Secondary Education Programs
Successful completion of a secondary education program requires meeting both academic content and performance-based standards as assessed at different points by the School of Education and by state-designated tests. The secondary education teacher license in Indiana mandates a content field, a target population developmental level of early and late adolescence and young adulthood, and in the school setting multiple assignments at the middle school/junior high or high school grades 5-12.
The Bloomington campus offers two secondary programs:
|General Education||33-36 cr.|
|Content Field||36-63 cr.|
|Professional Education||Arranged-46 cr.|
|Electives||To total 124 cr.|
For program requirements (program planning sheets), see: site.educ.indiana.edu/SecondaryEd/tabid/5502/Default.aspx.