Secondary Education Double Major (Bachelor of Education)

Double Degree Requirements:

The secondary education major requires completion of a major in an approved secondary endorsement content area, listed below, as well as any additional secondary content area competency requirements.

Approved Secondary Endorsement Content Areas (State and/or Denominational):


Art

Biology

Chemistry

English

French

Health/Fitness

History

Mathematics

Music Education

Physics

Religion

Spanish

Phase 1: TCP Pre-Candidacy, Provisional Admittance Status


Pre-Candidacy Courses:

EDUC 211Introduction to and Foundations of Education

4

PSYC 217Psychology of Learning and Development

4

SPED 210Introduction to Special Education and Inclusive Classrooms

4

Total Credit Hours:12

Pre-Candidacy Cognates:

ENGL 121College Writing I

3

ENGL 122College Writing II

3

MATH 105Finite Mathematics

4

Total Credit Hours:10
ENGL 121 and ENGL 122: B- average required.

Phase 2: TCP Core Certification Courses

Formal (full) acceptance into the Teacher Certification Program Phase 2 is required before registering for the courses listed below. 

Teacher Certification Courses:

EDUC 365Secondary Classroom Management

4

EDUC 390Measurement and Evaluation in Education

4

EDUC 395Secondary Methods of Instruction I

2

#### 395Methods course, major or minor academic field

2-3

or

EDUC 396Secondary Methods of Instruction II

3

EDUC 475Teaching Reading Skills in The Content Areas

3

Total Credit Hours:15-16

Phase 3: TCP Student Teaching Clinical Practice

Taking all sections of the WEST-E and/or NES in area of endorsement is a prerequisite for Phase 3 (student teaching).

EDUC 450Introduction to Student Teaching: Clinical Practice

1

EDUC 451edTPA Part 1

1

EDUC 452edTPA Part 2

1

EDUC 461Secondary Student Teaching I

1

EDUC 471Secondary Student Teaching II: Assessment

1

EDUC 481Secondary Student Teaching Part III

2-12; 12

Total Credit Hours:17

Secondary Education Endorsement Requirements:

EDUC 315Technology in Education

3

EDUC 410/PHIL 410Philosophy of Education

3

EDUC 425Legal and Ethical Aspects of Education

2

EDUC 444Teaching and Learning: Cultural Diversity

3

EDUC 495Colloquium: Child Abuse

0

EDUC 497Small Schools

2

ENGL 223Research Writing

3

SPCH 101Fundamentals of Speech Communication

4

Total Credit Hours:18

One-Year Master of Initial Teaching (MIT) Prerequisites

Students must complete the following courses in addition to the content-area requirements below to be accepted into the one-year Masters of Initial Teaching program (see graduate bulletin).
EDUC 211Introduction to and Foundations of Education

4

EDUC 365Secondary Classroom Management

4

EDUC 395Secondary Methods of Instruction I

2

#### 395Methods course, major or minor academic field

2-3

or

EDUC 396Secondary Methods of Instruction II

3

Total Credit Hours:12-13

Additional Content Area Competency Requirements:

Endorsement requirements frequently exceed graduation requirements. For example, endorsements typically require a methods class appropriate for secondary teaching (grades 5-12) and other courses covering Washington State required competencies. See the certification officer or secondary education advisor in the School of Education and Psychology for a current certification check-sheet.

Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Art (BA)
ART 395Methods of Teaching Art

2

Total Credit Hours:2
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Biology (BS)
BIOL XXXOne botany course (elective)

4 or 5

BIOL XXXOne zoology course (elective)

4 or 5

Total Credit Hours:8-10
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Chemistry (BS)
BIOL 141General Biology

4

or

CHEM 431Foundations of Biochemistry

4

Total Credit Hours:4
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - English (BA)
DRMA 211/SPCH 211Oral Interpretation

4

or

DRMA 242Acting

4

ENGL 374Literature for Children and Young Adults

4

ENGL 395Methods of Teaching Secondary English

3

FILM 416Teaching with Film Literature

4

WRIT 389Writing Theory

3

Choose one of the following:
ENGL 357/HIST 357The African-American Experience

4

ENGL 358Classical Literature

4

ENGL 359World Literature

4

Total Credit Hours:25
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - French (BA)
FREN 201Intermediate French

4

FREN 202Intermediate French

4

FREN 405French Literature Analysis

4

LANG 395Methods of Teaching Languages

3

Choose two of the following (8 credits)
FREN 407Survey of French and Francophone Literature

4

FREN 408Contemporary French and Francophone Literature

4

FREN 409French Culture and Civilization

4

FREN 410Francophone Culture and Civilization

4

Total Credit Hours:23
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Health/Fitness Prep for Secondary Teaching Concentration (BS)
All covered in major.
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - History (BA)
GEOG 252World Geography

4

HIST 122The West and the World

4

HIST 254History of Christianity

4

HIST 446History of the Pacific Northwest

4

PLSC 224American Government

4

Total Credit Hours:20
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Math - Prep for Secondary Teaching Concentration (BS)
All covered in major.
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Music - Choral or Instrumental (BMus)
MUED 395Elementary School Music Methods and Materials

3

MUED 396Secondary Music Methods

3

MUPF 362Instrumental Conducting Techniques and Materials

3

MUPF 363Choral Conducting Techniques and Materials

3

Total Credit Hours:12
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Physics (BS)
All covered in major.
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Religion (BA)
EDUC 381Teaching and Learning: Religion Methods

3

Total Credit Hours:3
Additional Content Area Competency Requirements - Spanish (BA)
LANG 395Methods of Teaching Languages

3

SPAN 201Intermediate Spanish

4

SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish

4

SPAN 405Spanish Literature Analysis

4

Choose two of the following (8 credits):
SPAN 407Survey of Spanish and Latin American Literature

4

SPAN 408Contemporary Latino Literature

4

SPAN 496Seminar in Spanish

1-4; 4

SPAN 409Spanish Culture and Civilization

4

SPAN 410Latin American Culture and Civilization

4

Total Credit Hours:23

Additional Requirements for Adventist Education Certification

Choose one course from the following:
HLTH 110Wellness for Living

3

HLTH 205Survey of Health

2

18 religion credits are required for certification and must include:
RELB (Selected from courses with RELB prefix)

8

RELH 457History of Adventism

3

RELT 202Christian Beliefs

4

RELT 417Inspiration and Revelation

3

Religious studies (Bible) is not an approved Washington state endorsement. However, a religion minor, plus a methods course in religion, is required for those desiring an Adventist Education endorsement in Bible. Eighteen religion credits and EDUC 381 are required for the Junior Academy Religion Endorsement.