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Secondary Education offers programs which prepares candidates for licensure in the following fields:
Students are also strongly encouraged to meet licensure requirements in at least one additional area, and those who seek additional licensure must meet Arkansas requirements in that teaching area. The secondary education program must include:
Liberal Arts Component - (54 hours)
Exceptions to the general education requirement are EDFD 203 in place of PSY. 201, and add HED 203. AP, CLEP or course credit is required for the prerequisites to the Teacher Education Program. The following courses are prerequisites for admission to the Teacher Education Program: COMO 101, EDFD 203, ENG. 113, ENG. 211, MATH 151 or higher, and EDFD 202 with a grade of "C" or better and meet Arkansas current cut scores on PRAXIS I-Reading, Writing, and Math examination.
Content for the Teaching Area(s) - (hours will vary according to major)
Twelve hours of social studies including POLS. 205 and HIST. 101 or 102 are required. There is a minimum number of courses required in each teaching area, usually greater than the 18 hours required for a minor.
Humanistic and Behavioral Studies - (8 hours)
Includes EDFD 203 and SPED 418.
Teaching and Learning Theory - (12 hours)
Includes EDFD 202, SEED 314, EDFD 311, SEED 417, and SEED 419-431.
Includes SEED 451 or 461. Students certifying in art, music, and kinesiology must take SEED 461. SEED 480 is also required.
Electives - (varies with major selected)
Total Minimum Degree Requirements = 128 hours.
Secondary Curriculum (PDF)
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