Education

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Elementary, Secondary, or Special Education, Undergraduate Minor, Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Teacher Certification (Leadership-Curriculum and Instruction, General Special Education, Elementary Education K-6 or K-8, Middle/Secondary Social Studies 5-12, Middle/Secondary English 5-12, Secondary Life Sciences 7-12)


Program Delivery

On-Campus, Online


Locations Available

Rindge, New Hampshire
Online

At Franklin Pierce, students can focus on Elementary, Secondary, or Special Education.  Starting the sophomore year, a variety of clinical placements provide early classroom hands-on experience.  This prepares students to manage their own classroom prior to an entire semester (or more) of student teaching during your senior year. At the end of your experience you are recommended to the State of New Hampshire for Teacher Licensure. Many of our students have successfully used our programs to successfully attain their teaching license in additional states.

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What Makes Our Education Programs Different?

  • Mentored in a caring community of innovative educators.
  • Hands-on experience throughout the entire program.
  • Leads directly into a career.
  • Prepares you to make a difference in others lives.

Who should study Education?

Studying Education might be right for you if you have a passion for helping children and youth reach their potential.

What you learn in our Education programs?

Through a professional education sequence that emphasizes instructional strategies, including technology, that are effective and relevant to teaching and learning in today’s schools, Franklin Pierce seeks to prepare educators who:

  • Work collaboratively within professional communities to build inclusive learning environments where all learners thrive;
  • Continually deepen their own understanding of specific disciplines and high impact pedagogical practices, including the integration of technology, to support learners’ understanding of central concepts and engage learners in inquiry on authentic issues;
  • Support student learning by using multiple methods of assessment to guide instruction and facilitate meaningful learning based on a continual cycle of evidence- based assessment; and
  • Demonstrate ethical responsibility to children, parents, local, national, and global communities in their professional lives as leaders of conscience.

Undergraduate Curriculum Plans

See our curriculum plans to learn how you’ll progress through the programs. Note that course sequences are subject to change.

Curriculum plan B.A. General Special

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Math for K-8 Educators (MT130): 3 credits
  • US Government (PO201): 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • American Literature (EN204): 3 credits
  • College Algebra (MT151): 3 credits
  • Many Voices: Multicultural Literature (EN110): 3 credits
  • Natural Science Elective #I :4 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • Primary Literacy (ED231): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science Elective #2: 4 credits
  • American History (HS202) or US History Since 1945 (HS204): 3 credits
  • Ancient and Medieval Worlds (GLE210): 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Methods in Teaching Mathematics (ED263): 3 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Social Studies (ED312): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods (ED314): 3 credits
  • Teaching of Writing (EN232): 3 credits
  • From Sea to Shining Sea: The Geography of the United States (HS308): 3 credits
  • Special Education and the Law (ED328): 3 credits
  • IEP Development (ED341): 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Assessment & Identification (ED340): 3 credits
  • Effective Communication (ED345): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • History of New England (HS319): 3 credits
  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • General Special Education Student Teaching Seminar (ED463): 1 credit
  • General Special Education Student Teaching (ED462): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. Elementary Education K-6

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Math for K-8 Educators (MT130): 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or  Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • American Literature (EN204): 3 credits
  • College Algebra (MT151): 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • Primary Literacy (ED231): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science Elective: 4 credits
  • US Government (PO201): 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Methods in Teaching Mathematics (ED263): 3 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Social Studies (ED312): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science: 4 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods (ED314): 3 credits
  • Teaching of Writing (EN232): 3 credits
  • From Sea to Shining Sea: The Geography of the United States (HS308): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • History of New England (HS319): 3 credits
  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits
  • Research Seminar: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Elementary Student Teaching Seminar (ED483): 1 credit
  • Elementary Student Teaching (ED490): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. Elementary Education K-8 (Content Areas: ELA, Math, Social Studies, Life Science)

Fall Term: 15 credit

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Math for K-8 Educators (MT130): 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • American Literature (EN204): 3 credits
  • College Algebra (MT151): 3 credits
  • Content Area Elective: 3 credits
  • Content Area Elective: 3 credits
     

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • Primary Literacy (ED231): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science Elective: 4 credits
  • US Government (PO201): 3 credits
  • Content Area Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Methods in Teaching Mathematics (ED263): 3 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Social Studies (ED312): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science: 4 credits
     

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods (ED314): 3 credits
  • Teaching of Writing (EN232): 3 credits
  • From Sea to Shining Sea: The Geography of the United States (HS308): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • History of New England (HS319): 3 credits
  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits
  • Research Seminar: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • GLE Art and Design: 3 credits
  • Content Area Elective: 3 credits
  • Content Area Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Elementary Student Teaching Seminar (ED483): 1 credit
  • Elementary Student Teaching (ED490): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. English Language Arts Education

