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Wyoming Teacher Colleges and Degrees Online Guide

Wyoming requires all aspiring teachers complete a teacher preparation program from an accredited school in order to work in the state’s school system. The guide found below is a useful tool for finding teaching schools in Wyoming. In order to find the best option for your individual career goals, this page contains a list of accredited teacher preparation programs as well as student reviews. Whether you are looking to start a new career as a teacher or fresh out of college, use this guide to help you find the best teaching program for your individual needs.

School Facts:

  • There are 8 colleges and universities with teacher degree programs in Wyoming.1
  • One university offers a master’s or advanced degree in education.1
  • Highest graduation rate*: University of Wyoming, 54%.1
  • Highest net price per year*: University of Wyoming $11,203.1
  • Annual undergraduate tuition for teaching degree programs in Wyoming*: $13,428.2
  • One school ranked in US News National Universities Rankings in 2013 (top 200): University of Wyoming (156).
  • One school ranked in Forbes Top Colleges List (top 500): University of Wyoming (298).
  • One teacher programs are accredited by the NCATE, TEAC, or CAEP (see below).*

*For 4-year colleges and universities with teacher degree programs.

Profiles of Well-Known Schools

University of Wyoming: The UW College of Education is housed at the main UW campus in Laramie, Wyoming. Since 1954, the College of Education has been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and has been one of the shining stars on the UW campus since its inception. The college is called home by more than 1,700 students – the majority of them undergraduates seeking one of 20 majors in elementary education. Students at the undergrad and graduate levels have ample opportunities to conduct field work though any of the partner schools and agencies UW has forged. Department faculty members and university leaders are currently engaged in two groundbreaking projects concerning student teacher assessment and STEM teaching. Both programs are being conducted with partner universities and government agencies throughout the country.

Laramie County Community College: Laramie County Community College is the largest two-year community college in the state and serves thousands of students seeking to enter the workforce or transfer onto four-year institutions. Students interested in an education major can complete most of the general education requirements at Laramie CC then transfer to a baccalaureate institution to finish their bachelor’s degree. Laramie CC offers excellent academic preparation and intensive services to students. The college works closely with four-year institutions in the state, and has several articulation agreements with four-year schools making the transfer process simple and easy for eager education majors. The school has agreements with in-state institutions such as University of Wyoming among others.

Top-Rated Teacher Preparation Programs

Over 1,000 college programs that offer teacher preparation were evaluated and rated by The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) (Teacher Prep Review 2013 Report). No programs in Wyoming met the requirements of the NCTQ’s “honor roll” list of 3 stars or higher. Read more about the NCTQ Teacher Prep Review 2013 Report.

The following teacher preparation programs in Wyoming received the highest ratings by the National Council on Teacher Quality:

    University of Wyoming (Undergraduate Elementary) 2stars

Teacher Preparation Programs Accredited by the NCATE, TEAC, or CAEP

  • The University of Wyoming

Read more about the CAEP, NCATE, and TEAC accrediting bodies.

School Programs for Becoming a Teacher in Wyoming

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Schools with Teaching Degree Programs in Wyoming

Note: Student Reviews are based on the experiences of a few individuals and it is unlikely that you will have similar results. Please review the “Data, Student Reviews and Other Information” section in our Terms of Use and Disclaimers.

Casper College
125 College Dr
Casper, WY 82601-4699
(307) 268-2110
www.caspercollege.edu

Central Wyoming College
2660 Peck Avenue
Riverton, WY 82501
(800) 735-8418
www.cwc.edu

Eastern Wyoming College
3200 West C St
Torrington, WY 82240-1699
(307) 532-8200

Northwest College-Powell
231 W 6th St
Powell, WY 82435
(307) 754-6000

Sheridan College
3059 S Coffeen Ave
Sheridan, WY 82801
(307) 674-6446
www.sheridan.edu

University of Wyoming
Corner of Ninth and Ivinson
Laramie, WY 82071
(307) 766-1121
www.uwyo.edu

Student Review: “The University of Wyoming is a wonderful school located in picturesque Laramie, WY. 13,000 students call the University home every year. The school is large enough to provide all the amenities of the biggest colleges and universities, yet has a small university feel. The campus can easily be walked across in about fifteen minutes. The quality of the education is among the best. I had no problem finding a career with my degree from Wyoming. The University has been consistently ranked as one of the nations best public universities, as well as one of the best ten educations money can buy by Forbes magazine. The faculty at the University are extremely knowledgeable and helpful; they really care about student success. The facilities on campus are wonderful; many buildings are new and I really enjoyed the frequent interaction which I received with faculty and classmates. I would not hesitate to choose Wyoming if I went back for an advanced degree.” -Kyle D., student at University of Wyoming
stars-5

References:
1. National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator: https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/
2. Niche College Search: https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-colleges-for-education/