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General and Professional Education Requirements
Requirements for teacher licensure are specified in the respective program descriptions. Candidates should know program specific requirements. This information is available on the department Web sites, handbooks of their licensure programs, and/or in the Undergraduate Bulletin. Students should also speak with their advisors about admission requirements as all licensure programs rely heavily on early and adequate advising.
For Elementary and Middle Grades Licensure
Refer to the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education page of this Bulletin for program requirements.
For K–12 Special Subject-Area Licensure
Refer to the appropriate K-12 Special Subject-Area Licensure page of this Bulletin for program requirements.
For Secondary Subject-Area Licensure (Grades 9–12)
The following courses must be taken in a specified sequence, terminating in student teaching in the spring semester of the senior year. See the online Secondary Education Handbook for more information.
- TED 535 Literacy in the Content Area
- ERM 401, 402, and 403
- TED 401, SES 401, and TED 403
- TED 445 Human Diversity, Teaching, and Learning
- TED 5xx Teaching Practices and Curriculum (in the appropriate subject area)
- TED 465 Student Teaching and Seminar: Secondary School (12 s.h.)
LIS 120 is strongly recommended.