Bachelor of Science in Education in Adolescence to Young Adult Education

Become the teacher who inspires their future. Through the adolescence to young adult education and licensure program, you'll be prepared to teach students in grades seven through 12. With department courses that lead to provisional licensure in foreign language, integrated language arts, integrated mathematics, integrated social studies, sciences and integrated science, you'll pursue in-depth studies in the area of your chosen concentration and the experience necessary to share your knowledge with your students.  

Program Outcomes

The adolescence to young adult education program will prepare you to be a highly qualified teacher. Through our program, you'll develop comprehensive knowledge of your specialized teaching field while you develop your personal and professional commitment to the teaching profession. In conjuction with your education courses, your curriculum will provide hands-on teaching and classroom observation opportunities called field experiences to prepare you for your own future classroom. Inside and outside of the classroom, you'll learn about the school’s role in society —  and how your role as a teacher can change the future of education.

As an adolescence to young adult education major, you'll make a committ to assisting seventh through 12th grade students learn and grow. By examining — and seeking your own answers — to the pertinent questions of education, you'll become a seeker of knowledge and a leader in education.

Through our program, you'll find the answers to questions such as:
Why there must be structure in learning?
Why must there be freedom in learning?
Why does learning require motivation?
Why does learning require others? 

In order to be approved for student teaching and recommended for licensure, you must maintain a 2.5 grade point average overall, both in professional education courses and in your teaching field.

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