Undergraduate students pursuing Middle Level and High School (ML/HS), K-12 Music, or K-12 PE licensure must double major in an approved endorsement area and Education.
|Approved Endorsement Area (ML/HS)||Corresponding Major|
|Advanced Math||Math Education (Individualized major only)|
|Biology||Biological Science: General Biology Emphasis|
|Physical Education/Health||Health and Human Kinetics|
|Social Studies||History and Social Studies or Social Science|
At the successful completion of the teacher education program, candidates will be able to:
- Exhibit the knowledge, skills, abilities, and professional dispositions required for the Oregon Initial License, as provided in Oregon Administrative Rule 584-018-0105, and the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards.
- Model the values, ethics, and character of a Christian educator in a diverse and change world.
- Meet the high standards of the program in coursework, clinical experiences, and work products, leading to the cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical achievement of the students they will teach.
Part 1: General Education Core
(See Core Studies Requirements)
Part 2: Education Major
The Education major is for middle school/high school content area licensure and K12 music and physical education licensure.
Must be done in conjunction with an approved content major.
Prerequisite: PSY 140 or 141
45 credits: 36 credits in residence, 36 credits upper division*. Required:
|ED 250||Introduction to Education (with 30 hours of practicum)||2|
|ED 282/3||Curriculum Planning and the Role of the Teacher (50 hrs of practicum)||3|
|ED 334||Teacher as Manager with Practicum (30 hrs of practicum)||2|
|ED 483||Professional Development Seminar||2|
|ED 491||Student Teaching I||2|
|ED 495||Student Teaching II||14|
|EDIM 473||Instructional Methods and Materials for ML/HS Authorization||3|
|EDLIT 373||Reading and Writing in the Content Area||3|
|EDPSY 360||Exceptional Learners and Multicultural Education||3|
|EDPSY 395||Observation, Assessment and Evaluation||3|
|EDPSY 420||Learning Theory||3|
|HD 230||Lifespan Human Development||3|
|OR HD 312||Mid-Child through Adolescent Development||3|
|SS 353||Cultural Diversity||3|
* Students majoring in Health and Human Kinetics and seeking Physical Education
licensure must take an additional 10 credits of Professional Activities coursework,
selected from HHK 300-309 to complete major requirements.