Business and Marketing Education/Secondary Major or Add-on Endorsement, Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAE)
For students/teachers who currently possess a Washington State Teaching Certificate.
The Business and Marketing Education (BME) add-on satisfies the endorsement for grades 5–12.
- formal admission to the BAE program.
- completion of university competencies in writing and university proficiency in math required prior to taking lower division required courses.
- completion of university proficiency in writing required prior to taking upper division required courses.
- the above major takes more than 12 quarters at an average of 15 credits per quarter.
- in addition, career and technical education certification within business and marketing education includes a minimum of 2,000 hours of paid related work experience in business.
- a required Career and Technical Education (CTE) certification within Business and Marketing Education (BME) requires a minimum of 2,000 hours of paid related work experience in business.
- student teaching in business and marketing is required as well as the passage of the Washington Educator Skills Test Endorsement (WEST-E) State exam in business and marketing.
Grade Requirements for Graduation
- a minimum grade ≥C in each course required for the major;
- a minimum GPA ≥2.5.
|Secondary Education Core|
|30–hour multicultural education field requirement|
|EDUC 201||INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION||3|
|EDUC 303||FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT||3|
|EDUC 309||FOUNDATIONS OF SECONDARY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT||3|
|EDUC 341||SECONDARY STRATEGIES, MANAGEMENT, ASSESSMENT||3|
|EDUC 413||CONTENT AREA LITERACY: MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION CANDIDATES||3|
|EDUC 420||ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL CANDIDACY||1|
|EDUC 426||SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING 7-12||12|
|EDUC 427||GENERAL STUDENT TEACHING K-12||3-15|
|Secondary Education students must complete the required Secondary Education Core and the following courses.|
|Required Business and Marketing Education Courses|
|ACCT 251||PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||5|
|ACCT 261||BUSINESS LAW||4|
|ACCT 351||INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I||4|
|BUED 302||BUSINESS COMMUNICATION||4|
|BUED 425||WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS USING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS||5|
|BUED 470||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR TEACHERS||4|
|BUED 475||METHODOLOGIES USED IN BUSINESS, ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ENGLISH AND MARKETING||4|
|BUED 476||INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES USING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS||4|
|CTED 301||PHILOSOPHY OF CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION||4|
|CTED 474||ADMINISTRATION OF WORK-SITE EDUCATION||4|
|DSCI 245||DATA ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS||4|
|ECON 200||INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS||5|
|ECON 201||INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS||5|
|ENTP 311||ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR AND THINKING||4|
|FINC 335||FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT||4|
|HUMR 328||HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||4|
|MKTG 310||PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING||4|
All admitted students must officially Declare a Major by the time they reach 90 credits (junior standing).
Application for Graduation must be made at least two terms in advance of the term you expect to graduate (undergraduate and post-baccalaureate).
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- create and sustain safe learning environment that prepare diverse students for the workplace, advanced training, and continuing education;
- demonstrate competencies in business and marketing instructional methodologies; information technology clusters; information systems management; information processing applications; technical communications; entrepreneurship; marketing; business management; accounting; economics and finance; international business; and business law;
- demonstrate teaching competence in career development, work-site coordination, and integration of leadership development into the curriculum and management;
- integrate the state’s Common Core Competencies and 21st century skills in the program implementation and assessment and, in identify the diverse needs of students and implement programs and strategies that promote student competency and success;
- model personal and professional attributes and leadership skills that reflect productive life and work roles as well as implement and maintain collaborative partnerships with students, colleagues, community, business, industry, and families that maximize resources and promote student self- sufficiency.