B.A. in History and Education with Endorsements in P-3 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities
|Major Requirements/History (39 credits)|
|HS-101||Western Civilization in World Perspective I||3|
|HS-102||Western Civilization in World Perspective II||3|
|HS-201||United States History I||3|
|HS-202||United State History II||3|
|Select 3 credits from History designated with Course Type: HSPRE||3|
|Select 3 credits from History designated with Course Type: HSEU||3|
|Select 3 credits from History designated with one of the following Course Types: HSLA (Latin America), HSNW (Non-Western), HSAF (Africa), or HSAS (Asia)||3|
|Select 15 additional credits in History (HS) at the 200+ level 2||15|
|HS-461||Research Seminar in History||3|
|Major Requirements/Early Childhood (37 credits) 3|
|ED-250||Psychological and Philosophical Foundations of Education||3|
|EDL-280||Introduction to Early Childhood Education||3|
|EDL-325||Language and Early Literacy Development, Birth Through Kindergarten||3|
|EDL-326||Literacy Instruction in K-6 Educational Settings I||3|
|ED-320||Teaching Students with Diverse Needs||3|
|EDL-333||Family Partnerships in Early Childhood Settings||3|
|EDL-363||Early Childhood Curriculum and Methods||4|
|EDS-330||Foundations of Special Education: Development Across the Lifespan||3|
|Select 9 credits as follows: 3, 4|
and Clinical Practice Seminar
|History Interdisciplinary Requirements (15 credits)|
|GO-100||People, Places, and Environments: Introduction to Geography||3|
|Select 3 credits from the following courses:||3|
|History of Western Art I|
|History of Western Art II|
|Renaissance, Mannerist, and Baroque Art|
|Early to Late Modern Art|
|Art of India|
|Asian Art Survey|
|World Art Nineteenth-Twentieth Century|
|Gender, Art, and Society|
|Select 6 credits of the SAME Foreign Language or 6 credits from English 200+ level 5, 6||6|
|Education Interdisciplinary Requirements (12 credits)|
|PS-101||Introduction to Political Science: Power and Globalization||3|
|or PS-103||American National Government|
|BE-200||Economics for Social Science||3|
|or HS-310||Business and Economic Development of the United States|
|MA-203||Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I||3|
|MA-204||Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II||3|
|Teacher of Students with Disabilities Requirements (12 credits) 3, 7|
|EDS-332||Family/School/Community Partnerships and Resources, P-12||3|
|EDS-338||Assessment Approaches, P-12||3|
|EDS-350||Individualizing Curricula and Systematic Instruction for Special Education||3|
|EDS-352||Curricula, Methods, and Materials for Learners with Difficulties||3|
|General Education Requirements (27 credits)|
|First Year Seminar|
|FY-101||First Year Seminar||3|
|Reading and Writing|
|EN-101||College Composition I||3|
|EN-102||College Composition II||3|
|Fulfilled in Education Interdisciplinary Requirements with MA-203 or MA-204||0|
|Select 6 credits from the following subjects: BY, CE, GL, PH, or SC||6|
|Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: LIT||3|
|Aesthetics and Creativity|
|Fulfilled in History Interdisciplinary Requirements with ART course||0|
|Fulfilled in History Interdisciplinary Requirements with GO-100||0|
|Reasoned Oral Discourse|
|Fulfilled in Education or History Major Requirements with ED-320 or HS Research||0|
|Fulfilled in History Major Requirements with HS-101||0|
|Fulfilled in History Interdisciplinary Requirements with AN-103||0|
|Historical Perspective/Social Sciences|
|Fulfilled in History Major Requirements with HS-102||0|
|Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: ISP||3|
|Cultural Diversity and Global Understanding or Foreign Language|
|Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: CD and 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: GU or select 6 credits from the SAME foreign language 5, 8||6|
|Select one course designated with Course Type: EX||0|
|Select two courses from History (HS) designated with Course Type: WT||0|
|Select two courses from Education (ED, EDL, EDS) designated with Course Type: WT||0|
Courses not calculated in Major GPA.
Excluding HS-201 United States History I (3 cr.) and HS-202 United State History II (3 cr.). Among these requirements, at least 6 credits must be from the 300-400 level excluding HS-461 Research Seminar in History.
Minimum grade of "C" required for Education Courses.
Students must complete the appropriate test requirement(s) with a passing score PRIOR to Student Teaching.
Students planning graduate study in history are strongly urged to complete at least 1 foreign language at the intermediate level.
Excluding courses designated with Course Type: LIT
ED-320 Teaching Students with Diverse Needs (3 cr.), EDL-326 Literacy Instruction in K-6 Educational Settings I (3 cr.), EDS-330 Foundations of Special Education: Development Across the Lifespan (3 cr.), and EDS-336 Classroom Management (3 cr.) are also required and fulfilled in Education Major Requirements.
May be fulfilled within the major/interdisciplinary requirements; see your academic adviser.
- 58 credits must be completed at the 200 level or higher.
- Education majors are required to have an overall GPA of 3.00 for State Certification.
- By state regulation, all Education Majors seeking content area endoresment must complete 30 content credits (12+ credits at the 300+ level).