If you've earned a bachelor's degree in another field but are considering teaching as a career, we can help you develop the skills and knowledge you'll need to teach at the middle school or high school level.
The Secondary Transition to Teaching program offers innovative practices and reflective teaching skills that prepare you to teach in middle, junior high, or high schools.
Through a combination of course work, field experiences, and mentorship support, you will engage in a rich learning experience. You will be immersed in teaching and the culture of your school. This experience not only prepares you for a career in teaching but also connects you to the education community.
The Secondary Transition to Teaching program is a full-time, 18-credit hour certification program that begins in June of each year and runs through the following spring semester. This accelerated teacher education program enables aspiring teachers with bachelor's degrees in certain fields to earn their licensure in just twelve months. The cohort-based program provides a network of colleagues and support as you prepare for your new career.
Through a combination of course work, field experiences, and mentorship support, this accelerated Teacher Education Program (TEP) will engage you in a rich learning experience that will immerse you in teaching and the culture of your school, providing an experience that not only prepares you for a career in teaching, but also connects you to the education community.
While the program is designed around Indiana licensure requirements, Indiana has reciprocal licensing agreements with many other U.S. states.