B.A. in Secondary English Education

Degree Guide Key:
Traditional Day ProgramsWC
Evening & Weekend ProgramsSCD
Online ProgramsON
Graduate ProgramsGRAD

 

Are you a lover of literature? Does teaching English to high school students sound like an interesting career? At Midway College in Kentucky, you can earn your secondary education degree and become an English teacher through our secondary English education major. Available through both our Women’s College and online through our accelerated adult undergraduate program, this B.A. in secondary education is designed to help you meet the requirements to be an English teacher while learning the skills and knowledge you need to teach English at the eighth- through 12th-grade levels

While core curriculum develops your general knowledge in the areas of Critical Thinking, Literacy, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Art and Humanities, and the Social Sciences; elective coursework explores the arts of language and literature in depth.

English course requirements include:

• Introduction to Literature
• Linguistics & History of the English Language
• World Literature
• Professional Writing
• Studies in American Literature
• Studies in British Literature
• Shakespeare
• And more

Upon completion of this secondary teacher education program, you will be ready to seek certification to be a teacher in Kentucky.

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If you’re ready to learn more about teaching secondary education with an emphasis in English studies, contact us today. Our secondary English education program can prepare you for a high school teaching career and help you meet the education requirements for teachers in the Bluegrass State.

Available through: WCSCDON

  Semester Hours
General Education Requirements 37
Education Major Requirements* 45
Introduction to the Teaching Profession (EDU 100) 2
Introduction to Education (EDU 103) 3
Diversity in the Classroom (EDU 104) 3
Introduction to Secondary Education (EDU 130) 1
Technology in the Education Setting (EDU/CS 201) 3
Societal Issues in Today's Schools (EDU 206) 3
The Exceptional Child and Legal Aspects of Special Education (EDU 315) 3
Teaching and Learning I (EDU 210) 3
Secondary School Language Arts (EDU 331) 3
Secondary School Reading (EDU 336) 3
Teaching and Learning II (EDU 360) 3
Human Growth and Development (PSY 260) 3
Student Teaching (EDU 498) 12
 
English Course Requirements 30
Introduction to Literature (ENG 210) 3
Linguistics & History of the English Language (ENG 300) 3
World Literature (ENG 305) 3
Professional Writing (ENG 312) 3
Studies in American Literature (ENG 313 and ENG 315) 6
Studies in British Literature (ENG 327 and ENG 328) 6
Shakespeare (ENG 405) 3
Elective with ENG prefix 3
 
Electives 12
Total 124

*A minimum grade of “C” in each course required for graduation.

In addition to the requirements above, you must also achieve each of the following:
• Admission into the Program – Portfolio Review
• 200 hours of Field Placement
• Multicultural Field Placement (6 diversity hours)
• Acceptance for Student Teaching – Portfolio Review
• Completion of Personal Portfolio
• TB Test
• Liability Insurance
• Praxis scores as established by the Kentucky Department of Education