Cowley College has designed programs to assist those who
would like to work within school systems but seek employment opportunities
other than as a classroom teacher.
Non-licensed positions are critical to overall student and school success.
A Paraprofessional has the opportunity to work directly with students
in a variety of capacities. The Instructional Technology staff member
educates teachers, administrators and staff on implementing current technology
in the classroom or school setting.
A Sports Management degree
can lead to becoming an Athletic Director for Middle School or High School
The Substitute Teaching position is a licensed position however Kansas
only requires the completion of 60 college credit hours. Quality Substitutes
are highly sought after and it is recommended that those seeking the
substitute licensure complete the Associate
of Arts Degree in Education.
Other Positions & Degree Programs within Education