To prepare to teach in a middle school, candidates should have a minimum of two disciplines at the 5-9 level or combine a 5-9 field with another content specialization. A high school teacher must have at least one content specialization at the 5-Adult or 9-Adult level (the only exceptions to this rule are Art 5-Adult and Health 5-Adult which require a second specialization). Teacher candidates must complete EDUC 318, Content Area Reading, and special methods courses within their content specialization(s).
The Department of Education utilizes Concord University’s Progression Sheets in order to monitor student’s courses that have been taken towards degree requirements. To view Progression Sheets, please select an endorsement from the list below. For information about specific courses, please review the Academic Catalog.
For more information please select an endorsement from the list below:
*Please note that the following programs are endorsements only, and must be combined with another program: Art 5-Adult, General Science 5-9, Health 5-Adult, Math 5-9, and Multi-categorical Special Education K-6 and 5-Adult.
**NOTE: This program is "sunset," and will not be available for incoming students. Students who wish to pursue a teaching license in this field should apply for the Master of Arts in Teaching Program once an undergraduate degree is earned in the content field (I.E. student obtains a BS in Business Administration, then enters into the Master of Arts in Teaching program with a concentration in Business Education Comprehensive 5-Adult).
Students are provided with the most accurate and up-to-date information for advising purposes. Programs of study may be amended or deleted from what is being presented at this time. For that reason, it is imperative that students consult their assigned content and education advisors not only during the course selection process but periodically to keep up to date on programmatic changes, testing requirements, course additions/deletions, GPA modifications, etc.