Can I be certified to teach the humanities in high school with degree in religious studies?

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I have a dilemma . I really think I want to teach in high school - more specifically the humanities (history , sociology , psychology , anthropology , religious studies , philosophy , etc. . ) But it seems that my school requires that important if you want to teach history humanities . But I 'm not interested in specializing only in history. Is there a way I can major in a major MedlinePlus all-encompassing , as religious studies , sociology and anthropology , and still be able to get certified to teach ? MedlinePlus I apologize for the long question and I hope that makes sense . I'm just confused as to why I have to major in history ( and not another human subject ) if I want to be able to teach a wide variety of topics in the humanities in high school . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I guess what I 'm asking is how much leeway I can leave my school and how much of this is specifically required by the state ? My university is very supportive of " creating their own commander ," but for secondary education , I wonder how much of them are intended for state certification requirements .
Answer1schoolfreakAnswered at 2012-10-20 20:08:53
I had a professor of earth sciences at school who earned his doctorate in theology ( religious studies ) . MedlinePlus Maybe you should check on the school you want to work the extent necessary, in addition to teaching credential , or perhaps ask in different school districts.
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