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.
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