Teaching and Educational Programs
Within the College of Education and Allied Professions
Undergraduate Degree Programs
- Communication Sciences Disorders
- Elementary Education
- General Special Education
- Middle Grades Education
- Physical Education
- Science Education with a concentration in Biology, Chemistry or Earth Sciences
- Social Sciences
Contact the College of Education and Allied Professions for more details.
What jobs are available?
Public and private (K-12) school teaching, tutoring, coaching or other extra-curricular activities, self-employment and work with businesses related to academic major.
Who employs Secondary Teachers?
- County or City Board of Education
- Employment agencies
- Private learning center
- Private schools and churches
- Businesses related to education (publishing, sales, computer programming)
Good skills or traits for teachers and education majors:
- Pleasant, positive, persuasive, and friendly.
- Ability to organize and maintain accurate records.
- Leadership potential.
- Ability to communicate effectively with regard to student personalities, learning styles, and intellectual capacities.
- Sensitive to the different needs of others and work well with teens.
Special training, degrees or experience I may need:
- Bachelor's degree is required, most states require Student Teaching experience and certification. Alternative certification is available for those without an Education degree.
- Specialization in one or more subject areas listed above.
- Continued coursework to maintain certification.
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