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BSEd in Secondary Education
- Earn a Bachelor of Science in Education (BSEd) and either a Bachelor of Science (BS) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree.
- Complete licensure requirements and upon graduation are ready to teach secondary education in: biology, chemistry, English, history, mathematics, physics, political science, or psychology.
- Finish this combined program for most subjects in four years, significantly faster than if they earned both degrees separately even if you study abroad for a semester.
- Gain extensive deep experiences engaging with diverse populations, including students with special needs and those labeled as English language learners (all graduates are eligible for ESL endorsement).
- Experience immersive, field-based courses and collaborative approach in Loyola's newly redeveloped teacher prep program.
- Earn a certificate to teach worldwide through the International Baccalaureate Organization.
- Candidates will apply deep understanding of both content and pedagogy to provide developmentally appropriate instruction to all students.
- Candidates will hold high expectations and build on the assets of diverse students.
- Candidates will utilize information from theories and related research-based practices when making decisions and taking action in their professional practice.
- Candidates will use data to drive instruction and assess teaching and learning effectiveness.
Loyola offers a BSEd in Secondary Education with grade 9-12 endorsements in English, history, math, political science, and psychology. Biology, chemistry, and physics majors earn their MEd Secondary Education endorsement through the 5-year program.
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For additional information on billing, payment, and policies, please visit the Office of the Bursar. For information on financial aid and scholarship opportunities, visit Loyola's Financial Aid Office and through the School of Education.
For additional information on billing, payment, and policies, please visit the Office of the Bursar. For information on financial aid and scholarship opportunities, visit Loyola's Financial Aid Office and Financial Assistance through the School of Education.