Secondary Licensure Program graduates earn the following degrees: B.A. in English; B.A. in History; or B.S. in General Science. Secondary Education encompasses both the middle school and high school levels. Acceptable majors are English, General Science, or History (students who major in History receive their licensure in Social Studies). Secondary education licensure programs range from 123 to 131 credits and offer clinical practicum experiences in a variety of school settings. Upon program completion the candidate has met all requirements for institutional recommendation for Colorado licensure. With careful planning and commitment this can be accomplished in four years.
Secondary Science Licensure Program requires a major in general science and completion of the following 131 credit hours:
General Education Core (45 credit hours)
General Science Major Core (47-49 credit hours)
Secondary Professional Core (39 credit hours)