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Secondary Education and Special Subject Areas

Secondary Education Requirements for Teaching High School Students

Students who plan to teach at the high school level should major in a secondary subject matter field.  William Carey University has licensure programs in the following secondary subjects:

  • English Education Grades 7-12

    • English Education Degree Checklist
    • English Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

  • Social Studies Education Grades 7-12

    • Social Studies Education Degree Checklist
    • Social Studies Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

  • Mathematics Education Grades 7-12

    • Mathematics Education Degree Checklist
    • Mathematics Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

  • Biology Education Grades 7-12

    • Biology Education Degree Checklist
    • Biology Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)
    • Biology Education with Chemistry Endorsement Degree Checklist
    • Biology Education with Chemistry Endorsement Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

Special Subject Areas
 

Students who want to teach in the areas of art, music (vocal), music (instrumental), and physical education are licensed to teach grades K-12.

  • Art Education Grades K-12

    • Art Education Degree Checklist
    • Art Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

  • Physical Education Grades K-12

    • Physical Education Degree Checklist
    • Physical Education Degree Checklist (Course Titles)

 

  • Music Education Grades K-12

    • Music Education Degree Checklist

Those students pursuing degree programs that meet K-12 licensure requirements must complete the core (described in the catalog under a particular subject matter field), additional teacher education core courses, the specialty area courses (outlined under the specific department in the catalog), and all professional education courses including:

  • EDU 300 Introduction to Education
  • EDU 3001 Field Practicum
  • EDU 372 Survey of the Exceptional Child
  • EDU 436 Classroom Managment
  • EDU 446 Secondary Methods
  • EDU 450 Tests, Measurements, and Evaluation
  • EDU 496 Student Teaching Internship
  • PSY 202 Child Psychology
  • PSY 203 Adolescent Psychology or PSY 305
  • PSY 204 Education Psychology.