The Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education is offered only through the Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) Undergraduate Program located at the military installations on Oahu. Students must choose between two licensure tracks: English or Social Studies.
Admission to the program is through the PACE satellite office.
In addition to the courses listed below, students must complete additional licensure requirements.
|PSY304 Psychology of Adolescence||3|
|ED300 Introduction to Secondary Education||3|
|ED303 Foundations of American Education||3|
|ED306 Psychological Foundations of Education||3|
|ED460 Introduction to Exceptional Children||3|
|ED470 Technology for Teachers||3|
|ED404 Managing School Environments||3|
|ED421 Literature for Adolescents OR ED462 Multicultural Ed.||3|
|ED423 Teaching Strategies: Secondary*||3|
|ED427 Teaching in Area of Specialization||3|
|ED490 A & B Seminar**||3|
|ED495 A &B Student Teaching: Secondary Education**||9|
*Student teaching must start within two semesters of completion of ED423.
**ED490A and 495A must be taken concurrently in the winter of summer terms with ED490B and 495B in the following spring or fall terms.