Are you interested in Teaching High School?
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High School Education
These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan. For those interested in combining a master’s degree with their undergraduate teacher training, ACU offers a one-year M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning designed for ACU students who will complete a bachelor’s degree in education.
For High School and All-Levels certification you will need to successfully complete a certain number of hours in the subject area prior to starting a certification program which collaborates with the School of Education. If you are interested in teaching high school, find the available subject areas below.
Information on degree requirements for high school teaching fields can also be found in the appropriate catalog section for those departments.
Certification - High School
Composite Science , BS
Composite Sciences – Biology , BS
Composite Science – Engineering and Physics , BS
Computer Science and Mathematics, BS
History , BS
Life Science, BS
Physical Science , BS
Social Studies , BS
Other Teacher Certification programs
Art (all-levels), BFA
Mathematics (grades 7-12), BS
Music – Instrumental (all-levels), BM
Music – Vocal (all-levels), BM
Theatre (all-levels), BFA
Looking for Elementary Teaching programs?
NOTE: If you are looking for our Elementary or Early Childhood teacher certification programs please visit the following program page:
Clubs and Activities
Teacher education students can participate in a number of real-world learning experiences, including:·
- Study abroad
- Innovative schools site visits
- Meaningful field experiences
- Undergraduate research
What can you do after graduation?
- High school teacher
- Christian education teacher
- International school teacher
- Educational consultant
Jenn Rogers’ (left) own experience led her to form a nonprofit, World’s Okayest Mom