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DSC Academic Advising: Sec Educ

EDUC 2110, EDUC 2120, and EDUC 2130

Note:  Students must complete EDUC 2110, EDUC 2120, and EDUC 2130 in their Sophomore year to stay on target to begin the 3000 level education blocks at the beginning of their Junior year. Otherwise, entry into the upper division Education courses will be delayed for one academic year.

Pre-Requisites for EDUC 2110, EDUC 2120, and EDUC 2130

 

 

Teacher Education Application

Applications for Fall entrance into the Teacher Education Program are due by March 30th.

Secondary Education History Gace Exam (Teacher Education Licensure)

Prior to enrollment in PES 1 of the Secondary History Education Program, students must complete  HIST 3000 and one additional 3 credit  hour (3000-level) history course with grades of C or better; register and pay for, take, and pass the GACE Basic Skills exams I, II, and III (www.gace.nesinc.com);  fill out a the required Application to the Secondary History Education Program and be accepted into the program before they are considered Secondary History Education majors.

Note: The GACE Basic Skills exam may be exempted with the following test scores (no older than 5 years):

¤ACT: English + Math sections >= 43
¤SAT: Verbal + Math sections >= 1000
¤GRE: Test date before August 1, 2011, Verbal + Quantitative >= 1030
¤GRE: Test date after August 1, 2011, Verbal + Quantitative >= 297

 

Upon completion of the Secondary History Education Program, in order to become certified to teach, the student must register for, take, and pass the GACE History Exam; this exam may be taken either prior to or after graduation.  (www.gace.nesinc.com)     

Secondary Education English Gace Exam (Teacher Education Licensure)

Prior to enrollment in PES 1 of the Secondary English Education Program, students must complete ENGL 3010 and one other 3000 level ENGL class with grades of C or better; register and pay for, take, and pass the GACE Basic Skills exams I, II, and III (www.gace.nesinc.com);  fill out the required Application to the Secondary English Education Program and be accepted into the program before they are considered Secondary English Education majors.

Note: The GACE Basic Skills exam may be exempted with the following test scores (no older than 5 years):

¤ACT: English + Math sections >= 43
¤SAT: Verbal + Math sections >= 1000
¤GRE: Test date before August 1, 2011, Verbal + Quantitative >= 1030
¤GRE: Test date after August 1, 2011, Verbal + Quantitative >= 297

 

Upon completion of the Secondary Education English Program, in order to become certified to teach, the student must register for, take, and pass the GACE English Exam; this exam may be taken either prior to or after graduation.  (www.gace.nesinc.com)