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Every single class here, I had amazing professors, professors that motivated me and inspired me. Not only that, but gave me one-on-one attention when I needed it.
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Secondary Teacher Preparation – English

In this program, you complete the English major and select a minor from the following: biology, chemistry, history, or mathematics. This gives you the knowledge and skills necessary to receive a Michigan provisional secondary teaching certificate, which allows you to teach your major and minor subjects in grades 6 through 12.

Upon graduating and passing the required state tests, you will be eligible to apply for certification.

Secondary Teacher Preparation – Mathematics

In this program, you complete the mathematics major, and select a minor from the following: biology, chemistry, English, or history. This gives you the knowledge and skills necessary to receive a Michigan provisional secondary teaching certificate, which allows you to teach your major and minor subjects in grades 6 through 12.

Upon graduating and passing the required state tests, you will be eligible to apply for certification.

Secondary Teacher Preparation – Social Studies

In this program you complete the social studies major, and select a minor from the following: biology, chemistry, English, or mathematics. This gives you the knowledge and skills necessary to receive a Michigan provisional secondary teaching certificate, which allows you to teach your major and minor subjects in grades 6 through 12.

Upon graduating and passing the required state tests, you will be eligible to apply for certification.

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Career Facts

  • The average annual wage for High School Teachers is about $52,400.
  • Employment is expected to grow by 12 percent through 2016, about as fast as average.
  • The pool of teachers is large and many are retiring in the coming decade, so job prospects are excellent.
  • Advancement for a Secondary School Teacher includes becoming head of their department.
  • Or, with experience and further education, they may become an assistant principal, principal, or superintendent.
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