Kindergarten–12 Concentration

The K–12 licensure option enables graduates to teach at all grade levels in a given subject area.

Content areas

Students must choose a content in a specific subject area:

 

Academic plan

Below is a sample course plan for undergraduate students seeking K–12 licensure. In addition to education courses listed below, you will also choose a content area with additional course requirements.

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses

Spring

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses

Spring

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses

Spring

  • EDUC 2070 Teachers as Leaders in a Changing Society
  • EDUC 2090 General Methods: Secondary
  • Fieldwork

Fall

  • EDUC 2490 School Health and Chemical Health OR EXSS 1110 Women's Fitness & Wellness
  • EDUC 3551 Literacy in the Content Areas
  • *EDUC 3XXX Discipline Specific Elementary Methods (Number of credits may vary and may be offered in the major department)
  • *EDUC 376X Discipline Specific Special Methods: Grades 7-12
  • Fieldwork

Spring

  • EDUC 3650 Current Issues in Education
  • EDUC 3XXX Student Teaching and Seminar: Elementary
  • EDUC 3XXX Student Teaching and Seminar: Secondary

* Students completing the license in World Languages take EDUC 380 C & I: World Languages/Culture K-12 and EDUC 347 Field Experience III: (K-12) World Language and Culture at the University of St. Thomas.

For detailed course descriptions, visit the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.