Opportunities for Native Teacher Program Graduates
This baccalaureate degree program prepares students in teacher education and social work to meet the needs of a diverse society and to further their education in graduate studies.
A prospective student must first be accepted into The College of St. Scholastica. He/she must also apply for acceptance into the Native Teacher Program by completing an application and attending a personal interview with program staff. The program is looking for students with strong academic abilities and a commitment to work with Indigenous people.
The OLCE major is a four-year academic program. To graduate, a student must:
Program Language and Culture Components (may vary year to year)
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In the NTP, students will take 16 semester credits in Ojibwe Language (or demonstrated proficiency) and 12 semester credits in the following courses:
In addition, students will select 8 semester credits from the following Indian Studies course offerings: