The multi-faceted History with Teacher Licensure in Social Science degree program (History-TL) provides training in the many areas of social studies, including economics, geography, history, political science, psychology and sociology-anthropology, and all students graduate ready to be licensed to teach ALL social science subjects in Illinois’s public high schools. All History-TL majors are advised within the History Department by the undergraduate advisor, Prof. Brian Mann (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students should also remain in close contact with the History with Teacher Licensure in Social Science Coordinator Prof. Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz (email@example.com).
Below are major checksheets, four-year plans, a program completion checklist, and a handbook created for History-TL majors to give you all the information that you need. In addition to checksheets, the handbook includes information about the content test, education course sequencing, how to find a job, etc.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The History with Teacher Licensure major was revised in Fall 2016 and again in Fall 2019, so make sure to check your catalog year as you choose a checksheet below.
You will get the most out of advising if you carefully review all the degree information on this website. Before you meet with Prof. Mann for advising you should review your degree checksheet and your own personal degree audit. You can run a degree audit in PAWS. Log into PAWS and then click on STUDENT and RECORDS. Then, click DEGREE AUDIT REPORTING SYSTEM. Click RUN AUDIT on the right side of the screen, and then click on the link VIEW AUDIT. You should then see a blue clickable link with your major and option listed. All of this information is also be located in the advising guides he sends out each semester before registration begins.
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