Secondary Concentration

The secondary licensure option enables graduates to teach grade levels 5–12 in one of the following fields:

 

Academic plan

As a student seeking secondary licensure, you will choose to major in one of the fields above and will take the education courses listed in the sample course plan below in addition to the courses required for your major. Upon admission, you will work with an adviser to tailor your courses to fit your individual needs.

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses
  • Content Area Courses

Spring

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses
  • Content Area Courses

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses
  • Content Area Courses

Spring

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses
  • Content Area Courses

Fall

  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
  • Supporting Courses
  • Content Area Courses

Spring

  • EDUC 2070 Teachers as Leaders for a Changing Society
  • EDUC 2090 General Methods: Secondary
  • EDUC 3450 Literature for Young Adults (CAL only)
  • Fieldwork

Fall

  • EDUC 2490 School Health and Chemical Health
  • EDUC 3551 (2) Literacy in the Content Areas
  • *EDUC 374X Discipline Specific Middle Level Methods
  • EDUC 375X Discipline Specific Senior High Methods
  • Fieldwork

Spring

  • EDUC 3650 Current Issues in Education
  • EDUC 3950 Student Teaching and Seminar: Secondary

*Chemistry and Life Science candidates wishing to complete Middle Level General Science will need to add EDUC 3742 Special Methods Middle School Science. You must complete all middle level content courses to be eligible for this course. You must also complete EDUC 3910 Student Teaching Middle School in the semester following secondary student teaching.

For detailed course descriptions, visit the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.