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Students who wish to teach at the secondary level complete a bachelorís degree in an appropriate content discipline, the secondary education minor and then the M.Ed. in the College of Education. The approved subject areas of study for secondary education include: science education (major in botany, chemistry, entomology, integrated biology, microbiology, physics, wildlife ecology or zoology); social science education (major in anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology or sociology); and English education (major in English).

  • Cooperating College Teacher Education Programs

In addition to ProTeach, the university offers four-year teacher preparation programs in collaboration with the College of Education for agriculture, art, music, exercise & sport sciences and health science education. Please contact the individual colleges for additional information:

  • Agriculture Education (6-12)

College of Agricultural & Life Sciences

303 ROL

  • Art Education (K-12)

Fine Arts

302 FAC

  • Music Education (K-12)

Fine Arts

130 MUB

  • Exercise & Sport Sciences Education (6-12)

Health & Human Performance

201 FLG

  • Health Science Education (K-12)

Health & Human Performance

201 FLG

 
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