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REQUIRED COURSES FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION CO-MAJOR

COURSES IN LEVEL I

EDU 170

Diversity & Justice in Education  

3 hrs

EDU 208

Understanding and Serving Diverse Populations 
(take at same time with EDU 210) (includes a practicum in a school)

3 hrs

EDU 210

Child Adolescent Development

3 hrs

COURSES IN LEVEL II

Application to Education Department:  must have a grade of "C" or higher in first three courses and an overall GPA in first three courses of 2.5 or higher.

EDU 341

General Methods in Secondary School Teaching 
(includes a practicum in a school)  (only offered in the spring)

3 hrs

EDU 342

Technology Laboratory in Secondary Teaching 
(take at same time with EDU 341) (only offered in the spring)

1 hr

EDU 525

Procedures for Including Students with Mild/ Moderate Disabilities in the Regular Classroom 
(take at same time with EDU 341 & EDU 342)  (includes a practicum in a school)  (offered spring and fall;  online option)

3 hrs

EDU 548

Teaching Reading in Content Areas in Middle and Secondary Schools
(must take with or after EDU 341)  (offered fall and summer)

3 hrs

EDU 575

Action Research in your Content Area
(only offered in the fall)  (must take with or after EDU 341)  (includes a practicum in a school)

3 hrs

EDU 583

Management Practices for Classroom Teachers
(offered fall, spring, summer)

3 hrs

COURSES IN LEVEL III

Student must apply for student teaching in Level III of Program.  Applicaiton is available on department website.  Deadlines are October 1 and February 1.

EDU 591

Student Teaching
(offered fall & spring)  (practicum of M-F, all day, for 16 weeks)

3-14 hrs

EDU 593

Seminar in Student Teaching
(take at same time with EDU 591)

1 hr

Total Education Hours

29- 40

 

Notes:  Completion of endorsement area coursework (e.g. English, Math) will be verified by the student's major advisor and the Education Department Certification Officer.  Required courses for each endorsement area can be found at this link:  www.creighton.edu/ccas/education/programs/undergraduate/secondary/endorsements

10/2014