Cannon-Clary College of Education

Middle Level Education

The Middle Level Education programs at Harding University prepares candidates to teach at the middle level with an emphasis in teaching English, Language Arts, Social Science, Math, and Science.

General Information
All Middle Level Education majors must meet the requirements for Admission to the Teacher Education Program, Admission to the Supervised Teaching Semester, and the criteria below:

  • At least 45 upper-level hours and 128 total hours are required for graduation.
  • At least eight hours of textual Bible classes including BNEW 111 and 113 and BOLD 203 and 207 are also required.
  • English course sequence of 113, 201 or 202, and 211 is required.
  • EDFD 311 must be taken at Harding University.
  • Students should take EDFD 202 and 203 during their freshman year but no later than the junior year.
  • Students should apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program as soon as they complete EDFD 202 and 203.

Students should reserve either the fall or spring semester of the senior year for the block of courses accompanying student teaching.

Programs for Middle Level Education

Middle Level English/Language Arts/Math (4-8) Curriculum

Middle Level English/Language Arts/Science (4-8) Curriculum

Middle Level English/Language Arts/Social Science (4-8) Curriculum

Middle Level Science/Social Science (4-8) Curriculum

Middle Level Math/Science (4-8) Curriculum

Middle Level Social Science/Math (4-8) Curriculum

Contact Us

College of Education

Teacher Preparation Office


Fax: 501-279-4051

Mailing Address:
Harding University
College of Education
Box 12254
Searcy, AR 72149-5615