Education Four-Year, Undergraduate Option
A bachelor's degree including a one-semester student-teaching requirement allows students to be recommended for licensure in certain specialized areas. Those areas are mathematics, music, pre-K-3rd grade, and health and physical education.
These program options include a major appropriate for the licensure being sought, in addition to the following core professional courses or their equivalent:
|EDUC 500||Exploring Teaching||4|
|EDUC 700||Educational Structure and Change||4|
|EDUC 701||Human Development and Learning: Educational Psychology||4|
|EDUC 705||Contemporary Educational Perspectives||4|
|EDUC 751A||Educating Exceptional Learners: Elementary||4|
|or EDUC 751B||Educating Exceptional Learners: Secondary|
|EDUC 694||Courses in Supervised Teaching||8|
A minimum 2.8 cumulative grade-point average at the time of application to student teaching is required. Students in music, mathematics, and physical education need to apply by March 1st of the junior year and October 15th of the senior year for spring semester to the Department of Education for student teaching. An unofficial transcript and a current resume; must accompany the application. Return applications to the Department of Education Office, 207 Morrill Hall, attention Liz Arcieri.