Bachelor of Arts in Education: Elementary Education
This program provides pre-service and in-service courses/programs at the undergraduate level. It provides the region with teachers who are able to teach at the elementary level in a variety of cultural environments.
The program of studies for the major in Elementary Education is designed for students who wish to enter the educational profession as teachers in education programs for K-5 graders.
General Education Requirements (55 credit hours): Each student must fulfill the General Education requirements as listed in the Academic Rules and Regulations section of this catalogue. Required support courses: The following are requirements for this major that fulfill certain General Education Requirements: EN213; MA115; MA151; BI100; BI100L; NS101; NS101L; HI121; GE101; PS202; ED265; AL185.
Content Area Required Courses (12 Credits): EN317; ED319; HI201; a math course approved by School of Education.
Professional Education Requirements (57 credit hours):
Foundations (21 credits): ED110 ED201; ED271; ED300; ED334, ED446; ED489;
Method Courses (21 credits): ED350; ED351; ED353; ED354; ED355; ED356; and ED363. Prior to enrollment in a methods class, all General Education and Content Area classes related to that methods course must be completed.
Practicum Experience (15 credits): ED392; ED492.
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