Middle School Education – Social Studies
Online courses make it convenient for working students to earn their degree
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All Midway graduates pass provisional licensure exam
Would you like to become a middle school social studies teacher?
Do you need the convenience of online courses?
Consider Midway University’s online Middle School Social Studies Education program.
Midway’s program prepares teachers to teach in grades 5-9. When you graduate you will meet the middle school teaching requirements for certification in Kentucky. Students wishing to seek certification in other states should contact that state’s teacher certification granting agency for information on specific requirements.
Each middle school teaching student must have one area of academic emphasis*. You may be able to meet the requirements for a minor while at the same time, meeting the requirements for an area of emphasis.
The program courses described below fulfill the Middle School Social Studies emphasis. Other areas of emphasis in Middle School Education are English/communications, mathematics and science.
Once students have met admissions requirements and are accepted into Midway University, they then will need to apply for acceptance into the Teacher Education program. Find out more about those requirements here.
If you plan to teach outside the U.S. or don’t need teaching certification you may consider our Education Studies degree.
*Online students should consult with their advisors as all areas of concentration might not be available online.
Why Choose Midway University?
Convenience – Online courses make it convenient for working students to earn their degree
Affordable – We offer competitive tuition rates, financial aid options and several payment options. Each year 90% of our students receive some form of financial assistance.
Faculty – Our faculty are responsive and provide a high level of support to our students
Personal Attention – Midway provides a high level of service to our students. Faculty and students form bonds that last a lifetime.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
General Education Requirements
|EDU 100||Introduction to the Teaching Profession||1|
|EDU 103||Introduction to Education||2|
|EDU 105||Introduction to Elementary Education||1|
|EDU 106||Introduction to Middle School Education||1|
|EDU 130||Introduction to Secondary Education||1|
|EDU 201||Technology in the Educational Setting||3|
|EDU 210||Teaching and Learning I||3|
|EDU 314||Multicultural Education||3|
|EDU 315||The Exceptional Child and Legal Aspects of Special Education||3|
|EDU 332||Educational Evaluation Techniques||3|
|EDU 338||Foundations of Literacy||3|
|EDU 360||Teaching and Learning II||3|
|EDU 319||Social Science Teaching Methods||3|
|EDU 498||Student Teaching||12|
|PSY 260||Human Growth and Development||3|
Middle School Social Studies Course Requirements
|HIS 101||World Civilization I||3|
|HIS 102||World Civilization II||3|
|HIS 140||History of the United States to 1865||3|
|HIS 141||History of the United States since 1865||3|
|GEO 110||Physical Geography||3|
|GOVT 201||American Government||3|
|ECO 217||Principles of Micro Economics||3|
|ECO 220||Principles of Macro Economics||3|
|SOC 120||Principles of Sociology||3|
Total Credit Hours