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Secondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education

The general education requirements as outlined in an earlier section must be completed by all students expecting to be licensed to teach with the exception of students in agriculture. Students in these fields should see their academic advisor for specific requirements.

Students who pursue degrees in teaching fields in the College of Arts and Sciences are responsible for satisfying all the requirements for teacher education as well as the degree requirements of arts and sciences.

Agricultural education (AED)

Students planning to be agricultural education teachers must complete the approved teacher certification program as part of the requirement for the bachelor of science in agricultural education in the College of Agriculture. Completion of this program satisfies state of Kansas program requirements for agricultural education licensure for grades 6-12.

Professional education requirements
The following courses must be completed before admission to the professional semester:
EDSEC 300Introduction to Agricultural
Education1
EDSEC 376Core Teaching Skills and Lab3
EDSEC 400Leadership and Personal Development
in Agricultural Education1
EDSEC 477Middle Level/Secondary Reading2
EDSEC 500Content Area Methods in the Secondary
School: Agricultural Education3
EDSEC 503Teaching Adult Classes in Agriculture1
EDSEC 505Field Experiences in Agricultural
Education1
EDSEC 520Block II Lab Agricultural Education1
EDSEC 615Lab and Safety Techniques in Teaching Agriculture3
EDSEC 620Principles and Philosophy of Career and Technical Education3
EDSEC 621Program Planning in Career and Technical Education3
FSHS 110Introduction to Human Development3
EDCEP 315Educational Psychology3
EDCEP 525Interpersonal Relations in the Schools1
EDSP 323Exceptional Students in the
Secondary School2
EDSEC 455Teaching in a Multicultural Society1
DED 318Instructional Media and Technology2
 
Professional semester (see information earlier for specific prerequisites)
EDSEC 586Teaching Participation in the Secondary
Schools and Professional Development
Seminar12
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Family and consumer sciences education

Students planning to be family and consumer sciences education teachers must complete the approved teacher licensure program as part of the requirements for the bachelor of science in human ecology degree program in the College of Human Ecology, family and consumer sciences education. Completion of this program satisfies state of Kansas program requirements for vocational family and consumer sciences education licensure for grades 6-12.

Professional education requirements
DED 075Orientation to Teacher Education at KSU
EDSEC 200Teaching as a Career1
EDSEC 230Early Field Experience1
FSHS 110Introduction to Human Development3
 
The following courses must be completed before entry into the professional semester:
EDCEP 315Educational Psychology3
EDCEP 525Interpersonal Relations in the School1
EDSP 323Exceptional Students in the
Secondary School2
EDSEC 376Core Teaching Skills and Lab3
EDSEC 405Middle Level Education2
EDSEC 477Middle Level/Secondary Reading2
EDSEC 500Content Area Methods in Secondary School: Family and Consumer Sciences Education3
EDSEC 510Occupational Family and Consumer Sciences Education2
EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Family and Consumer Sciences Education1
EDSEC 620Principles and Philosophy of
Career and Technical Education3
EDSEC 621Program Planning in Career and Technical Education3
EDSEC 455Teaching in a Multicultural Society1
DED 318Instructional Media and Technology2
 
Professional semester (see information earlier for specific prerequisites):
EDSEC 586Teaching Participation in
Secondary School12
41
 

Music education (MUSED)

Students planning to be music teachers must complete the approved teacher licensure program as part of the requirements for the bachelor of music education in the College of Arts and Sciences. Completion of this program satisfies state of Kansas program requirements for licensure for grades K-12.

The following courses is required for admission to teacher education:
EDSEC 200Teaching as a Career1
EDSEC 230Early Field Experience1
 
The following course may be taken before the student is admitted to teacher education:
FSHS 110Introduction to Human Development3
EDSEC 310Foundations of Education3
DED 318Instructional Media and Technology2
 

The application for admission to a teacher education program must be filed and approved before a student may enroll in any of the following courses which must be completed before entry into the professional semester. Refer to an earlier section for specific requirements for admission to teacher education.

MUSIC 511Music in the Schools K-64
MUSIC 512Music in the Junior/Senior High
School4
EDCEP 315Educational Psychology3
EDSP 323Exceptional Students in the
Secondary School2
EDCEP 525Interpersonal Relations in the School1
EDSEC 376Core Teaching Skills and Lab3
EDSEC 455Teaching in a Multicultural Society1
EDSEC 477Middle Level/Secondary Reading2
MUSIC 670Advanced Studies in Music Education2
 
Professional semester (see information earlier for specific prerequisites):
EDSEC 582Teaching Participation in Music*12
43
 

*A full semester of student teaching is required in music education.