Teach your passion
Learn how to lead your classroom with confidence, adaptable systems, and keen direction
The FLC School of Education buzzes with enriching opportunities to learn from your peers, enthusiastic professors, and the myriad classroom experiences you’ll collect before graduation. You’ll not only earn 600 of the 800 hours of school-based field work required to receive your secondary education teaching license, but you’ll also grow as an individual empowered to chase your educational dreams.
Get your secondary education major in one of these areas:
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Secondary Education majors
Combine your passion for one of these subjects with your dream of guiding the next generation to discover their own passions.
To pursue a K-12 & secondary education degree, you'll start by declaring one of these majors when you're admitted to FLC:
For a complete list of K-12 & secondary education degree program requirements, please see the course catalog.
Your first step will be to meet with an Admissions Counselor, who can help with initial course planning. At this time, the FLC Registrar will review your transcript to determine which credits from your prior school can transfer here. To research what courses will be accepted:
When you have been accepted to FLC, you will be assigned a faculty advisor in your first semester. Contact the Teacher Education Department to set up a meeting. If you want to be a Music teacher, also contact the Music Department.
For a complete list of K-12 & secondary education degree program requirements for transfer students, please see the course catalog.