Graduate Licensure Program:
Adolescence to Young Adult License;
Earn both a teaching license and a master's degree in Malone's Graduate Licensure Program.
The Adolescent and Young Adult Licensure graduate program is designed for those who already have an undergraduate major in one of four content areas (Math, Science, History, English) and prepares them to teach grades 7-12.
The Multi-Age Licensure Program is for individuals who have an undergraduate degree in Spanish and prepares them to teach grades K-12.
These programs allow candidates to pursue an initial teaching license at the graduate level. Program courses include content in educational foundations, learning theory, assessment, instructional methodology, instructional technology, content area reading, exceptionalities, and classroom management. A semester of full-time student teaching is required.
The degree program consists of 12-14 semester hours of Graduate Foundation courses, 16 hours of Educational Foundations courses, and 17 hours of Core courses.
45+ hours: Ohio Assessment for Educators Examinations are required by The Ohio Department of Education for licensure.
Required Graduate Foundation Courses (12-14 hours)
- EDUC 503 - Foundations of Social & Cultural Diversity
- EDUC 510 - Techniques of Research
- EDUC 511 - Action Research
- EDUC 624 - Critical Issues in Education
- EDUC 696 - Graduate Research Project
Required Education Foundation Courses (16 hours)
- EDUC 505 - Introduction to American Education
- EDUC 530 - Applied Learning Theory
- EDUC 572 - Technology Applied to Instruction
- EDUC 685 - Graduate Student Teaching
- EDUC 686 - Graduate Student Teaching Seminar