Offered on campus
Social Studies - Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.)
Each discipline in the secondary program (English, world languages, mathematics, and social studies) requires a unique and highly prescribed program of study. Courses in these programs of study fall into three categories: the common core curriculum, the licensure concentration program, and the teacher education program. In all areas of these programs, the courses are carefully selected to prepare students to meet the rigorous content and teaching standards required for a middle school and high school teaching license in the discipline.
It is expected that students complete 30 credit hours of coursework per year. If fewer than 30 credits are completed successfully during the fall or spring semesters, or if developmental (non-credit) courses must be taken as prerequisites to required courses (e.g., Math 00100), students are expected to enroll in coursework during the summer terms to get back on track for an on-time graduation.
Please note: a minimum of a 2.5 or higher cumulative and major GPA is required to remain in good standing within the School of Education.