So I am almost done with my B.S in Criminal Justice with Double Major in Sociology, and several schools around here are hiring Criminal Justice instructors for high school for next school year (would be perfect timing, since i am about to start my alternative educator prep program). I was wondering, what would be considered a content test for that? The job description says they want you to have a degree in Criminal Justice or Sociology (Which I will have), and that you need one of several certificates (probationary, etc...) If it helps, I'm in Texas and they require 2 tests minimum for your certificate. A PPR (Pedagogical Professional Responsibilities Test) and a "content test". There is no specific Criminal Justice, here are the options... http://cms.texes-ets.org/files/7514...rtification_program_tests_offered_2015_16.pdf I guess it would fall under Social Studies 7-12?