Secondary Teacher Certification
Students take a combination of graduate and undergraduate courses to fulfill academic requirements. Completion of the program requires a 16-week semester of supervised student teaching and the successful completion of all required Praxis examinations.
If you wish to pursue a Master of Science degree in either Instructional Leadership or Business Education at RMU concurrently with the Secondary Teacher Certification Preparation program, you must apply for admission to the master's degree program of choice and follow all graduate admission requirements and procedures. You also should notify the Graduate Admissions Office of your intention to pursue the two programs concurrently.
Teaching is a highly respected profession which provides a regular daily and weekly work schedule, time off each year, excellent benefits, job security and opportunities to continue your education. The salary range for teachers in the U.S. is $30,000 to $80,000 per year with an average salary of $44,367 per year.
Admission to Teacher Certification Candidacy
In addition to these items, you will be evaluated to determine if you have fulfilled the state's academic course requirements, which include successful completion of:
You must meet the above outlined admission criteria prior to being officially admitted to the teacher certification candidacy and student teaching portions of the program.
Business, Computer and Information Technology:
E. Gregory Holdan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Coordinator, Mathematics Education
Associate Professor of Education
John Jay 309
Maria V. Kalevitch, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Engineering, Mathematics & Science
School of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
University Professor of Biology
John Jay 206
Donna L. Cellante, Ed.D.
Professor of Computer and Information Systems
Computer and Information Systems
Wheatley Center 311
John Lawson, Ph.D.
Coordinator, English & Communications Education
Associate Professor of English Studies
Wheatley Center 319
Kathryn Dennick-Brecht, Ed.D.
Department Head, Social Sciences & Professor of Sociology
Professor of Education
Nicholson Center 451