Must also be enrolled in the Primary Major of English-Education Track

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Math for K-8 Educators (MT130): 3 credits
  • Primary Major or General Education Social Science #1: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Social Science #1 or #2: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities #1: 3 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #1: 3 credits
  • GLE Social Science if needed: 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #2: 4 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #1: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities Elective #2: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #2: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities Elective #3: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Best Practices in a Secondary Context (ED360): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Secondary Student Teaching Seminar (ED487): 1 credit
  • Secondary Student Teaching (ED492): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. Life Sciences Education

Must also be enrolled in the Primary Major in either Biology or Environmental Science 

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Mathematics Elective: 3 credits
  • GLE Social Science #1: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities #1: 3 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #1: 4 credits
  • GLE Social Science #2: 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #2: 4 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #1: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities Elective #2: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods (ED314): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #2: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Best Practices in a Secondary Context (ED360): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities #3: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Secondary Student Teaching Seminar (ED487): 1 credit
  • Secondary Student Teaching (ED492): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. Social Studies Education

Must also be enrolled in the Primary Major in History.

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Mathematics for K-8 Educators (MT130): 3 credits
  • GLE Hum #1 (HS 102 or 104): 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or  Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • U.S. Government (PO201): 3 credits or Economics (ET 101/102): 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities #2: 3 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment (ED224): 3 credits
  • U.S. Government (PO201): 3 credits or Economics (ET 101/102): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #1: 4 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Teaching Literacy Across the Curriculum (ED350): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #2: 4 credits
  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Introduction to Assessment (ED308): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #1: 3 credits
  • GLE Humanities Elective #3: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED312): 3 credits
  • Methods in teaching Social Studies (ED316): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • GLE Art Elective #2: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Best Practices in a Secondary Context (ED360): 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits
  • Primary Major: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Secondary Student Teaching Seminar (ED487): 1 credit
  • Secondary Student Teaching (ED492): 14 credits

Curriculum plan B.A. Education Studies (non-licensure)

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • First Year Inquiry Seminar (GLE101): 3 credits
  • First Year Composition I (GLE110): 3 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #1: 4 credits
  • Elective: 4 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Educational Psychology (ED105): 3 credits or  Teaching & Learning in a Democratic Society (ED112): 3 credits
  • GLE Natural Science #2: 4 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Fall Term: 16 credits

  • Community Education (ED275): 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 16 credits

  • Second-Year Composition (GLE230): 3 credits
  • Child and Adolescent Development (PS230) or Adult Development and Aging (PS231): 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 1: 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Learning Theory for Professional Education Settings (ED371): 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 2: 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 3: 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 15 credits

  • Concentration Class 4: 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 5: 3 credits
  • GLE Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Fall Term: 15 credits

  • Legal Issues in Professional Educational Settings (ED372): 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 6: 3 credits
  • Concentration Class 7: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Spring Term: 13 credits

  • Internship in Education Studies (ED472) or Senior Thesis in Education Studies (ED471): 3 credits
  • Education Studies Senior Seminar (ED473): 1 credit
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits
  • Elective: 3 credits

Graduate Curriculum Plans

Required Courses

  • Foundations in Education (SOE501): 3 credits
  • Learning and Educational Practice (SOE505): 3 credits
  • Authentic Leadership (SOE601): 3 credits
  • Action Research I (SOE511): 3 credits
  • Action Research 2 (SOE512): 3 credits
  • Action Research 3 (SOE611): 3 credits
  • Electives 18 credits

Course Rotation

Plan your course schedules using the Educational Leadership Course Rotation.

Available in licensure in K-6, K-8, licensure only and non-licensure.

Required Courses

For licensure tracks, a transcript read is done on all accepted students to ensure you meet the requirements of the NH Department of Education, additional undergraduate courses may be required.

  • Graduate Teacher Education Program Orientation (ED501): 2 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED506): 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in a Democratic Society (ED505): 3 credits
  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment* (ED510): 3 credits
  • Primary Literacy* (ED515): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Mathematics* (ED518): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED508): 3 credits
  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods* (ED519): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Social Studies* (ED517): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED509): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy across the Curriculum* (ED516): 3 credits
  • Action Research in the Classroom (ED578): 3 credits

Licensure

  • Student Teaching Seminar (ED574): 1 credit
  • Student Teaching for Elementary Certification (ED531A): 3 credits
  • Student Teaching for Elementary Certification (ED531B): 3 credits

For additional information on testing and field work requirement, please see the Teacher Preparation Manual.

Non-Licensure

  • Student Research Capstone (ED585): 1 credit

* Field Observations Required

Course Rotations

Plan your course schedules using the Teacher Education Course Rotation.

Available in licensure in K-12, licensure only and non-licensure.

