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4 Year

Undergraduate BS Degree *

 *Consult with advisor as some programs [i.e. History & Social Sciences] offer B.A. degrees

Student Information Packet (4-Year)

 

General Education (41-44 credits)

Content Major (36-60 credits)

Licensure Area Checklists

Biology

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Mathematics

Physics

Social Sciences

History

Political Science


Secondary Education Major Required Courses (42-45 credits)

B.S. Degree Requirements (6 credits)

B.S. Degree Requirements may be met by required courses in your content major or you will fulfill these requirements by taking an additional math course and an additional science course of your choice.

 

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5 Year

Undergraduate + MAT

Student Information Packet (5-year)

5 year[Graduate] Secondary Ed Checklist

 

General Education Planner (41-44 credits)

Content Major (36-60 credits)

Licensure Area Checklists

Biology

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Students graduating in '20, '21, '22

Students graduating in '23

Social Sciences

History

Political Science

Mathematics

Physics BS and BA

Pre-professional Secondary Education Minor Courses (23 credits) 


Masters of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)

Graduate Level Studies (35 credits)

 

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Add-On Endorsements

Consider completing an add-on endorsement course sequence to supplement your primary licensure area. The following are available:

Contact the MSME Department for more information.

Post-Baccalaureate Option

Students who hold a Bachelor's degree in an appropriate content area, may apply for admission to the post-baccalaureate program. Admission to the graduate program requires completion of pre-professional undergraduate education and content courses.

The Post Baccalureate packet of information provides details for post-baccalaureate applicants.

Scholarships

Explore available scholarships and grants to enrich or finance your academic career at JMU.

Contact the MSME Department for additional scholarship opportunities.

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