Applicants for enrolment in the graduate-entry degree in secondary education must hold a bachelor degree that satisfies the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) requirements for accreditation. The MTeach (Secondary) requires candidates to specialise in one or two teaching areas, depending on what they wish to teach. Applicants wishing to teach science, maths or languages are permitted to study these as "double method" areas, which means candidates do not need to qualify in a second teaching area. All available curriculum areas, including the three that have double-method options, are offered as "single method" qualifications. In every instance where an applicants choose to study two "single method" curriculum areas, their undergraduate studies in at least one of these must meet the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) prerequisites as a core teaching specialisation (1st Teaching Method). The second of the two "single method" curriculum areas may then be undertaken as a lesser specialisation (2nd Teaching Method), which may only need to have been studied as a 'minor' in the candidate's undergraduate degree. Some areas such as 'Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages' and 'Classical Hebrew and Judaism' can only be studied as a 2nd Teaching Method.