Ohio Teacher Licensure
Those undergraduate students who complete the approved curriculum of the Case Western Reserve University Program in Teacher Licensure can attain Ohio teacher licensure. Case Western Reserve University awards degrees and recommendations for licensure in these programs. Undergraduate students who complete the requirements for licensure candidates specified within their content field (primary major) and a second major in Teacher Education, which comprises 35 credit hours in professional education, are eligible to apply for teacher licensure from the Ohio Department of Education.
Adolescence/Young Adult teacher licensure programs are available in integrated language arts (English major), integrated social studies (history major), integrated mathematics (mathematics major), life sciences (biology major), and physical sciences (chemistry or physics major). Multi-age licensure programs are available in French and Spanish. For information concerning specific content requirements in the respective programs, turn to departmental listings in English, History, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Modern Languages and Literatures.
Teacher licensure programs are also offered in art education and music education at the undergraduate (Bachelor of Science) and graduate (Master of Arts) levels. For further information, turn to the departmental listing for Art History and Art, and Music.
Dr. Denise Davis, Director of Teacher Education
Kathy Shafer, Department Assistant
216-368-1505, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org