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Undergraduate students can pursue BA degrees in English with concentrations in creative writing, linguistics, literature, secondary education and writing, rhetorics and literacies. A bachelor's degree in English is also offered completely online.
The BA in English with a concentration in secondary education focuses on rigorous content in literature, composition, linguistics and secondary teaching pedagogy. This program provides extensive preparation for meeting the needs of all student populations, including attention to levels of academic performance and cultural and linguistic diversity. Students finish the program with Arizona Department of Education certification for middle and high school English language arts. Both a fingerprint clearance and a background check are required in the second year of the program.
English (Secondary Education) (BA)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of
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Students graduating with a bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in secondary education will have tremendous opportunities for employment. With more than one million students in a state ranked seventh in the nation in population growth, the need for certified teachers in Arizona is self-evident. Arizona State University provides more of those teachers than any other institution of higher education. In the last 15 years, ASU graduates have had their pick of teaching jobs around the valley and around the state. After student teaching in school districts in the greater Phoenix area or in one of the 22 Native American nations in the state, students are often hired to teach in the same school in which they completed their internship. New teachers will continue to be in demand because the predicted rate of population growth in Arizona is still strong and the retirement rate of teachers is increasing.