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The College of Education offers, as electives toward the bachelor’s degree, courses designed to prepare the liberal arts student to meet requirements for licensure as a teacher. Those students who are pursuing licensure at the elementary (preK-6) level enter the Master of Science in Elementary Education Program, which is a five-year undergraduate-graduate program. Students complete education course work and field experiences at the undergraduate level; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education coursework, an internship, and a research study.
 
Those students who are pursuing licensure for Special Education: General Curriculumenter the Master of Education Five Year Initial Pathway Program, which is a five-year undergraduate-graduate program. Students major in biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, history, English, or mathematics, complete education coursework and field experiences at the undergraduate level; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education coursework, an internship, and a research study.
 
Those students who are pursuing licensure for Special Education: Adapted Curriculum enter the Master of Education Five YearInitial Pathway Program, which is a five-year undergraduate-graduate program. Students complete education coursework and field experiences at the undergraduate level; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education coursework, an internship, and a research study.
 
The College also offers for students pursuing licensure at the preK-12 level in Visual Arts, Foreign Language (French, German, Latin, Spanish), Music, and Theatre Arts; and the Master of Education Initial Teacher Licensure Five-Year Pathway: Secondary for licensure in grades 6-12 in each of the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, English, Earth Science, History and Social Science, Mathematics, and Physics. Add-on endorsements are offered in Journalism, Speech Communication, and Algebra I. These programs are undergraduate-graduate pathways to the Master of Education degree. Students completeeducation course work and field experiences at the undergraduate level; graduate with their class receiving their bachelor’s degree with a liberal arts or sciences major; and return for one more year during which they complete graduate education course work, an internship, and a research study.

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