This baccalaureate degree program provides a broad-based program for teachers of English at the middle, junior, or senior high school levels (grades 5-12). The requirements for this degree are more comprehensive than those of the Bachelor of Arts in Education-Middle School Humanities option. Students in this major are assigned two advisors, as both the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education/Psychology have requirements for degree completion. Students must pass the WEST-B and College of Education program admission process before completing the education courses and must complete co-teaching and WEST-E exam prior to State residence teacher certification.
A minimum of 126 credits, including 48 upper-division credits (300-level and above), is required for graduation.
1. General University Course Requirements: 43-45 credits