Business and Marketing Education
Undergraduate - Business Education
A student who completes the business education major at Bowling Green State University receives a Bachelor of Science in Education degree and is eligible for an Integrated Business teaching license in grades 4 and beyond, providing that he or she has a 2.5 accumulative grade point average and has successfully completed the required state assessments, a background check, and any other state requirements. The business education degree program is designed to be completed in 4 years.
Upon completion of the baccalaureate degree, students in business education are expected to:
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding necessary to perform successfully in the following four teacher performance domains: organizing content knowledge for student learning, creating an environment for student learning, teaching for student learning and teacher professionalism;
- Describe trends and issues in workforce education including career-technical education, tech prep, career academies/majors/pathways, high schools that work and other national school reform initiatives;
- Demonstrate an understanding of the content areas for which they will be licensed to teach including such subjects as: accounting, basic business, business law, business economics, computer information technology and systems, management, office procedures and software applications in business.
The business education program requires approximately 60 semester hours of business content course credit, 50-54 hours of professional education course credit, 6-8 hours of college requirement credit, and 30-37 hours of university general education requirement credit.
Bowling Green State University
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Bowling Green, OH 43403-0247