Major in Teaching: Interdisciplinary

Interdisciplinary Check Sheets

School Library Information Specialist coming Fall 2015

The Interdisciplinary option is available for those students who have obtained a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Interdisciplinary offers a variety of concentrations that can lead to a teaching endorsement (for those with a license) or highly specialized subject areas designed to further your career within an educational setting. Must have credit in Human Learning 325 or equivalent or take Teacher Education 712 in the first semester that the course is offered after enrollment.


Students electing the Interdisciplinary Option select Special Education, Reading, or a discipline outside of the Department of Educational Studies for study (includes courses from several disciplines within one department). (NOTE: Educational Leadership and Counseling disciplines are not available; however, other Educational Studies disciplines may be available with prior approval from Graduate Coordinator/designee from the College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences, as approved by CEHBS Graduate Committee.) Eighteen hours of subject area electives are decided upon in consultation with the student’s adviser from the differing discipline/department and the Graduate Coordinator/designee from the College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences. No more than three hours of 500-level subject area electives may be applied toward a degree. A minimum of six hours of 700-level subject area electives must be taken. Only six semester hours of workshop credit may be applied toward a degree.


Individuals may choose to 18 hours in one of the following content areas within the Interdisciplinary option. Students should meet with the graduate coordinator/designee to develop a “plan of study” prior to enrolling in coursework.


Interdisciplinary Concentrations and Endorsements:

(Cohort indicates that a minimum number of students must be enrolled to begin the concentration)



Agriculture Education and Leadership

Early Childhood Learning and Development

English as a Second Language (ESL) (endorsement only)

Geosciences Education

Gifted and Talented Education (cohort)

Instructional Design and Technology (cohort)

Montessori (completed credential required to begin)

Postsecondary (cohort Spring, Summer, Fall 2015)

Reading Specialist K-12

School Library Information Specialist (cohort)


On Campus:




Hybrid: (Partially online, partially on campus)

Special Education - Advanced Special Education or SPED endorsement



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