Academic Programs

License Additions

Students completing a primary teaching license may add a license addition. Current additions range between 12 and 32 credits. It may not be possible to complete the additions as part of the basic 120 credit hour degree plan. See a School of Education Academic Advisor for program details.

  • Blended and Online Teaching License Addition: Blended and online learning are now viable alternatives in K12 education. Whether as a family’s choice for full-time learning, or implemented periodically by districts and schools, online and blended learning are here to stay. Equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to teach effectively in both face-to-face and virtual spaces. Be one of the first to graduate with this impressive credential for your resume by completing four classes. 
  • Computer Science License Addition: As a teacher with a Computer Science License you will be qualified to: serve as a technology resource person, coordinator or facilitator in local schools and school corporations; manage a school's technology resources, computer labs and equipment; teach computing courses (computer applications, web design, computer programming) in Indiana secondary schools; and enhance your marketability in the job market by demonstrating additional knowledge and experience related to technology integration in your classroom.
  • English as a New Language License Addition: A license addition in English as a New Language (ENL) will prepare teachers to work with students of different linguistic and cultural backgrounds in the classroom. Candidates must demonstrate oral proficiency in English as well as competence in a world language equivalent to two semesters of university world language or two years of high school world language.  
  • Journalism License Addition: This license addition is available to students completing a Secondary or All-grades settings primary license. The journalism addition prepares students to supervise student media publications.
  • Mathematics Middle Grades License Addition: This program is available to students who are interested in teaching mathematics in departmentalized middle schools. 
  • Reading License Addition: Students interested in specializing in reading instruction may add this to their primary license program. The program features linguistics, professional roles, methods, and a practicum. 
  • Theatre License Addition: Secondary license students can add the theatre license addition to their program in order to teach theatre arts. 

Information concerning program and course requirements can be obtained by visiting the Undergraduate Portal Program Sheets webpage.

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