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Adolescent-to-Young Adult

Undergraduate

The Adolescent-to-Young Adult programs lead to licensure in grades 7-12 in the areas listed below.

Integrated Language Arts

The Integrated Language Arts program prepares candidates to teach all areas of language arts in grades 7-12. The program of study includes courses in English, Communications, Journalism, and Theater. Click HERE to view more information about the Integrated Language Arts major.

Faculty Advisors: Pam Beam

Integrated Mathematics

The Integrated Mathematics program prepares candidates to teach all areas of mathematics in grades 7-12. Examples of courses in the program of study include calculus, probability & statistics, and geometry. Click HERE to view more information about the Integrated Mathematics major.

Faculty Advisor:

Integrated Science

The Integrated Science program prepares candidates to teach all areas of science in grades 7-12. The areas include Earth Science, Life Science and Physical Science. Click HERE to view more information about the Integrated Science major. 

Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

Earth Science

The Earth Science program prepares candidates to teach earth science in grades 7-12. Click HERE to view more information about the Earth Science major. 

Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

The Family and Consumer Sciences program prepares candidates to teach all areas for the Career-Technical license grades 4 - 12. The program of study includes courses in child and family studies, nutrition with science, retail merchandising and consumer/resource management, and interior architecture. Click HERE to view more information about the Family and Consumer Sciences Education major.

Faculty Advisors: Schuyler Cone and Meta Van Nostran

Life Science

The Life Science program prepares candidates to teach life science in grades 7-12. Click HERE to view more information about the Life Science major. 

Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

Physical Science

The Physical Science program prepares candidates to teach chemistry or physics in grades 7-12. Click HERE to view more information about the Physical Science major. 

Faculty Advisor: Danielle Dani

Integrated Social Studies

The Integrated Social Studies program prepares candidates to teach all areas of social studies in grades 7-12. The program of study includes courses in history, economics, geography, and political science. Click HERE to view more information about the Integrated Social Studies major.

Faculty Advisors: Frans Doppen, Ginger Weade, and Pam Beam

Reading Endorsement

Any student who may be registered in one of four programs of study (Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adolescent/Young Adult, and Special Education) may add a reading endorsement to his/her license to teach reading in K -12, inclusive. Click HERE to view the program information sheet.

Graduate

Formerly known as "Secondary Education," Adolescent to Young Adult (AYA) programs prepare students for an initial teaching license for grades 7 - 12, in junior or senior high schools. Programs are content-specific. Applicants may choose one of the following:

  • Integrated Language Arts
  • Integrated Mathematics
  • Integrated Sciences
  • Earth Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics)
  • Integrated Social Studies

The Master's program in Adolescent-to-Young Adult (AYA) education leading to licensure recognizes and reflects both national and state trends that provide alternative routes to teacher licensure. The program permits the student to receive a master's degree and complete teacher licensure requirements at the graduate level. It recognizes that post-baccalaureate students often have background experience relevant to the classroom and therefore can profit from graduate study leading to licensure rather than enrolling in an undergraduate licensure program. Click to view and save the program of study:

The Advanced Master's program for teachers who already hold a teaching license is not currently accepting applications.

For graduate student admission information click HERE.

For the Master's Research Project Guidelines click HERE

Click HERE to view examples of completed Adolescent-to-Young Adult Master's Research Projects.

For more information, please contact:

Danielle Dani
Associate Professor, Teacher Education
McCracken Hall 252
740.593-4438
aya.ted@ohio.edu

 

 

 

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