Multi-Age Education

Music, Health, and Physical Education candidates are not considered Education Majors, just licensure candidates. They are either a music, or a health and/or physical education major. The goal of the Multi-Age track is to prepare Music and Health and Physical Education teachers for Pre-K through grade 12.

Music License

  • EDU 229 - Principles of Teaching: Mulit-Age
  • EDU 347 - Reading to Learn in the Content Area: Multi-Age
  • EDU 400 - Curriculum/Organization of Schools
  • EIS 379 - Prescriptive Assessment and Diagnosis
  • MUS 363 - Music Education in Early Childhood and Elementary School
  • MUS 373 - Choral Music Education in Secondary Curriculum
  • MUS 374 - Instrumental Music Education in Secondary Curriculum
  • MUS 375 (Instrumental, Piano or Organ, String) or 415 (voice or piano).

(See required Education Licensure Core Courses and the Music Major section for Bachelor of Music Education Concentration Requirements.)

Health and Physical Education License

  • HHP 250 - Health, Safety and Nutrition: Early Childhood
  • HHP 314 - Administration of School Health Programs
  • HHP 318 - Methods in Elementary Physical Education
  • HHP 322 - Methods in Secondary Physical Education
  • HHP 339 - Teaching of Dance and Gymnastics
  • HHP 343 - Methods of Teaching Health
  • 4 courses from the following: Teaching of Dance and Gymnastics, Teaching of Soccer, Teaching of Volleyball, Teaching of Softball, Teaching of Tennis, Teaching of Swimming
  • EDU 110 - Vital Connections
  • EDU 115 - Educational Technology
  • EDU 200 - Growth and Development
  • EDU 220 - Principles of Teaching
  • EDU 229 - Principles of Teaching: Multi-Age
  • EIS 265 - Diversity in Today's School
  • EIS 266 - Education Camp Clinical Experience