Do you hold a bachelor's degree in a field other than teacher education but wish to teach in secondary schools?
The Secondary Transition to Teaching licensure program leads to teaching licensure for grades 5-12 in one of the following content areas:
- Language Arts/English (including Speech)
- Science (Chemistry, Earth/Space, Life Science, Physical Science, and Physics)
- Social Studies (Economics, Geographical Perspectives, Government and Citizenship, Historical Perspectives, Psychology, and Sociology)
- Modern World Languages
- Fine Arts 5-12: Arts Education, Choral or Instrumental (requires passing content exam to enter program and approval of Fine Arts)
Other content areas can be added as additional licenses concurrently but will only be awarded after receiving the initial license in the main content area, completing the required coursework, and passing the state-required exam, including English as a New Language.
Completing the Secondary Transition to Teaching program and passing all required Indiana Department of Education exams will earn candidates an Indiana teaching license.