Single Subjects Endorsement

If you are interested in teaching at the Middle or High School level, you should major in the subject area or a closely related subject that you wish to teach and apply to the College of Education Licensure Program no later than March 1st of your Sophomore year.  If you are admitted, you will be assigned an education advisor to plan a program for completing the required licensure coursework, exams, and student teaching experience.       

Required Coursework

Course

Title

Credits

Typically Offered

EDUC 370

School & Society

2

 

EDUC 361w

Foundations of Human Development & Psychology

4

 

EDUC 436

Technology Across the Curriculum

2

 

EDUC 309

Learning Communities II: Diversity

2

 

EDUC 326

Teaching, Assessment, & Classroom Management in Middle & High School

3

 

EDUC 459

Preparing the Work Sample | edTPA

2

 

EDUC 476

Learning Communities III: Reflection & Practice

2

 

EDUC 475

Student Teaching

12

 

And ONE COURSE from the list below per endorsement area

EDUC 302

Teaching Art in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 303

Teaching Music in Middle & High School OR Teaching in the Elementary School

MUS 301 Music in the Elementary School

MUS 304 Music in the Secondary School   

          

3

EDUC 336

Teaching Health in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 338

Teaching Science in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 339

Teaching Physical Education in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 349

Teaching Mathematics in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 447

Teaching a Foreign Language in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 451

Teaching Social Studies in Middle & High School

3

EDUC 452

Teaching Language Arts in the Middle & High School

3

Total

 

32

Strongly Recommended Coursework

EDUC 308

Learning Communities I: Personal Awareness

2

EDUC 411

Differentiation and Collaboration in the Inclusive Classroom

2

Major and Single Subjects Endorsement Total: Major + 32 credits