He hey! Not only was I a teacher, but I went through the same program you would go through. Here is my two cents on the subject.:
UNR's education department is shit. It gets you where you need to be, but do not make it your major. I technically majored in English and minored in Education. You'll have to take a few classes more than the "required" credits to make it a minor in order to get your license.
The secondary program forces you to complete your student teaching the semester after you graduate, which is actually really nice because you're not allowed to consume your time with other classes. I had an absolute shit student teaching experience and it nearly derailed my entire desire to become a teacher. You have to take it with a grain of salt and learn as much as you can.
I can talk for days and days and days about this stuff, but not everyone on here cares, so if you want to know more or have questions, just PM me dude.
Also, if you're going to ask, "Why aren't you teaching anymore?" there are several factors. I stopped because I was disappointed with the small amount of actual teaching I could do. The majority of your job is classroom management and very few professors actually prepare you for that fact. I moved to Colorado and am in process of transferring my license so that I can begin teaching again.