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    Jul 23, 2024  
Missouri Baptist University 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
Missouri Baptist University 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Marketing Education, BPS


CIP Code: 13.1310

This is a program of study leading to certification to teach marketing education at the high school level. Candidates must pursue a combined certification program with Business Education and Secondary Education. Courses indicated with an asterisk (*) below are also required for Business Education. In addition, one of the MRKT courses without an asterisk may be applied as the elective required for Business Education, so students only need an additional 15 credit hours for the combined Business Education and Marketing Education programs.

Undergraduate candidates seeking to teach at the secondary level (grades 9-12) must have a primary major in Business Education. A program combining middle and secondary Business Education is also available for those interested in certification in grades 5-12.  Candidates may also opt for a combined certification program in Business Education and Marketing Education (grades 9-12).

Applicable degrees: Bachelor of Science preferred (Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Professional Studies options available)

Students must meet all requirements for certification before this degree will be conferred, including passing the following: 1) passing score on MoGEA for admission to the Teacher Education Program; 2) passing score on Missouri Content Assessments (017) Business and (022) Marketing for certification and graduation; 3) passing composite score on the MEES summative evaluation for certification and graduation; 4) passing Professional Development Folio for graduation.

General Education Requirements (Education)   

Bachelor of Professional Studies (Education)    

Programs within the School of Teacher Education are subject to change as DESE alters their requirements. Students must regularly meet with their advisor to remain on track for graduation and to meet certification requirements.

Marketing Education Major Requirements


Marketing Electives


Four (4) courses from the following:

Total: 36 Hours


Courses Required in Secondary Education


Professional Requirements


Total: 35 Hours


Students who transfer in a course for EDRD 423/523  which does not include an equivalent field experience must complete EDCL 420/520  

Instructional Strategies and Techniques in Content Specialty Area


Total: 3 Hours


Field and Clinical Experiences


Total: 14 Hours


*Candidates pursuing secondary/middle combined certification must complete EDCL 411/511  in a middle school setting.
1See the catalog section on Senior Permission  for information on earning graduate credit for this course.

Total: 88 Hours


Note(s)


  • At least six hours of major and three hours of minor must be earned at Missouri Baptist University.
  • A grade of C or better (CR for zero credit classes) is required in courses taken to fulfill the requirements for a major or minor
    • ​Courses listed within this major are considered program requirements by DESE; therefore, students must receive a grade of C or better (B or better for Gateway courses).
    • The GPA for this program must be at least 3.000 and will include courses listed in the major.
  • If a substitution has been made, documentation of the signed approval and course number and title must be sent to the Records Office. Please include the date of the submission.
  • At least 24 of the last 32 hours must be taken at Missouri Baptist University to meet residency requirements.
  • Major GPA 3.000 or better.
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 on a 4.00 scale is required for degree conferral. Program GPA must be 3.000 or better for degree conferral and certification. Students must meet all requirements for certification before this degree will be conferred.
  • At least 42 total hours of Upper Division (54 for dual degree).
  • At least 120 total credit hours (144 for dual degree).

* Available for graduate credit through Senior Permission.
^ Teacher Education Program Gateway course - requires a grade of B or better (may be repeated once)
† Requires enrollment in EDAS WM7 Watermark 7-Year License as co-requisite/pre-requisite.

Students need to make an appointment with their assigned School of Teacher Education advisor (see myMBU Access) or the Director of Teacher Education Certification Advising during the first semester of their junior year for a graduation check.