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Studying education at Linfield

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Become a Teacher at Linfield

The Linfield Department of Education is composed of passionate educators whose true fortune is developing young professionals seeking to make a difference in the educational system.

Our faculty and staff are invested in your academic and personal well-being. They inspire growth, dedication and compassion while offering individualized support and serving as a critical resource on your journey to becoming a professional educator.

Making an impact on the future

The Linfield Teacher Education Program is hands-on right from the start. Within your first year here, you will be working as an aide in a local school classroom. And by the time you graduate, you will have spent more than 50 hours gaining hands-on classroom experience, not including a full-year student teaching in one of our nearby school districts!

Our education department takes deep pride in being able to say that the personalized planning paired with small on-campus class sizes and a hands-on approach to learning has continued to yield successful, passionate graduates who are making a difference!

If you join Linfield’s Department of Education, you will be able to leave Linfield in four years with a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science and a license to teach in:

Beginning fall 2022, in partnership with Linfield's Online and Continuing Education division, we are proud to begin offering an adult degree pathway to a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a special education endorsement.

Additional endorsement areas are offered in the undergraduate programs, adult degree pathway and at the graduate level.

Contact Us

For more information about studying education at Linfield, please contact our director of teaching education. We look forward to connecting with you!

Carrie Kondor
Director of Teaching Education
900 SE Baker St, Potter Hall, Unit A474, McMinnville, OR 97128