The Bachelor of Arts in English/Humanities, Integrated Language Arts with Adolescent to Young Adult Licensure (grades 7-12) combines education and English/Humanities classes to prepare teachers for grades 7 through 12. At a time when a national teaching shortage has become apparent, this degree offers good opportunities for employment.
Learning Outcomes for the B.A. in English and Humanities (Integrated Language Arts with Adolescent to Young Adult Licensure)
Students who complete the English & Humanities Integrated Language Arts with Adolescent to Young Adult Licensure program will be able to:
situate texts within a historical and cultural context;
analyze texts through the lens of literary, cultural, rhetorical, and/or linguistic theory; and
compose effective arguments supported by relevant evidence from primary and secondary sources;
make connections between content knowledge and teaching practice; and
apply methodology to solve problems and teach effectively.
General Education Program
A grade of “C” or higher is required in this component of the Integrated Language AYA degree. Further information is listed in the General Education Program or can be obtained from the dean’s office.
Language Arts Component
Professional Education Component
See Department of Teacher Education for Proper Sequence