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All Social Studies Education students must meet the following
requirements by February of their junior year in
order to student teach in the Spring of your senior year. The following requirements are
common to all Social Studies Education
1. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in your major content area
2. A minimum GPA of 2.75 in all of your courses
3. Successfully complete 4 of 6 Inquiry and Analysis Portfolio entries
Applications are due in February of your junior year. Student teaching takes place in the spring of your senior year.
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While all students in our program will be certified
to teach Secondary Social Studies upon successful completion of the
program as well as state accreditation, there are several avenues each
student may take to reach this goal. Please be sure to utilize the
program checklist throughout your years at the University of Delaware to
ensure that you complete all the requirements and graduate on time.
Should you have any questions regarding your program requirements, please contact your advisor to schedule an appointment.