In addition to completing the professional education concentration, candidates for an initial secondary or K-12 teacher certification  complete a subject concentration in an approved specialization, listed below. 

Secondary/K-12 Professional Education Concentration

Course #

Course Name

Credits

EDUC 000

 Field Experience

0

EDUC 500

 First Semester Certification Seminar

0

EDUC 502

 Multidisciplinary Foundations of Education

3

EDUC 523

 Seminar: Psychology of Education

3

PSYC 514

 Human Development

3

R ED 526  

 Teaching Content Area Reading

3

SPED 507

 Characteristics Remedial Strategies Imp. Learner

3

EDUC 561

 Methods, Materials and Assessment ESL

3

SPED 539

Behavior Management Approaches

3

EDUC 411A

 Effective Instruction Secondary/K-12

3

EDUC 005E

Practicum

1

SPED 511

 Curriculum for Special Needs Learners (Taken    

  with Student Teaching)

3

EDUC 591

 Student Teaching

3,3

 

SUBJECT AREA SPECIALIZATION

varies

Those seeking the Masters of Arts Degree also complete 6 additional credits:

EDUC 501

Research Theory

3

EDUC 554

Learning Theories

3

Subject Area Specializations

Full transfer credit will be awarded for courses in the following specializations based upon comparable prior credits earned.

Secondary Education

PreK-12 Education

Endorsements

The following endorsements are intended to improve a teacher's skills in a specialized area and can be added to existing Level I or Level II certificates.

Do you love to read books? Do you like to write? Do you have a passion to share these interests with others?


Marywood has just what you're looking for! Our English/Secondary Education degree is a four-year program designed to provide you with a firm grounding in literary tradition, literary analysis, and writing. In addition, the program provides a foundation in linguistics and two courses in methods of teaching English.

The methods course in teaching literature offers theory as well as practical application of best practices in teaching middle-school and high-school students to read, understand and connect to a variety of texts; also offered are experiences with test preparation, lesson planning, unit planning and the actual presentation of lessons.

The methods course in teaching writing also offers current theory in composition as well as actual practice in strategies of invention, drafting, revision, editing, and assessment of texts. Both methods courses are required before student teaching.

Specialty Courses

ENGL 170 Introduction to Literary Studies
3
ENGL 180 World Literature 3
ENGL 370 Shakespeare 3
ENGL 412A Teaching Writing 3
ENGL 412B Teaching Literature 3
ENGL 310-329 1 course from Genre 3
ENGL 330-349 1 course from Theme 3
ENGL 350-359 1 course from American Period 3
ENGL 360-369 1 course from British Period 3
ENGL (varies) Any Upper Level Writing Course 3
ENGL 400 Structure of Linguistics 3
Choose from 3 of the following 4 courses:
ENGL 357A Early American Literature 3
ENGL 357 American Literature 1865-present 3
ENGL 360 Midieval & Early Modern British Writers 3
ENGL 364 Major British Writers 3

General Requirements

EDUC 500 First Semester Certification Seminar 0

EDUC 000

EDUC 005E

Field Experience (190 clock hours minimum)

Practicum Block

0

1

EDUC 502 Multidisciplinary Foundations of Education 3
EDUC 523 Seminar: Psychology of Education 3
PSY 514 Human Development 3
R ED 526 Teaching Content Area Reading 3
S ED 507 Characteristics of Students with Disabilities 3
EDUC 411A Effective Instruction in Secondary and K-12 Education 3
S ED 511 Curriculum for Special Needs Learners (taken w/ Student teaching) 3
S ED 539 Behavior Management Approaches 3
EDUC 561 Methods, Materials and Assessment ESL 3
EDUC 442A-Q Student Teaching 3,3
EDUC 595A Student Teaching Seminar 1