Secondary Education Certification

Graduate Level Secondary Education Certification programs are 21 credit hours and consist of four initial courses, followed by a seminar and internship. The programs are organized in a developmental sequence with initial courses providing a foundation for later courses.

Certifications are offered in:


Bilingual Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
READ-518

CURR-548
Social and Cultural Practices in Teaching Reading
OR
Curriculum and Instruction for Diverse Learners
3
EDUC-520Foundations of Linguistics and Psycholinguistics3
READ-508Literacy and the Bilingual/Bicultural Child3
EDUC-521Teaching a Second Language 
EDUC-560Educating and Evaluating the Bilingual Child 
GLTP-570

GLTP-571

CURR-547
Seminar and Internship in Teaching
OR
Supervised Practicum in Teaching
OR
Practicum in Classroom Learning (for those who are teaching but not teaching in ESL)
 

Business Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
BSED-530Emerging Instructional Strategies in Business Education3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

English Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
GLTP-504 Teaching of English Language Arts in Secondary Schools3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

Mathematics Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
GLTP-507Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

Music Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520

ME-721
Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools
or
Curriculum Development and Evaluation
3
ME-581

ME-582
Elementary Praxis
or
Secondary Praxis
3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

Science Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
GLTP-506Teaching Science in Secondary Schools3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

Social Studies Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
GLTP-505Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

World Language Education Certification

GLTP-500Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching and Learning3
GLTP-503Curriculum and Instruction in Reading/Language Arts: Literacy and Learning in Content Areas3
GLTP-520Curriculum and Teaching in Middle/Secondary Schools3
EDUC-521Teaching a Second Language3
GLTP-570Seminar and Intership in Teaching9

Disclaimer:  The course information provided above is from the 2014-2015 Academic Catalog and is updated annually as new editions are released.  Prior editions of the catalog are also available online.  The catalog under which the student enters serves as the official record of admission, academic, and graduation requirements.  It is the student’s individual responsibility to be aware of the current graduation requirements for his or her particular degree program.  While the University makes reasonable efforts to keep website material current and correct, this information is subject to the University's academic policy committees, relevant accreditation organizations, and (in some instances) state and federal laws and regulations.