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Adolescent to Young Adult Education

You can earn a master’s degree or seek licensure in integrated language arts, integrated mathematics, integrated social studies, or the sciences in Wright State’s adolescent to young adult education program. You can earn licensure to teach a single subject in grades 7–12 or continue your coursework to earn your M.Ed. degree. The graduate program is designed for three semesters of full-time study and internship, requiring a Monday-through-Friday commitment.

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Adolescent to Young Adult Education Graduate Licensure