The Integrated Social Studies major is a 54-hour interdisciplinary teaching major comprised of a 36-hour core and an 18-hour concentration area. It prepares students to teach in Ohio Secondary Schools in the fields of history, government, and sociology.
Students must choose one of the following three 18-hour concentrations:
Any 3 non-western (nw) and any 3 western (w) upper-level history courses.
Political Science Concentration:
Any 3 American and any 3 international upper-level political science courses.
Any 6 upper-level sociology courses.
Students pursuing the Integrated Social Studies major must maintain a minimum 2.75 major and cumulative GPA to progress through the teacher licensure program. To register for education courses at the 300 level or above, acceptance into Teacher Education is required. See details of the assessment requirements and criteria for teacher licensure programs in the School of Education and Human Development.