Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Secondary Education (English, Social Studies, Science, and Math Licensure) Requirements (Online Undergraduate Program)
We are providing you with this notice pursuant to 34 C.F.R. 668.43 to inform you that Chaminade University of Honolulu has not made a determination as to whether the curriculum of this program leads to licensure in states outside of the State of Hawaii. If you plan to obtain your license in a state other than the State of Hawaii, please inquire with your state’s licensing agency for curriculum requirements for licensure. You can go to this website NC-SARA Professional Licensure Directory, click on your intended professional licensure, then look for your state and click on their website for more information on the requirements for your professional licensure.
If you are interested in having Chaminade University of Honolulu provide you with a recommendation for licensure in the State of Hawaii only, you must complete your student teaching at a school within the State of Hawaii.
The B.S. in Secondary Education is offered only through the Online Undergraduate program. Students may choose among four licensure tracks: English, Social Studies, Science and Mathematics. Graduates of the Secondary Education program are licensed to teach grades 7 through 12.
In addition to the courses listed below, students must complete additional licensure requirements (please see Additional Licensure Requirements.)
The Psychology of Adolescence
Introduction to Secondary Education
UPPER DIVISION EDUCATION ELECTIVE
Literature of Adolescents
Managing School Environments
Teaching Strategies: Secondary
Teaching in the Area of Specialization
Student Teaching Secondary
*Passing scores for the Praxis Secondary Education test or have met subject-credit eligibility requirements per Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) Guidelines respective to the student’s selected licensure track (English Language Arts, Mathematics, General Science, or Social Studies).
Note: Student teaching must start within two terms of the completion of ED 423.