The Bachelor’s in Secondary Education degree program is a specialization that focuses on either K-Adult, 5-Adult, or 9-Adult ranges. Completion required 35-40 credit hours and includes courses on American Education, conditions of learning, creative learning environments, technology in teaching and learning, and reading in the context areas.
A nine credit hour student teaching course is also required. Student teachers will participate in the learning environment either by teaching or creating coursework.
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Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
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