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Pathways to Teaching Minor

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The Pathways to Teaching Minor is available to CLAS students with majors in mathematics, science (chemistry, physics or earth science), and foreign language (French, German, Latin, or Spanish). This minor will allow students in these critical shortage areas to progress toward Florida teaching certification in secondary education, but does not include a recommendation for certification.

This minor requires the completion of 24 semester credits of course work in the professional preparation areas of psychological and social foundations, secondary curriculum and instruction, and special methods. Students in Pathways to Teaching will have the opportunity to integrate their teacher education course work with actual classroom experience.

Admission to this minor requires junior status, a cumulative 2.6 GPA and SAT of 1010 or ACT of 21.

For additional information, students may consult an adviser in the CLAS Academic Advising Center or the College of Education (Student Services, G416 Norman Hall). Updated information will also be listed on the College of Education Web site.

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