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Wiz Said,
May 5th, 2011 @2:40 am  

Since an education major is composed mainly of garbage courses without any substance or meaning, you should be OK.

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itgirl Said,
May 5th, 2011 @3:22 am  

When you start college, talk to your advisor. To get this done; you will have to follow a plan. There will be no room for classes that don’t apply to your requirements.

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Kate Said,
May 5th, 2011 @4:02 am  

Do you want to graduate in four years? A double major and a double minor will probably make that impossible. Many schools will not let you take more than 18 credits a semester and the most anyone can take in a summer is 16 credits (two classes a session). I did 16 credits in a summer and I wouldn’t recommend it, you spend ALL your time reading or in class (its much harder than 18 credits in a semester).

You need to sit down and make a list of your general ed/core requirements and the requirements for each major and minor. Add everything up and see where you stand. The minors you are suggesting won’t do much (if anything) for your job prospects so I would not stay for a 5th or 6th year unless your parents are willing to totally food the bill.

Also make sure you actually need a secondary ed major. In many states, a certificate or minor in secondary ed (with an internship) is all you need. I live in NY and I don’t know one teacher will a BA or MS in secondary ed. Everyone I know either has degrees in childhood ed or a degree in their subject with a certificate in secondary ed.

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