B.S.Ed. in Language Arts/English
In the Secondary Education Anchor Program, you'll follow a proven curriculum that combines content knowledge with a solid foundation in the history, theory, and philosophy of education; adolescent development; classroom management; and the use of technology in education.
- Admissions Requirements
Direct Admit Scholars
To be considered for direct admission into the School of Education, students must first be admitted to IU with an intended major within the School of Education. Students who meet the Direct Admit Scholars qualifications are invited to apply to the program.
Certification from University Division
Students should meet with a University Division advisor, who can provide guidance in meeting certification requirements. These requirements include:
- An overall IU grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher
- 30 credit hours of college level coursework completed
- Completion of EDUC-G203: Communication for Youth Serving Professionals, with a grade of C or better. (Under certain circumstances, students may substitute another college level public speaking or interpersonal communication class.)
- Financial Aid
We offer a range of scholarships for qualified students. Current students can be considered for most School of Education scholarships by completing one application each year.
We also encourage students to visit Student Central for information about financial assistance.
If you are a prospective student who applies to our Direct Admit Scholars program, you’ll be considered for scholarship opportunities as an entering freshman.
The program culminates in a semester-long student teaching experience in a middle school or high school classroom. There, you'll manage a class, prepare lesson plans, deliver lessons, and assess student performance under the guidance of a mentor teacher.
You can also take on additional field engagements as early as your second semester (depending on your admissions status) through our early field experiences program.
Secondary Education Anchor programs prepare you for one Indiana teaching license that covers both junior high/middle school and high school. Your license will include a specified content field depending on your program of study and any license additions you pursue.
- Current Students
Visit the Undergraduate Portal for forms, course requirements, and other resources you'll need as you work to complete your program.