Undergraduate Secondary Education Programs

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A degree in secondary education gives future educators both pedagogical training and hands on experience.

Secondary Education 6-12 Teacher Certification (B.S.)

The Secondary Teacher Education program is designed to prepare individuals to work with students in grades 6-12 in a specific content area. Students may choose to study General Science, Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies: 

Biology Teacher Program Progression

General Science Teacher Program Progression

Mathematics Teacher Program Progression

Language Arts Teacher Program Progression

Social Science Teacher Program Progression

Class B Certification and Double Major 

Satisfactory completion of the program requirements and accompanying tests lead to a recommendation for a Class B Certificate in a content specific field of study.  Because candidates are required to complete a content field major in the College of Arts and Sciences, Secondary Education 6-12 B.S. leads to a double major in education and the content field.  Secondary Education B.S. programs begin at 120 hours, depending on the field of study.  

Candidates are required to complete a content field major in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Secondary Education Major.  Majors begin as 120 hours, depending on the field of study.  


 Academic Advisors:

Susan Ferguson Martin, Ph.D.
English Language Arts, Math
Ph: (251) 380-2797
ferguson@southalabama.edu

Susan Santoli, Ph.D.
Social Studies
Ph: (251) 380-2836
ssantoli@southalabama.edu

Andre Green, Ph.D.
Science
Ph: (251) 380-2892
green@southalabama.edu