Adolescent to Young Adult Education Licensure

Education and Exercise Science

Students seeking licensure for teaching in Ohio’s secondary schools must complete the appropriate content area major (Integrated Language Arts, Integrated Mathematics, Integrated Social Studies, Life Science, or Life Science with Chemistry).

Major in Adolescent to Young Adult Education

Besides the individual content courses for each licensure for Adolescent to Young Adult Programs, all students must take these Core Education Courses:
ED 202 Instructional Technology
ED 221 Foundations of American Public Education
ED 228 Education of Exceptional Children
ED 229 Educational Psychology
ED 347 Reading in the Content Field
ED 370 Teaching Secondary Students
ED 371 Secondary Practicum
ED 497 Advanced Field Experience
ED 458 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools
ED 498 Internship Seminar
ES 234 Community First Aid and CPR
PY 227 Adolescence and Adulthood

Licensure to Teach Integrated Language Arts
Preparation to teach World Literature, American Literature, English, Speech Communication, and Reading.

CA 130 Introduction to Film
CA 311 Critical Public Address
CA 345 Media and Cultural Criticism
ED 201 Phonics
ED 243 Phonics and the Foundation of Reading
ED 341 Middle and Adolescent Literature
ED 346 Reading Diagnosis and Remediation: Middle Childhood
ED 355 Integrated Reading/Language Arts Methods
EN 260 Language Structure
EN 270 Advanced Composition
EN 275 Creative Writing
EN 290 Introduction to Language and Literary Criticism
EN 325 Postcolonial Literature
EN 335 Shakespeare
EN 345 American Literature
EN 355 British Literature

Licensure to Teach Integrated Mathematics

MA 201 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MA 202 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MA 203 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MA 300 History of Mathematics
MA 301 Linear Algebra
MA 302 Modern Abstract Algebra
MA 304 Modern Geometry
MA 305 Discrete Mathematical Structures
MA 306 Probability and Statistics
MA 401 Differential Equations
MA 490 Senior Capstone Project
ED 352 Mathematics Methods: Grades 7 – 12


Licensure to Teach Integrated Social Studies

EC 201 Microeconomics
EC 205 Macroeconomics
GE 231 Geography of the Americas
GE 232 World Geography
HI 201 US History to 1877
HI 202 US History from 1877
HI 204 Europe: Italian Renaissance to the Present
HI 205 The 20th Century World
HI 340 History of the Middle East, HI 350 History of Asia,
or HI 360 Latin American History

HI 345 Ohio Area
HI 398 Historical Methods & Public History
HI 498 Senior Capstone Experience
PS 123 Introduction to Political Science
PY 110 Introduction to Psychology
PY 227 Adolescence and Adulthood
SO 120 Life in Society
SO 235 Social Problems
ED 354 Social Studies Methods: Grades 7 – 12
One elective selected from integrated social studies core courses


Licensure to Teach Life Science

BI 120 Principles of Biology I
BI 129 Principles of Biology II
BI 250 Field Zoology
BI 270 Field Botany
BI 320 Ecology
BI 357 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
BI 420 Restoration Ecology I
BI 480 Genetics
CH 123 General Chemistry I
CH 124 General Chemistry II
MA 106 Precalculus Math
NS 198 Natural Science Seminar
NS 499 Senior Capstone Project
PH 202 Introduction to Geology
PH 210 General Physics I
PY 230 Behavioral Statistics
ED 353 Science Methods: Grades 7 – 12

Licensure to Teach Life Science and Chemistry

BI 120 Principles of Biology I
BI 129 Principles of Biology II
BI 250 Field Zoology
BI 270 Field Botany
BI 357 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
BI 480 Genetics
CH 123 General Chemistry I
CH 124 General Chemistry II
CH 233 Organic Chemistry I
CH 234 Organic Chemistry II
CH 368 Biochemistry I
CH 455 Quantitative Analysis
MA 106 Precalculus Math
NS 198 Natural Science Seminar
NS 499 Senior Capstone Project
PH 202 Introduction to Geology
PH 210 General Physics I
PY 230 Behavioral Statistics
ED 353 Science Methods: Grades 7 to 12

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