Secondary Social Studies (7th-12th Grade)
MSU Denver offers teacher licensure programs to undergraduate degree-seeking students who are interested in teaching specific content areas. Such degree options for students interested in teaching Social Studies to grades 7-12 are:
- Africana Studies Major, B.A.
- Chicano Studies, B.A.
- Economics, B.A.
- History, B.A.
- Political Science, B.A.
In the same time it would take you to complete any other four-year degree, you will have earned a bachelor's degree and recommendation to the Colorado Department of Education for licensure upon completing this program.
Students seeking teacher licensure in Social Studies can also add the following concentration:
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Focus
If you have questions about teacher licensure, contact a professional advisor in the School of Education. If you have questions about the major (degree) you are interested in, contact the advisor for your major and let them know you are planning to pursue teacher licensure with your degree.
- School of Education Advising
- Africana Studies Advising
- Chicano Studies Advising
- Economics Advising
- History Advising
- Political Science Advising
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—Jennifer Rystrom (BA in political science ’14)