Teacher Licensure

Combining a teacher licensure program with a major in the College of Arts and Science makes a student eligible for two degrees: an A.B. or B.S. degree in the College of Arts and Science and a B.S. in Education degree in the School of Education, Health and Society. Students who wish to combine licensure with an arts and science major must observe rules, procedures, and restrictions pertaining to admission to a licensure cohort.

If you choose to earn two degrees, you must meet all requirements for the Miami Plan, the College of Arts and Science, and teacher licensure. Early in your program, you should plan your schedule with academic advisers from both the College of Arts and Science and the School of Education, Health and Society.

The following departments offer the possibility of combining the teacher licensure program with an Arts and Science major: Botany, Chemistry, Classical Languages, Economics, English, French, Geography, Geology & Environmental Earth Science, German, History, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Spanish, and Zoology.

For information, contact the Department of Teacher Education in the School of Education, Health and Society, 202 McGuffey Hall (513-529-6443).

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