Master of Education in Secondary Education / Humanities (Licensure)
Grand Canyon University

Program Details

This online MEd in Secondary Education focuses on teaching the arts, social studies and language arts in middle school and high school.  This degree can also lead to licensure in Nevada for teachers seeking the Alternative Route to Licensure (ARL). GCU's graduate programs in secondary education are designed with the adolescent learner at their core. You’ll enhance your communication skills and critical thinking to effectively teach humanities content to this specific age group.  Strategies for classroom engagement and management are also taught.  Curriculum involves these classes, among others:

  • Adolescent Development & Psychology
  • Integrating Humanities Methods for Middle & High School Instruction
  • Creating & Managing Engaging Learning Environments

To further prepare you to lead your own high school or middle school humanities classroom, there is a student teaching component within this program.  A Christian worldview is emphasized at Grand Canyon, alongside professional ethics.

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Requirements

This program requires practicum/field experience hours.

  • Accredited bachelor’s degree from a GCU-approved institution
  • A 2.8 GPA or higher

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission

https://www.gcu.edu/academics/academic-policies.php

Geographic Restrictions

This program is not authorized for residents of: Kentucky or Rhode Island.