teaching, Social Science (5–12)
Through Western Governors University, WGU Texas' online teaching degree programs are NCATE accredited. This prestigious accreditation, offered by the premier accrediting body for teacher preparation programs, shows that WGU Texas teaching program graduates have the subject matter expertise and teaching abilities required to help all students learn.
All of WGU Texas’ online teacher licensure programs include supervised teaching in an actual classroom. This valuable hands-on experience means you’ll have the skills you need to become an effective educator. Learn more about the WGU Texas student teaching requirement.
Getting Licensed in Texas
Upon completion of your WGU Texas online teaching bachelor's degree program, you can apply for your initial teaching license through reciprocity. You can apply directly to the state if you complete a post-baccalaureate or master's degree program.
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