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B.A. in Secondary English Education

B.A. in Secondary English Education

University of Kentucky

University of Kentucky, Lexington, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
This B.A. includes completion of an approved plan in the academic specialty teaching of English. No teacher certification is awarded with the B.A. The English education program prepares its pre-service teachers with such a model so that their students will succeed as effective language learners and users, equipped with the skills they need to become critically literate citizens, workers, members of society, and lifelong learners. Careers Grow Your Future Majors in English Education complete coursework strategically selected to support their successful work in teaching literature, reading, writing, rhetoric, linguistics, English as a Second Language, special needs instruction, educational technology, and more. These studies prepare our graduates to be contemporary experts: professionals who constantly and continuously learn and grow so that they are successful teachers who know how to teach English “of and with the times.” Our students learn both traditional practices and state-of-the-art methods and approaches to teaching high school English, and use their knowledge in balanced ways to prepare all students they work with for success in and after high school. Career opportunities in English Education Teaching Literature Reading, Writing, & Rhetoric Linguistics Teaching English as a Second Language Special Needs Instruction Educational Technology "Nothing is more rewarding than being able to make a positive impact on someone's life, leading me to the career path of a high school English teacher through the College of Education." - Alexandria (2018, Secondary English Education) What You'll Study The English Education program prepares its pre-service teachers with such a model so that their students will succeed as effective language learners and users, equipped with the skills they need to become critically literate citizens, workers, members of society, and lifelong learners.