Tune in to watch Jason Nelson (BS JCOM Public Relations & Corporate Communication) discussing interviewing skills.
Historians look to the past, and history teachers tell it to the future. With classes in up-to-date teaching methodologies and pedegogies and steps to gain licensure through USU's Secondary Teacher Education Program (STEP), this track provides students with a path to begin teaching history classes right after graduation.
Through STEP, students can gain licensure to teach classes in grades 6-12 right after graduation.
Students majoring in history teaching and applying to the STEP program must go through an application process, which includes the following:
- Complete History Teaching Major plus the required STEP courses with a minimum GPA of 3.0
- Complete a speech and hearing test
- Pass the Teacher Education Writing Exam
- Provide an unofficial copy of your transcript
- Pass a criminal background check (this should be done one semester before submitting the application)
- History (Undergrad)
- Ancient Languages and Cultures (Grad Program) External Program Page
- History Graduate Program
Scholarships & Financial Aid
- Utah State University offers many options for financial aid, including university level scholarships and aid available to specific colleges and majors.