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History/ Government and Social Studies Education
School of Education
HISTORY/GOVERNMENT and SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION prepares you to empower citizens to become change-agents in our dynamic, democratic society.
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about the program
“There’s something different about MNU teachers,” is something we hear a lot about our graduates. We think it’s equal parts preparation and quality students! At MNU academic excellence and living out Christ’s calling for your life come together as you prepare to serve others through teaching.
YOU WILL LEARN

Course topics include:

  • U.S. history
  • world civilization
  • politics
  • economics
  • sociology
  • world geography
  • applying gaming in the classroom
  • instructional technology
  • curriculum development

You’ll learn innovative techniques and the latest technology to prepare you to teach and motivate learners in your own classroom.

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

While you’re here, you can join the Educators Rising organization, for great networking opportunities as well as training and preparation for the job search. And based on your academic achievements, you can also participate in our chapters of the Gamma Chi and Pi Lambda Theta honor societies.

YOU ARE PREPARED

As a graduate, you will complete all Kansas requirements for teacher certification. Our faculty will also help you find out how to become certified in other states.

Application to the teacher education program is a separate and additional admission process from applying to MNU.

Potential Careers
  • School Teacher
  • Children’s Ministry
  • Corporate Trainer
  • Textbook & Technology Sales
  • Curriculum designer
  • Life Coach
History/ Government and Social Studies Education
Sample Schedule
Career Earnings

All career earnings data displayed on this page was gathered from Glassdoor, a worldwide leader on insights about jobs and companies. This information is intended to provide a reference only. MidAmerica Nazarene University can not guarantee, nor are they responsible for, data accuracy as it is being collected from a third party.

$51,200
average annual
$2,201,600
career average
$46k
School Teacher
 
$48k
Children’s Ministry
 
$45k
Life Coach
 
$68k
Curriculum designer
 
$49k
Textbook & Technology Sales

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Wired Wednesday

Developed specifically for Traditional Undergraduate Students, MNU launched a new schedule in 2020. Semester-long courses are now held on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday for 75 minutes each.

Business Administration continues to be a highly sought out degree by students and employers alike. It provides an excellent and thorough foundation in skills necessary for success in today’s business world. These degrees will also prepare students for graduate study in management, law or other business specialties.
Yorton Clark
Dean, School of Professional and Graduate Studies Chair, Professional and Graduate Studies in Business Professor
The MNU Teacher Education program stands out with exceptional teaching of skills in technology that transform classroom lessons, opportunities to practice teaching in several different demographics with many practicum experiences, an active educator's honor society, a teacher's club for added professional development, our own teacher career fair and an international student teaching option.
JO LAMAR
Professor of Teacher Education

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As an MNU student, you’ll encounter not only academic growth and career preparation but you’ll also transform through spiritual growth and time spent in service and mission. We think that’s a
recipe for success in today’s global world.

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