- 15 units (40 semester hours)
- Additional content area coursework may apply depending on undergraduate background (for more information see the licensure page)
Secondary Teaching candidates explore historical, social, and educational systems, delving into topics like neurodiversity, learning in new languages, and human development. The teacher-candidate experience culminates in an action research master’s project that draws together theory, content area knowledge, and the student’s clinical experience.
Students will choose a specific subject area to focus on:
Teaching grounded in equity and social justice is essential in rigorous learning of subject matter in any setting.
Understand human development as a process of maturation within a network of areas: physical, psychological, emotional, cultural, social, and political.
Learn about the community in which a school resides to inform relational and instructional interactions with students and families.
Support the growth of children's skills, competencies, and disciplinary understandings as connected to rigorous and meaningful activities.