- Students are encouraged to complete most of the General Education and Content requirements before applying for admission into the Secondary Education Program.
- Applications submitted by December 1: Applicant will be considered for the Spring Cohort.
- Applications submitted by August 1: Applicant will be considered for the Fall Cohort.
- Students accepted into program would receive a formal letter of acceptance in the mail.
- Students not accepted into program would also receive a formal letter in the mail, indicating missing information and resubmitted deadline.
The following criteria apply to all applicants to the Secondary Education Program, including those switching from the other academic programs at IU Southeast and transferring from the other higher education institutions.
- Required Courses:
- One of the following second-level Writing
- ENG-W 231 - Professional Writing Skills
- ENG-W 234 - Technical Report Writing
- ENG-W 250 - Writing in Context
- ENG-W 270 - Argumentative Writing
- ENG-W 290 - Writing in the Arts and Sciences
- ENG-W 315 - Writing for the Web
- ENG-W 350 - Advanced Expository Writing
- ENG-W 420 - Argumentative Writing
- JOUR-J 200 - Reporting, Writing, and Editing I
- PSY-P 342 - Research and Quantitative Methods in Psychology II
- SOC-S 260 - Intermediate Sociological Writing
- One of the following Mathematics
- MATH-A 118 - Finite Mathematics for the Social and Biological Sciences
- MATH-K 300 - Statistical Techniques for Health Professions
- MATH-M 110 - Excursions into Mathematics
- MATH-M 114 - Quantitative Literacy II
- MATH-M 118 - Finite Mathematics
- MATH-M 119 - Brief Survey of Calculus I
- MATH-M 122 - College Algebra
- MATH-M 125 - Precalculus Mathematics
- MATH-M 129 - Business Algebra and Application
- MATH-M 215 - Calculus I (5 credit hours)
- MATH-T 101 - Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I
- Have an overall GPA 2.5 or higher.
- Have an overall 2.5 GPA in all Professional Education courses.
- All courses counted towards the 60 or 72 credit hours must have grade of C or better.
- All applicants must have evidence of acceptable teaching dispositions in EDUC-F200.
Please see the Bulletin for more detailed information on each major offered.
Note: Transfer students need to have acceptable recommendations from the instructors and field experience teachers in EDUC-F 200.
- Pre-Secondary and Transfer Education Students:
- Please contact Mr. Troy Hubbard, email@example.com, (812) 941-2386 for advising at Hillside Hall Room 108B.
- Once admitted to the program, each Secondary Education student will have an assigned a faculty advisor according to his/her major.
- Language Arts
Dr. Steffany Maher
Phone: (812) 941-2603
Dr. Alan Zollman
Phone: (812) 941-2697
Dr. James Hollenbeck
Phone: (812) 941-2360
- Social Studies
Dr. C. Bradford Griggs
Phone: (812) 941-2951
- Language Arts
- Teaching Licenses Advisor
- Please contact Dr. Faye Camahalan, Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org, Hillside Hall 20C, (812) 941-2136, for licensing questions.
Please submit all application materials to:
Mrs. Tracy Stracener
School of Education Records Specialist
Hillside Hall 108A
Phone: (812) 941-2388