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This program in teaching History is designed to provide graduate-level credentials to allow high school teachers to teach college-level history courses through College Credit Plus (CCP) in their high schools. In addition, teachers completing this program will meet the Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) standards for eligibility to teach courses in Ohio public community colleges and universities. Credential/certificate courses will also count toward teachers’ licensure renewal.
Secondary history teachers who wish to pursue the teaching credential/certificate must complete the following steps:
- Apply through Wright State's Graduate School. The options for applying to the CCP certificate and credential programs are in the online application.
- Submit proof of current Ohio AYA License in Integrated Social Sciences.
- Submit an official transcript showing the award of a Master’s degree in any field, unless from Wright State.
- Submit a statement of goals to be sought in the program, three letters of recommendation, and a writing sample.
The application form must be completed with all the required documents attached. The form when completed must be signed and dated. All application materials become the property of the Graduate School and cannot be returned.
Send application materials to:
344 Student Union
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Students must complete the following program of courses (three credit hours each) for a total of 18 semester credit hours:
- Three courses from the 7000 level: History 7000–7460
- Three courses from the 6000 level: History 6000–6870; one of the three can be LA 6100, once developed.
- Two 6000 level courses will be offered in Summer, on campus.
- Some 7000 and 6000 level courses are generally offered each semester in the required series.
- Some may be offered online. LA 6100 will be offered in an online/hybrid format during the course of the year.