The accomplishments of Defiance College education graduates rests in part on the rapport established with area schools and the caring, personal attention given to each student by the experienced faculty. With additional education, many graduates also work as principals, superintendents, and in specialty positions such as guidance counselors and curriculum coordinators.
Field experiences in schools, an important part of the program, begin as early as the first semester of the freshman year, continue through a variety of classroom settings, and culminate in a supervised student teaching experience during the senior year.
Educators who have already completed their baccalaureate degree and have a teaching license may choose to enroll in Defiance College's Master of Arts in Education program.
Defiance College offers the following majors leading to teacher licensure:
Undergraduate Endorsement Programs
Master of Arts in Education programs offered in education
- Master of Arts in Education
- Master of Arts in Education with Sport Coaching Concentrations
- Master of Arts in Education with Ohio K-12 Reading Endorsement*
*Reading Endorsement is also available as a stand-alone program.
Rachel Eicher, ABD
Assistant Professor of Practice of Early Childhood Education
Administrative Assistant for Education