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College of Education, Health and Human Services
This program prepares candidates for Ohio licensure in Integrated Language Arts (grades 7-12). The combination of content and methods courses provides a strong foundation for graduates of the program, who will be licensed to teach English/Language Arts, journalism, communication and theater. (Please note that Ohio Integrated Language Arts teachers are only licensed to teach theater at the middle school level.) The program uniquely features a methods course devoted to the teaching of new media.
Preschool, kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, and secondary school teachers, except special education, held about 4.0 million jobs in 2006. Of the teachers in those jobs, about 1.5 million are elementary school teachers, 1.1 million are secondary school teachers, 674,000 are middle school teachers, 437,000 are preschool teachers, and 170,000 are kindergarten teachers. The vast majority work in elementary and secondary schools. Preschool teachers, except special education, are most often employed in child daycare services (59 percent), public and private educational services (16 percent), and religious organizations (15 percent). Employment of teachers is geographically distributed much the same as the population. (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Students admitted to the College of Education, Health, and Human Services as freshmen must have been fully admitted to the university. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to a major and/or admission to professional coursework for a selective admission program. To be admitted directly into a teacher education program and Community Health, it is required that new freshmen have a 2.75 high school GPA and 16 units of college preparatory curriculum or a 21 ACT or 980 SAT score. Students who do not meet the GPA requirements of their intended major may enroll as pre-majors for selected programs or EHHS General until which time they have the required 2.75 GPA.
Minimum 121 credit hours. Minimum 2.600 major GPA. Minimum 2.750 cumulative GPA. A minimum grade of C (2.000) grade is required in some courses; view the program requirements to see specific courses.
Study Abroad/Away Opportunities
There are many study abroad/away opportunities, for more information contact the Office of International Affairs.
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