Find Your Major

The major in Secondary Education is designed for those students who plan to teach at the secondary level (Grades 9-12). Students majoring in Secondary Education must double major in one of three different content tracks: English/Language Arts, Mathematics and Social Science with a designation in History. Additional endorsements may be earned. Students should speak with their Education advisor for more information on the benefits and requirements of adding additional endorsements.

 

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Career Opportunities for Secondary Education Majors
Teaching
Prinicipal/VicePrincipal
Textbook Author
Standardized Test Developer
Education Consultant
Curriculum Design
After School Program Director
School Psychologist
Corporate Trainer
Education Policy and Research
Consider a Secondary Education major if you have the following characteristics:
Adaptable
Collaborator
Good Communicator
Integrity
Interpersonal Skills
Organized
Patient

Staff Contacts

Dr. Duce McCune

Secondary Education Program Contact

dmccune@eureka.edu (309) 467-6391

Burklund 203
300 East College Ave.
Eureka, IL 61530

99%

Eureka College graduates are employed or in graduate programs within six months of graduation.

4%

The secondary education field is expected to grow an estimated 4% through 2029.

$62K

The national median earnings for secondary education graduates is $62,000.