UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Academic Specialization: 54-58 Total Credits
Option A - Departmental major and one minor
Option B - Two departmental majors
Early Adolescence - Adolescence Programs, teaching ages 11-21 years.
Broadfield Science Licensure: Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Broad Field Social Studies
Broad Area English
Communicative Disorders - does not lead to licensing at the undergraduate level
Geology-Earth Science Certification
German- with an EA-A major
Spanish - with an EA-A major
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages - with an EA-A major
Early Childhood - Adolescence Programs, teaching a variety of ages in school settings
Music (choral or Instrumental options)
Health and Human Performance
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Modern Language (French, German, and Spanish options)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) only with an EC-A Modern Language major
German - only with an EC-A Modern Language or TESOL major.
Spanish - only with an EC-A Modern Language or TESOL major.
Coaching - only with a Physical Education Major
Adapted Physical Education - requires a major in Health and Human Performance (K-12) education.
1-Cooperatives. Wisconsin law requires that teachers of Economics, social studies and agriculture complete adequate instruction in consumers’ cooperatives and cooperative marketing. Students in agriculture can satisfy this requirement by successful completion of AGEC 240 or 355. Students in Economics and social sciences can satisfy this requirement by successful completion of TED 433 or AGEC 240 or 355.
2-If you are interested in teaching economics, geography, history, political science, psychology or sociology, please see Social Science, Broad Field .
257 Walker Wyman Education
Florence Monsour-Chair, Joel Donna, Amy Frederick, Molly Gerrish, Beth Janey, Rachelle Haroldson, Angela Kaiser, Michael Miller, Hilary Pollack, Geoff Scheurman, Manu Sharma, Satomi Shinde, Hiawatha Smith, Mary Wright
The degree curricula designed to prepare teachers for the secondary school, in either Early Adolescence - Adolescence (formerly grades 6-12) or Early Childhood - Adolescence (formerly K-12), The program consists of a minimum of 120 semester hours that give the student a broad general education, specialized preparation in one or more academic fields and professional preparation needed for effective teaching. Specific course requirements are listed for each academic department preceding the departmental course descriptions.
As listed for CEPS.
Coursework included in the professional sequence, major, minor or concentration may not be included in the general education component.