Jan 20, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

Graduate Pathway - Teaching


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Graduate Pathway Options

John Brown University undergraduate students may begin work on a graduate degree after reaching junior status (60 completed hours) by declaring a Graduate Pathway. Once students declare a Graduate Pathway, their academic plan will reflect the courses required, and they will be assigned a graduate advisor in addition to their undergraduate advisor. Additional information can be viewed under Academic Policies-Graduate Pathway.

A graduate pathway in teaching provides students with 13 credit hours of graduate course work, which may be applied toward the JBU M.A. in Teaching degree program at the completion of their undergraduate degree. However, a maximum of 12 credit hours of graduate course work is allowed to count toward both their undergraduate and graduate degree.

For the teaching pathway option, a minimum grade of ‘C/2.0’ or better is required in each course.

Required Courses - 13 hours


  • ED 7233 Human Development
  • ED 7353 Human Intellect & the Brain
  • ED 8423 Pedagogy: Classroom Instruction
  • ED 8443 Pedagogy: Management and Assessment
  • ED 8711 Practicum I

Note: A maximum of 12 credit hours of graduate course work is allowed to count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree. 

For additional course information, please refer to the 2021 Graduate catalog.

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