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Dreeben School of Education



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Discover Teaching

Our Teacher Education program offers students a pathway to a career in teaching through intensive, authentic, and high-quality field-based experiences.

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Students in the Doctoral Program attending class.

Earn Your Ph.D.

Our Doctoral Program has flexible classes for working professionals. We prepare students for future endeavors in scholarly research and professional leadership.

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Dreeben School Academics

Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. Programs

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We prepare future leaders through a value-based education that emphasizes lifelong learning.

Teacher Education student

Teacher Education Program

Become a life-changing teacher and pursue your elementary, secondary and all-level teaching certification with our state recognized program. 

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Graduate Studies student

Graduate Studies Program

Prepare yourself for a variety of roles in research, international education, organizational leadership, and higher education administration.

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Changing the World, One Student at a Time

 

100%

Teacher certification exam pass rate in Teacher Education 
(2016-2017)

400+

Fieldwork hours are completed by Interdisciplinary Studies majors prior to clinical teaching

90%

Success in dissertation completion in Doctoral Program

8-15

Average class size in Graduate Studies

 

Message from the Dean

 

Dr. Denise Staudt
Dr. Denise Staudt 

 
Thank you for your interest in the Dreeben School of Education at the University of the Incarnate Word. As Dean of the school, I want to personally welcome you and invite you to learn more about our faculty and programs and how we are preparing students to become leaders in their selected professions.

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News

 

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Dr. Elda Martinez Presents at Literacy Research Association 67th Annual Conference

On November 29, Dreeben School of Education Professor and Director of Teacher Education, Elda Martinez, Ed.D., presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association in Tampa, Florida.

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Students present at National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention

Students pursuing English majors with Education minors, presented roundtable presentations in The Future Is Now: Exploring 21st-Century Teaching Ideas with the Next Generation of English Teachers session.

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Doctoral Student Research Symposium

The Annual Doctoral Student Research Symposium is a celebration of students actively engaged in research at the Dreeben School of Education. The Doctoral Student Association hosts the symposium in conjunction with the Dreeben School of Education.

Contact Information

4301 Broadway, CPO 293
San Antonio, Texas 78209

210-829-3137
education@uiwtx.edu

Located in the Gorman Building, Suite 142.