College of Education > Academics > Teacher Education > Undergraduate > Middle Grades Education (BS) > Major Requirements
A content area is a single area of study in language arts, math, science, or social science (cannot include coursework in Education). At least two courses must be at the 200 or higher level.
Note that individuals can receive a reduction of 1 course in this area based on courses taken in the learning domains. This applies only to language arts, math, or social science. Talk to your advisor about applying the reduction.
A content area is a single area of study in language arts, math, science, or social science. The second content area must be a different area than the one chosen as the primary content area (cannot include coursework in Education). At least two courses must be at the 200 or higher level.
Registration in student teaching requires completion of all requirements and procedures in the college core section. EDU 95 indicates to the Illinois State Board of Education that all field experience hours are complete. All students also take MGE 391, Student Teaching Seminar with student teaching (listed in the Liberal Studies section).
Students are eligible to complete any minor offered at DePaul University, including those related to the four Middle Grades Education content areas and to other areas of specialization in education. The minors related to the content areas and other areas of education include:
To complete a minor, students must fulfill all of the requirements of that minor as identified by the minor’s home department or program.
All individuals licensed by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) are required to complete licensure tests specific to their teaching license. Middle Grades Education majors must complete the following tests:
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