Provides a brief description of the secondary education major emphases with links to the specific requirements.
The department of Curriculum & Instruction does not offer a Secondary Education major with a similar structure to that of Elementary Education, Special Education, or Dual Education. However, it does provide programs leading to licensure to teach at the Early Adolescence (EA-AD/age 10-21/grades 6-12) and Early Childhood through Adolescence (EC-AD/Birth-age 21/grades PK-12) levels.
The Curriculum & Instruction department does require that all Secondary Education major complete the following:
Curriculum & Instruction Required Pre-Professional Courses
- Educational Foundations
- Ed Found 235 Child and Adolescent Development 3 crs
- Ed Found 380 Educational Psychology 3 crs
- Educational Leadership
- Ed Ldrsp 205 Introduction to Computers in Education
- Elementary Education
- Elem Ed 201 Individual, School, & Society 3 crs OR Elem Ed 110 Education Policy 3 crs
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh does offer the following programs for teacher licensure:
Early Childhood through Adolescence (EC-AD/birth-age 21/grades PK-12)
Click above to view specifics of each major, which include secondary education emphases/majors in Art (BFA-Bachelor of Fine Arts), English as a Second Language (ESL), Foreign Languages, Music (BME-Bachelor of Music Education), and Physical Education.
Click above to view specifics of the secondary education minors in Foreign Languages and Library Science.
Early Adolescence through Adolescence (EA-AD/age 10-21/grades 6-12)
Click above to view specifics of each major, which include secondary education emphases/majors in Biology, Broadfield Natural Science, Broadfield Social Science, Chemistry, Earth Science, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Physics, and Speech Communication.
Click above to view specifics of each secondary education minor, which include Bilingual Education (Spanish and Hmong), Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, English, English as Second Language, Environmental Studies, Foreign Languages (French, German, and Spanish), Health, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Speech Communication, and Theatre.