How to Become a High School Teacher
Is your calling to leave a lasting impression on young minds of today and tomorrow? If you want to educate kids at the high school level and help them prepare for college, our secondary education degree is for you. With our program, you can become certified in American Sign Language, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, or Spanish.
Review our semester courses and tuition below.
Fall Semester 2018 ($3,000)
|Educ 201*||2 cr||Foundations of Education – T,R 2:00-3:15 p.m.|
|Educ 302*||2 cr||Exceptional Learners: Secondary – T,R 12:30-1:45 p.m.|
|Educ 321*||2 cr||Curriculum & Instruction I: Middle School – T,R 8:00-10:45 a.m.
Field experience arranged with the professor
Spring Semester 2019 ($3,000)
|Educ 309||2 cr||Educational Psychology – online course|
|Educ 324*||2 cr||Curriculum & Instruction II: High School – 8:00-9:15 a.m.
Field experience arranged with the professor (36 hours)
|Educ 325||2 cr||Content specific methods course – arranged with professor|
Fall Semester 2019 ($3,000)
|Educ 410||6 cr||Transition to Teaching Practicum
Full days for at least 12 weeks, plus additional
time to complete a professional portfolio
Total 18 cr ($9,000**)
* denotes course including significant field experience component
** All prices based on the 2017-2018 academic year and may increase for the 2018-2019 year.
- After completing the admissions process, candidates who intend to teach science or social studies will need to arrange a meeting with the teacher education license adviser to determine which specific areas of science or social studies they will be licensed to teach.
- Courses listed for 2 credit hours require the work usually associated with a 3 credit hour undergraduate course. Please budget your time accordingly.
Applicants must submit all necessary materials by June 1, 2018 to be considered for preliminary admission.