Required Courses

For licensure tracks, a transcript read is done on all accepted students to ensure you meet the requirements of the NH Department of Education, additional undergraduate courses may be required.

  • Graduate Teacher Education Program Orientation (ED501): 2 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED506): 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in a Democratic Society (ED505): 3 credits
  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment* (ED510): 3 credits
  • Primary Literacy* (ED515): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Mathematics* (ED518): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED508): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED509): 3 credits
  • Special Education Law (ED512): 3 credits
  • Assessments/Identification of the Exceptional Learner (ED540): 3 credits
  • IEPs and Instructional Considerations* (ED541): 3 credits
  • Effective Consultation and Communication (ED545): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy across the Curriculum* (ED516): 3 credits
  • Best Practices in Secondary Contexts* (ED526): 3 credits
  • Action Research in the Classroom (ED578): 3 credits

Licensure

  • Student Teaching Seminar (ED574): 1 credit
  • Student Teaching for General Special Education (ED562A): 3 credits
  • Student Teaching for General Special Education (ED562B): 3 credits

For additional information on testing and field work requirement, please see the Teacher Preparation Manual.

Non-Licensure

  • Student Research Capstone (ED585): 1 credit

* Field Observations Required

Course Rotations

Plan your course schedules using the Teacher Education Course Rotation.

Available in licensure in 5-8 or 5-12, non-licensure, licensure only.

Required Courses

For licensure tracks, a transcript read is done on all accepted students to ensure you meet the requirements of the NH Department of Education, additional undergraduate courses may be required.

  • Graduate Teacher Education Program Orientation (ED501): 2 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED506): 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in a Democratic Society (ED505): 3 credits
  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment* (ED510): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED508): 3 credits
  • Methods in Teaching Social Studies* (ED517): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED509): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy across the Curriculum* (ED516): 3 credits
  • Best Practices in Secondary Contexts* (ED526): 3 credits
  • Action Research in the Classroom (ED578): 3 credits
  • Electives: 6 credits

Licensure

  • Student Teaching Seminar (ED574): 1 credit
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532A): 3 credits
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532B): 3 credits

For additional information on testing and field work requirement, please see the Teacher Preparation Manual.

Non-Licensure

  • Student Research Capstone (ED585): 1 credit

* Field Observations Required

Course Rotations

Plan your course schedules using the Teacher Education Course Rotation

Available in licensure in 7-12, non-licensure, licensure only.

Required Courses

For licensure tracks, a transcript read is done on all accepted students to ensure you meet the requirements of the NH Department of Education, additional undergraduate courses may be required.

  • Graduate Teacher Education Program Orientation (ED501): 2 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED506): 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in a Democratic Society (ED505): 3 credits
  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment* (ED510): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED508): 3 credits
  • Scientific Inquiry and Teaching Methods* (ED519): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED509): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy across the Curriculum* (ED516): 3 credits
  • Best Practices in Secondary Contexts* (ED526): 3 credits
  • Action Research in the Classroom (ED578): 3 credits
  • Electives: 6 credits

Licensure

  • Student Teaching Seminar (ED574): 1 credit
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532A): 3 credits
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532B): 3 credits

For additional information on testing and field work requirement, please see the Teacher Preparation Manual.

Non-Licensure

  • Student Research Capstone (ED585): 1 credit

* Field Observations Required

Course Rotations

Plan your course schedules using the Teacher Education Course Rotation.

Available in licensure in 5-8 or5-12, non-licensure, licensure only.

Required Courses

For licensure tracks, a transcript read is done on all accepted students to ensure you meet the requirements of the NH Department of Education, additional undergraduate courses may be required.

  • Graduate Teacher Education Program Orientation (ED501): 2 credits
  • Educational Psychology (ED506): 3 credits
  • Teaching and Learning in a Democratic Society (ED505): 3 credits
  • Design and Management of the Learning Environment* (ED510): 3 credits
  • Introduction to Assessment (ED508): 3 credits
  • Understanding and Teaching Exceptional Learners (ED509): 3 credits
  • Teaching Literacy across the Curriculum* (ED516): 3 credits
  • Best Practices in Secondary Contexts* (ED526): 3 credits
  • Action Research in the Classroom (ED578): 3 credits
  • Electives: 9 credits

Licensure

  • Student Teaching Seminar (ED574): 1 credit
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532A): 3 credits
  • Student Teaching for Middle/Secondary Certification (ED532B): 3 credits

For additional information on testing and field work requirement, please see the Teacher Preparation Manual.

Non-Licensure

  • Student Research Capstone (ED585): 1 credit

* Field Observations Required

Course Rotations

Plan your course schedules using the Teacher Education Course Rotation.

What Can I Do with an Education Degree?

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