This program provides innovative and contextual learning experiences through which graduate students can become prepared to teach math, science, social studies or English at the secondary level (grades 7-12). A major emphasis of the program is understanding and engaging adolescent learners. Successful completion of this program leads to a recommendation for secondary teaching licensure. Two practicum experiences and a full-time, full-semester internship are required. For licensure recommendation, the equivalent of a major in one of the core content areas is needed. A transcript analysis is also required to determine whether previous content area coursework fulfills these requirements; the Licensure Office or a designee will conduct the review. The student may need to take additional content courses in order to be recommended for licensure.