The Andres School of Education offers programs in early childhood, elementary, secondary and middle school education, instructional strategist I: mild/moderate, instructional strategist II: LD/BD, English as a second language (ESL), physical education, health, athletic training, coaching, and exercise and sport studies with emphases in sports administration, fitness and wellness, recreation, and sports studies. Graduate programs are available: a Masters in Education (MEd) and a Masters of Higher Education Administration (MHEA). Teaching licensure is available in American government, American history, art, economics, English/language arts, journalism, psychology, reading, social studies, sociology, Spanish, speech communications, business, marketing/management, earth science, economics, biology, chemistry, general science, mathematics and physical science. Graduates can be certified to teach at preK-K, special education, elementary, middle and secondary levels. Through a unique partnership with Northeast Iowa Community College, Upper Iowa offers a program that can lead to a teaching career in secondary industrial technology. The School of Education is also the contact for coaching certification. Teacher education is offered at select off-campus centers.