Adolescence Education

BA (44 hours)

This major prepares students to teach at the secondary level (grades seven through 12) in one of the following subjects: augmented history (for social studies); biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, physics, or Spanish. The major includes a minimum of 100 hours of field experience which must be completed prior to student teaching; that field experience is linked to education courses, including (but not limited to) the following: EDUC 235,  240, and  33X.

Students majoring in adolescence education must complete one of the following as an additional major: augmented history (for social studies), biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, physics, or Spanish.

Required CoursesCredits
EDUC 202 Topics in Professionalism 0
EDUC 217 Education and American Culture  4
EDUC 219 Educational Psychology 4
EDUC 223 Adolescent Literature 4
EDUC 235 Educating Exceptional Learners 4
EDUC 240 Teaching in Urban America 2
EDUC 313 Language, Literacy & Curriculum Integration for Diverse Learners 4
EDUC 338 Inclusive Curriculum and Assessment in Secondary Classrooms 4
EDUC 331 Secondary Teaching: General Methods 2
EDUC 33x Secondary Teaching: Content Methods & Practicum 2
EDUC 332 English Methods
EDUC 333 Foreign Language Methods
EDUC 334 Math Methods
EDUC 335 Science Methods
EDUC 336 Social Studies Methods
EDUC 409 Secondary Student Teaching I 6
EDUC 410 Secondary Student Teaching II 6
EDUC 485 Senior Capstone: Seminar on Reflective Teaching 2
Total 44

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