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WGU TEACHERS COLLEGE

Students Need You Now More Than Ever. Become a Teacher.

SPECIAL OFFER
WGU is proud to offer the $4,000 Become a Teacher scholarship. Apply for WGU admission FREE, and learn more about how to apply for this scholarship.

Your Own Classroom is Calling! Become a Teacher.

"You’d make a great teacher!” Sound familiar? We’re looking for natural-born educators like you to make a difference for the next generation, and we’re making it easier than ever:

  • Tuition you can afford. At only $3,475 - $3,625 per term, you won't find a better mix of quality and value.
  • Scholarships are available. WGU awarded $23 million in scholarships in 2021. This is your chance to take advantage of our scholarship funds to earn your teaching degree—including the $4,000 Become a Teacher Scholarship.
  • Certification in any state. Our AAQEP- and CAEP-accredited programs are approved to get you your license wherever you live.
  • A faster, flexible path. Earn your degree online, on your scheduleThe average time to earn a teaching license at WGU is under 3½ years for a bachelor’s degree!*

*WGU Internal Data

Find Your Teaching Degree at WGU

Accredited,

Respected,

Recognized™

One important measure of a degree’s value is the reputation of the university where it was earned. When employers, industry leaders, and academic experts hold your alma mater in high esteem, you reap the benefits of that respect. WGU is a pioneer in reinventing higher education for the 21st century, and our quality has been recognized.



Earn Your Degree for About Half of the Cost of Other Universities*

You pay tuition per six-month term, not per course or credit. So when you move faster through your courses, you also lower your total bill!

 

WGU students pay about half the tuition*, and end up with half the debt of the national average.**
*WGU average annual bachelor’s tuition rates are 40% lower than the national average, compared to national rates reported by the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Systems in 2022. WGU average rate does not include rates for WGU Bachelor of Science, Nursing Prelicensure program.

**WGU undergraduate students have approximately half the debt at graduation compared to the national average, according to the Institute for College Access and Success (2022).

  • Low, flat-rate tuition.
  • Graduate faster and with less debt.
  • Financial aid and scholarships available.
  • Online education with supportive faculty.
  • VA and military benefits accepted.
  • Great return on investment.
  • All course materials for a low, flat fee.
Spend Less with Flat-Rate Tuition

Undergraduate
School of Education undergraduate program tuition

$3,575

Graduate
Master of Arts in Teaching tuition
Other School of Education master's programs

$3,590
$3,665

Tuition rates effective October 1, 2022. Costs are per six-month term. Tuition covers unlimited courses per term. 
All programs: $200 per-term Resource Fee covers e-textbooks and learning resources. Non-refundable $65 one-time application fee. Program fees and other fees: Some programs have small per-term or one-time fees specific to that program's costs. Your Enrollment Counselor can provide more information.

Undergraduate
School of Education undergraduate program tuition

$3,575

Graduate
Master of Arts in Teaching tuition
Other School of Education master's programs

$3,590
$3,665

Tuition rates effective October 1, 2022. Costs are per six-month term. Tuition covers unlimited courses per term. 
All programs: $200 per-term Resource Fee covers e-textbooks and learning resources. Non-refundable $65 one-time application fee. Program fees and other fees: Some programs have small per-term or one-time fees specific to that program's costs. Your Enrollment Counselor can provide more information.

Program Mentors

Personally assigned to you from the day you enroll to the day you graduate, your Program Mentor is your faculty member. They will meet with you on a regular basis to provide program instruction, advice, coaching, support, goal-setting—and a healthy dose of cheerleading to make sure you’re celebrating the little and big wins along the way!

Instructors

Learning independently doesn’t mean learning on your own. Instructors are subject-matter experts who work with you regularly to help you with mastering course material. They tailor learning to your needs, and the type and intensity of instructional support you receive varies based on your performance in any particular course.

Scholarships Available

The $4,000 Become a Teacher Scholarship includes a $1,500 stipend for the demonstration teaching portion of your program.