Double Major - Secondary Education
The Education Double Major is only intended for students seeking teacher certification in select high school subject areas. Students wanting to teach high school should consult with an Academic Advisor in the college of their major to determine whether declaring this double major in Education or a minor in Secondary Education is the appropriate avenue for fitting the required education coursework into their content-specific degree program.
NOTE: The address below links to the current Undergraduate Catalog online.
If your catalog designation is older than the current catalog, you should select from the 'Previous Catalogs' option listed there, in addition to discussing your degree program requirements with an advisor:
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major in Education (Secondary Education; Teacher Certification with Double Major in another B.S. teacher certification degree program)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Major in Education (Secondary Education; Teacher Certification with Double Major in another B.S. teacher certification degree program) [link coming soon]
NOTE: This resource is intended to help you PLAN AHEAD, so be sure to reference the link below before taking transfer coursework whenever possible.
Students planning to earn college credit at another institution for eventual transfer to Texas State should refer to the Transfer Equivalency Guide to determine how that coursework would be evaluated by Admissions.
Did you earn credits toward an AAT? [Associate of Arts in Teaching]
A 'C' or better in EDUC 1301 can satisfy CI 2310.
A 'C' or better in EDUC 2301 can satisfy SPED 4344.
You may request evaluation of a course taken previously or that you plan to take to confirm whether it is equivalent to a degree requirement in your minor.
If approved, provide documentation of that approval to your advisor in order for the course substitution to be reflected on your Degree Audit.
Submit: Secondary Education Double Major