Middle Level Education
The B.S.E. major in Middle Level Education, an initial teacher preparation program, prepares outstanding middle level educators who can meet the needs of young adolescents in today’s diverse, highly technological, and changing society. Graduates have a well-developed content knowledge in two fields (language arts, mathematics, reading, science, or social studies), and they are able to construct and implement interdisciplinary instruction creatively.
The Middle Level Education program prepares students for employment in upper level elementary and middle school settings. Upon successful completion of the program, which includes a passing score on the appropriate GACE Content Assessment tests, the College of Education recommends the student for licensure for grades four through eight in two areas of concentration in the State of Georgia.
This is a suggested 4-year schedule of courses for students to follow, including milestones that should be met each year.