Making an Impact in Education.

Dominican University’s teacher preparation programs offer graduate and undergraduate degrees in early childhood education, special education, middle and secondary teaching, and graduate degrees in reading, English as second language and educational administration. The School of Education programs are accredited and approved by Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, the Illinois State Board of Education and the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Educators (NCATE).

Join a dynamic group of educators who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of students. Collaborate with others who are passionate about education and social justice with a local and global perspective. Maximize your influence as a teacher through a degree at Dominican University. Our tradition of teaching excellence focuses on the core values of scholarship, leadership and service. Graduate and undergraduate programs provide the highest quality training to prepare you for excellence as a professional educator.

  • Experience individualized support and mentorship from caring faculty who are invested in your success
  • Work with master teachers who will support your growth in field experience settings.
  • Gain vital skills for teaching that will prepare you to support student success across a variety of urban, multi-cultural, public, private, faith-based, and charter school setting.
  • Enjoy learning with dynamic peers who will become life-long professional colleagues