Oregon TSPC provides several ways for teachers holding a preliminary teaching license to add additional single subject endorsements. The CTED program can support these educators with the demonstration of both content knowledge (passing score on the Commission-approved subject mastery test or completing Commission-approved coursework) and pedagogical knowledge (Commission-approved subject-specific pedagogy course). Educators who hold a professional teaching license should reach out to email@example.com to better understand what options are available to them.
Applicants applying as part of a MS degree program will be required to provide a passing score on the appropriate content NES/ORELA exam.
Applicants applying to take a methods pedagogy course will need faculty approval and current student status.
Faculty approval requests can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-degree seeking students are required to obtain admission either as a Graduate School post-baccalaureate applicant, Community Education Program application, or through the CTED Stand-Alone Endorsement application.
Single-Subjects Endorsement Coursework Requirements — Total Credits: 4
- Oregon Preliminary or Professional Teaching License
|Fall methods course options
|Winter methods course options
|Math (Advanced or Foundational)
|EDST 621 Concepts
|EDST 622 Problem-Solving Curriculum
|Science (Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
|EDST 623 Concepts
|EDST 624 Problem-Solving Curriculum
|English Language Arts
|EDST 631 Literature for Young People
|EDST 632 Engaging Students in Writing
|EDST 635 Concepts
|EDST 636 Inquiry and Analysis
|World Languages (French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish)
|LT 536 Second Language Teaching Plan
|EDST 634 Conversation and Composition
Completion Requirements and Content Testing
- Complete required course
- Passing NES/ORELA Subject Area Test
- Complete an Oregon TSPC e-licensure application