Assessment of the Exceptional
Child in Human Performance
Adaptive Human Performance
Theories of Human Performance
for the Elementary School
Measurement and Evaluation for
Foundations of Sport and
Senior Capstone Experience
Professional Requirements for Secondary or K-12 Teacher Certification
The professional requirements for secondary or K-12 teacher certification students consist of courses in the Teacher Education
programs, appropriate methods courses in the major and minor areas, and student teaching. Students are required to take the
methods course(s) prescribed for their minor(s), when different from those required for the major.
Professional Education required courses (26 credits required):
Teacher certification requirements, including student teaching/internship, are also in place for this major. Please consult with your
advisor regarding the additional teacher certification requirements you must complete.
Teaching Experience required courses (12 credits required in one of the following):
Course Course Title
Planned to Take
Student Teaching in the
Student Teaching in Special Areas-
Early Childhood-Adolescence (4-18)
Internship in Middle/Secondary
Internship in Special Areas
Note: It is recommended that T ED 339 be taken in the junior or senior year. Because special methods courses may not be offered
every year, it may be necessary to take the methods course before TED 339 is taken. The student should consult with his or her
advisor to determine whether this is permitted. Before the student is allowed to take the special methods in the majors/minors, he or
she is required to have successfully completed the admission process to the Teacher Education program.
Note: T ED 407 Required for students seeking Wisconsin EA-A certification and, strongly recommended for students seeking
Wisconsin EC-A (pre-K-post high school) certification.