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2020-2021 Catalog
Elementary Education: Elementary Education (K-6) (Bachelor of Arts in Education)

Program Description for Elementary Education

Major: Elementary Education Concentration: Elementary Education (K-6) Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education

Prerequisites (3 credits)

Grade of "C" or higher required

EDF1005 Intro to Teaching Profession (3 Credits)

  • Acceptable substitute: EDFX005

Core Requirements (18 credits)

Applications for fall internships are due the 4th Friday of the previous spring term. Applications for spring internship are due the 4th Friday of the previous fall term.

EDF3151 Educational Psychology (3 Credits)

EDG3321 Elementary Field Experience I (2 Credits)

EDG4410 Classroom Managment Commun (3 Credits)

and Communication

EDF4444 Assessment of Learn/Behavior (3 Credits)

and Behavior

EDG3322 Elementary Field Experience II (2 Credits)

EDG4XXX Elementary FieldExperience III

Major Requirements (30 credits)

EEC4321 Teaching Math in EC (3 Credits)

LAE3210 Foundations of Literacy (3 Credits)

LAE3211 Literacy Instruct and Assessmt (6 Credits)

and Assessment

LAE4312 Differentiating Instruct/Ltrcy (3 Credits)

Literacy

MAE4XXX Teaching Math in the Intermedi

SCE4XXX Science Methods for Elementary

SELECT One of the Following

  • EEX 3202 Psychology and Sociology of Learners with Exceptionalities
  • EDG 4340 Teaching all Learners in a Differentiated P-6 Classroom

SSE3313 Social Study Methods:Elem Tchr (3 Credits)

Elementary Teachers

TSL3080 ESOL Foundations: Culture/Lang (3 Credits)

TSL4340 TESOL Methods and Curriculum (3 Credits)

Internships (12 credits)

All degree course work must be completed satisfactorily and a student must have attempted the FTCE Subject Area and Professional Education exams before enrolling in Internship. Applications for fall internship are due the 4th Friday of the previous spring term. Applications for spring internship are due the 4th Friday of the previous fall term.

EDE4943 Practicum II: Student Intern (12 Credits)

EDE 4XXX Capstone:Classroom Inquiry for

48 Upper Level Hours (48 credits)

To graduate with a Bachelor's degree from the College of Education and Human Services, you must earn a minimum of 48 upper level credits out of a minimum 120 degree applicable required credit hours.

48HOURS 48 upper level hours