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EDU 395 - Clinical Experience. 1 Credit.

(R-4) Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., admission to the Teacher Education Program. Arranged field experience and seminar focusing on applying content from the co-requisite courses. This course number is used for multiple clinical experiences. Check the class schedule or with your advisor regarding the appropriate section.

Secondary Licensure

Students preparing to teach at the middle or high school levels (license for grades 5-12) will declare a major in the subject area(s) they wish to teach, e.g., English, mathematics, or any other of the state-approved major content endorsement areas listed previously. They are advised within their major department(s) and, upon admission to the Teacher Education Program, they also are advised within the Department of Teaching and Learning regarding the requirements necessary to earn secondary licensure. All secondary licensure students seek admission to the Teacher Education Program, usually at the end of the sophomore year, and complete course work required for licensure in Curriculum and Instruction and in their major content area(s). Applicants for Montana teaching licensure must: satisfy all degree and licensure requirements as outlined below; and be at least 18 years of age. Information about the Teacher Education Program is available in the department office or on our website at: