English Language & Literature Teaching Licensure Concentration Secondary English 9-12 (BA)
The BA in English Language & Literature Teaching Licensure allows you to both major in English AND teach at the secondary level.
The B.A. English Secondary major is designed for the rigors of high school teaching and state licensure processes. This B.A. Secondary 9 - 12 teaching program provides the English content knowledge and pedagocial skills students need for career success as English teachers and literacy specialists working at the secondary school level. FSU’s High School English program has turned out some of the top educators of the state including Heather Harvey, Katherine Kropp, and Molly Dalyrmple, while others like Preston Caudle teach abroad, calling China his home now. Most teaching majors receive several high school offers upon graduation. We offer many choices in our English Department so that English teaching majors may pursue their interests as well as learn the ins and outs of pedagogy.
Here is our current program of study:
B.A. Teaching/Learning Concentration Course Requirements: Credit Hours 120
English 9-12 High School (Secondary Education) Teaching Certification, DPI North Carolina
University College Core Curriculum Requirements (Fall 2022) 38 Credit Hours
English Course Program Requirements
|Required English Courses|
|Select one from each set of three or four
|English Elective, Select any two English Courses||6|
|Foreign Language Courses, Any Two||6|
|Required Professional Education Courses|
|Degree Required Total Credits||120|
Deadlines/Information: A score of 24 on ACT or 1100 on SAT means one does not take Praxis I. To apply to Teacher Education, go to English Department, fill out SOE forms, see Dr. Nyman, email@example.com for Oral Exam, complete FSU Core, along with Praxis I passing scores, 156R/162W/150 M. Praxis II—English Lit/Lang Content and High School/Secondary Pedagogy Exams are required before admittance to Clinical Experience (Student Teaching).
|If admitted to
Teacher Education by
|Apply for Clinical
|January 2023||Fall 2023||Spring 2022|
|January 2024||Fall 2024||Spring 2023|
|January 2025||Fall 2025||Spring 2024|
|January 2026||Fall 2026||Spring 2025|