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Middle School-Junior High School, BSE - Business Education Concentration

Embrace the Challenge

Teaching middle school is both challenging and rewarding. With a Business concentration in the BSE in Middle School-Junior High School degree program, your education will include both classroom instruction and “clinical” learning experiences that occur in actual middle school/junior high school classrooms. These experiences are designed to foster professional and personal growth and development. With courses in emerging technologies and business skills, you will be at the forefront of education as you teach tomorrow’s business leaders.

High Employment Rates

Middle School majors have one of the highest employment rates in teacher education among UCM graduates. The teacher education program will prepare you to be a competent, caring, reflective teacher committed to the premise that all can learn.

Student Learning Objectives

You will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the Middle School/Junior High School program to:

  • Apply knowledge when making curricular decisions, planning and implementing instruction, participating in middle level practices, and providing healthy and effective learning environments for all young adolescents.
  • Use knowledge and available resources to design, implement, and evaluate challenging, developmentally responsive curriculum that results in meaningful learning outcomes.
  • Define the developmentally responsive middle level programs and schools, and they work successfully within middle level organizational components.
  • Use and reflect on research related to data-informed instruction and assessment. Employ a variety of developmentally appropriate instructional strategies, information literacy skills, and technologies to meet the learning needs of all young adolescents.
  • Engage in practices and behaviors that develop their competence as middle level professionals. Demonstrate positive dispositions and engage in ethical professional behaviors.

Student Involvement

You will have multiple opportunities to be involved both on and off campus:

  • Student Missouri State Teachers Association
  • Collegiate Middle Level Association
  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Phi Kappa Phi
  • Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta Lambda
  • Collegiate DECA

Accreditations

 

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UCM is the longest continuously CAEP accredited public institution in Missouri

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This program has been nationally recognized by the Association of Middle Level Education (AMLE)

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The Business Education program is endorsed by the National Business Education Association

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