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The Undergraduate program in ADED (B.S.E. degree) is fully accredited to provide teacher licensure in eight major academic areas: Earth Science, Integrated Language Arts, Integrated Mathematics, Integrated Science, Integrated Social Studies, Life Sciences, Life Science/Chemistry, and Physical Science.

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Related programs

MAT program

The Master of Arts in Teaching degree (MAT) provides initial certification/licensure to persons who already have a bachelor's degree in a certifiable subject area.
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ALPDI program

The Alternative Licensure Professional Development Institute (ALPDI) at Kent State serves new teachers who completed the Ohio Department of Education requirements for an Alternative Resident Educator License. These teachers have four years to complete 15-18 credit hours, depending on their area of licensure, from a state-approved professional development institute. Applicants to ALPDI must have successfully completed the Intensive Pedagogical Training Institute (IPTI) or an Alternative Resident Educator Institute (AREI) and have been issued an Alternative Resident Educators License.
Contact the ALPDI program coordinator

Curriculum & Instruction program

The Graduate program in Curriculum & Instruction offers a master's degree (M.Ed.) with concentrations in Mathematics Education, English Language Arts Education, Science Education, Social Studies Education, and Secondary Education through which teachers may expand their pedagogical base, increase their instructional skills, and further develop their expertise in their subject area. An Ed.S. and a Ph.D. degree program are also offered through the C&I Program. Depending on your interests, these advanced degrees may be for you.
Contact the Curriculum & Instruction program coordinator