Secondary Teacher Licensure Program
(Non-Degree Teacher Licensure)
This non-degree program is designed for persons with baccalaureate degrees from accredited institutions who wish to become secondary or K-12 education teachers. The additional required teaching major content core coursework can be located in the undergraduate catalog under the content area teaching option. The licensure program offers many evening and some online courses.
All students seeking a degree or post baccalaureate program through the Department of Educational Theory & Practice must obtain criminal background reports by submitting fingerprints to the Licensure Office upon application to Graduate Studies.
|Licensure Professional Core|
|EDCI 500||Curriculum Development||2|
|EDCI 519||Graduate Practicum||2|
|EDCI 572||Intro Educational Technology||3|
|EDCI 584||Student Teaching (K-12)||6|
|or EDCI 586||Student Teaching (Secondary)|
|EDF 515||Social & Phil Issues in Educ||3|
|EDF 530||Adv Human Dev & Learning||3|
|SPED 540||Educ of Exceptional Learners||3|
|Secondary and K-12 Specialization|
|Content Area Methods (dependent upon discipline)||3-6|
|HTH 412||Drugs and Alcohol||1|
|RD 520||Content Area Rd & Writing||3|
|Total Minimum Credits||29-32|
In addition, Indian Education for All requirements must be met prior to licensure.