Passing scores on the communication and literacy MTEL (reading and writing subtest) and history subject MTEL.
Undergraduate or graduate course in adolescent psychology.
At least the equivalent of a minor in history (15-18 undergraduate credit hours).
Demonstrated competency in the following areas: world history, U.S. history, world geography, economics, principles of American government and the founding documents of the United States, comparative government, and history and philosophy of science.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed once complete.