Courses

Courses

Education Course Requirements (32 Credits Required)

  • C I 280 (GH)  INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING ENGLISH TO ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS  (3). 
  • EDUC 313 FIELD OBSERVATION/PARTICIPATION (2)
  • EDUC 314 LEARNING THEORY AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES (3). (EDUC 313 and 314 must be taken concurrently.)
  • EDUC 315W SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS IN EDUCATION (3). (Certification students must enroll in the section reserved for prospective secondary teachers.)
  • EDUC 415 TEACHING SECONDARY SOCIAL STUDIES (3). (Offered during fall term only)
  • EDUC 458 BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS (3). Prereqisite: admission to Teacher Education program.
  • EDUC 459 STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS (3). Prereqisite: admission to Teacher Certification program or Approval of program.
  • EDUC 490 STUDENT TEACHING (12). (EDUC 490 and EDUC 435 must be taken concurrently.)

Social Studies Course Requirements

Prescribed Courses (18 Credits)

  • ECON 002 INTRODUCTORY MICROECONOMIC ANALYSIS (3) or ECON 004 INTRODUCTORY MACROECONOMICS ANALYSIS (3)
  • HIST 001 THE WESTERN HERITAGE I (3)
  • HIST 020 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION TO 1877 (3)
  • HIST 021 AMERICAN CIVILIZATION SINCE 1877 (3)
  • PSY 002 Psychology (3)
  • SOC 001 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY (3)

Breadth Courses-30 Credits Required

History (3 credits)

  • HIS 320 CONTEMPORARY WORLD HISTORY AND ISSUES (3)

Geography (6 credits)

  • GEOG 040 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (3)
  • GEOG 128 GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (3)

Government (3 credits)

  • PL SC 001 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT (3)

Supporting Courses - 15 Credits Required

  • 3 credits of Sociology
  • 3 credits of American Studies (from approved department list) or African and African American Studies or History or Minority Studies
  • 3 credits of Anthropology (from approved department list)
  • 3 credits of Psychology (from approved department list)
  • 3 credits of Political Sciences

For a list of courses, visit the University Bulletin.