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Teacher Education Department

Hope Smith Davis, Ed.D. :: Department Chair
Education and Arts 2200 :: (574) 520-4132 ::

About the Teacher Education Department

The Department of Teacher Education comprises undergraduate and graduate programs leading to licensure in Elementary, Secondary, and Special Education. It also includes Transition-to-Teaching programs at the Elementary and Secondary levels, stand-alone or embedded licensure programs for teaching English Language Learners, Early Childhood Education, Intense Interventions, and the Foundations of Education minor for students interested in exploring education as a discipline without pursuing a license to teach.

Elementary Education >>

The Elementary Education degree program covers early childhood and middle childhood developmental levels. Graduates are licensed to teach in elementary, primary, and intermediate settings.

Secondary Education >>

The IU South Bend School of Education offers several degree programs in secondary education. Successful secondary education graduates are licensed in one or more content areas for grades 5-12. Each candidate’s degree program is aligned with the developmental and pedagogical standards for both the middle school/junior high and high school levels as defined by the Indiana Department of Education.

Candidates may select one or more of the following content areas: English/Language Arts :: Mathematics :: Science :: Social Studies :: World Languages

Special Education >>

This degree is for applicants already licensed in an area of Exceptional Needs who want to advance their knowledge in the field of special education.

Graduate students may complete a Master of Science (M.S.) in Education (Special Education) degree. Students complete a minimum of 36 credit hours for this degree. In most cases, graduate students may use some of the coursework taken for licensure toward their graduate degree in special education. Students are advised on an individual basis. Students interested in discussing degree requirements should contact the Office of Education Student Services to arrange an appointment. All degree-seeking students must apply separately for admission to the Education, Special Education Program. Students must have, and maintain, a 3.0 GPA while pursuing the degree.

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