Best fit for:
• First-time college students or transfers
• Students 18-22
• Residential students at our main campus
Who will my professors be?
Our Undergraduate Admissions team can help!
Teaching history to the next generation.
The Bachelor of Arts in History Education is a secondary education program addressing the continuing shortage of highly qualified teachers in Georgia.
Students anticipating a career teaching history in grades 6 – 12 may pursue either a) the program beginning in the freshman year leading toward certification at the T-4 (bachelor's) level or b) the Dual-Degree program leading toward certification at the T-5 (master's) level. Students may enter the T-4 program up to the first semester of the junior year. After that, the dual-degree program is the only option.
What classes will I take?
EDUC 1199. Introduction to Education
EDUC 3355. Exceptional Children
EDUC 4497. Classroom Management
EDSE 3301. Secondary Methods
EDSE 3334. Social Science Methods 6-12
ENGL 4440. Reading and Writing in the Content Fields
PSYC 3311. Psychology of Adolescence
EDSE 4400. Facilitating Learning and Assessment I
EDSE 4401. Facilitating Learning and Assessment II
EDSE 4498. Apprentice Teaching I
EDSE 4499. Apprentice teaching I
HIST 1111. World History to the Mid-17th Century
HIST 1112. World History Since the Mid-17th Century
EDUC 3333. Geography for Teachers
EDUC 3306. Economics for Teachers
HIST 2212. U.S. History Since 1912
HIST 2280. Introduction to Historiography
HIST 3301. U.S. History to 1836
HIST 3302. U.S. History 1836-1912
HIST 3330. History of Georgia
HIST Electives (which address state (GPS) and NCSS Standards pertaining to non-Western and non-european courses)
POST 3315. Georgia Politics
POST 3340. Political Ideologies
POST 3350. Governmental Institutions