Courses in the Department of Educational
Leadership are designed to meet the professional needs of
students planning to teach. Persons preparing to teach in the
secondary school must earn a major in an endorsable teaching
field, complete appropriate general education requirements, and
minor in Secondary Education. The Secondary Education minor
is offered through this department. A non-teaching
minor in Education is also offered.
Students planning to teach a particular subject at either the high school or junior high school level must have two advisors - one in the academic major (the subject area in which students are preparing to teach) and a professional education minor advisor (an advisor for the professional education courses).
|FOED 1110||Education as a Profession||3 hours|
|FOED 2110||Educational Psychology||3 hours*|
|SPED 3010||Survey of the Exceptional Child||3 hours*|
|YOED 3500||Instructional Design for Critical Thinking||3 hours*|
|SPSE 3220||Technology in Teaching||3 hours|
|YOED 4000||Managing the Classroom for Instruction (YOED 4000 and 4110/5110 must be taken concurrently)||3 hours*|
|READ 4460||Teaching Reading in the Content Areas||3 hours**|
|YOED 4110||Directed Teaching, Grades 7-12||9-12 hours|
Please see the
Undergraduate Catalog for
* Field Experience Required
** READ 3340, Teaching Reading in the Secondary School (3 semester hours), is required of English majors in lieu of READ 4460.
The post-baccalaureate teacher education program is designed for individuals who have completed baccalaureate degrees but who did not complete teacher preparation. Post-baccalaureate students seeking licensure should contact the Teacher License Office to have coursework requirements determined.