The program prepares candidates to teach in grades 7-12 in an area in which Doane endorses individuals. These areas include the sciences, mathematics, social sciences, English, language arts, foreign languages, music and art. Candidates must have a B.A. or B.S. degree to begin this program with a 2.8 or higher cumulative GPA. Through a series of course work, practicum, and internship experiences, candidates may complete the program in four terms (Summer I, Fall, Spring, Summer II).
Summer I – EDS 620, EDU 613 or EDU-600, EDU 624, EDU-663
Fall – EDU 626, EDU 633, EDU 639 + 1 hour content area methods course
Spring – EDU 655, EDU 602
Summer II – EDU 665, and a computer class to be selected from EDU 625, EDU 636 or EDU 638
An additional 9 hours (EDU 601, EDU 603, and EDU 604) are required for the Master of Education degree.
Visit the Initial Certification at the Advanced Level and Education Department Website for additional information.