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Secondary Education Minor


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The Department of Education Studies offers a minor in Secondary Education which leads to initial licensure in classroom teaching in one of the following areas: Biology (8-12), Chemistry (8-12), English (8-12), Foreign Language-French (5-12), Foreign Language-Spanish (5-12), History (8-12), Mathematics (8-12), Political Science/Political Philosophy (8-12).

Required Education Courses: Secondary


Required Courses (specific to major)


Recommended Education Courses (all majors)


Liberal Arts/Science Major:


In addition to Education coursework, Secondary Education minors must complete a liberal arts/science major from the following list: Biology, Chemistry, English, Foreign Language (French and/or Spanish), History, Mathematics, Political Science/Political Philosophy.

Suggested Course Sequence: Secondary


Education students should consult with their Education advisor to create an online 4-year plan and make adjustments as needed. Requirements for liberal arts/science major should be spread evenly over four years, as recommended by student’s advisor for that major.

Note:


In order to enroll in EDU 416 /EDU 417  “Teaching to Learn”: Course & Practicum Teacher Residency Program during their senior year, the Secondary Education minor must: (a) hold a 3.0 GPA; (b) pass all appropriate MTEL; (c) complete all major coursework or obtain consent of department chair; and (d) satisfactorily present to Department Chair a working electronic portfolio. EDU 416 /EDU 417  may be completed either fall or spring semester of senior year.

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