Program Type
Have Questions?

Teaching Adolescents to Young Adults Program Overview

Learn How to Teach

Do you see yourself teaching English, history, math or science in a 7th to 12th grade classroom? If the answer is “Yes,” then you should consider pursuing this degree and an Adolescent to Young Adult license.

The AYA/Secondary Program at Ashland University will give you an extensive education in your chosen content area. You'll learn how to plan lessons, manage a class and work as a highly trained professional in the classroom.

Educational licensure workshop speaker

Do What You Love

Based on your area of passion, choose from the following areas of specialization in the AYA program:

teacher in high school classroom

Can You Give Me a Glimpse of My Future?

As a high school teacher, you'll have the opportunity to inspire and empower students during a crucial stage of their academic and personal development. Your future in high school education will involve fostering critical thinking skills, nurturing a love for learning and preparing students for success in their academic pursuits and beyond.

Contact Information

Stephen Denney
Stephen Denney, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Teacher Education
Associate Professor of Education
123 Dwight Schar College of Education