Secondary Education (BSEd)

The Secondary Education program offers specializations that prepare students to earn an Instructional I Certificate that will authorize them to teach in one of the following content areas:

Specializations offering grades 7-12 certification

Specialization offering K-12 certification

Students in Secondary Education must complete course work in both education and in their content areas. Science and mathematics certifications are also available in the TUteach program, a joint program offered through the College of Science and Technology and the College of Education. In order to maintain good standing in Secondary Education, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and a 2.0 grade point average in the course work in their content areas.

Accelerated Dual-Degree Program (4+1) Bachelor's (BSEd) and Master's (MEd)

The College of Education offers 4+1 Accelerated Dual-Degree Programs that provide students with a bachelors' degree in their intended undergraduate major and a master's in Secondary Education (Gr. 7-8) with teacher certification.