Interdisciplinary English (PK-3, PK-6, 6-8) & Teacher Preparation

Requirements:
ENGL 200 Reading and Writing About Literature (3)
ENGL 203 World Literature (3)
One course from: (3)
ENGL 250 Major British Writers I
ENGL 251 Major British Writers II
ENGL 252 Major British Writers III
One course from: (3)
ENGL 255 Major U.S. Writers I
ENGL 256 Major U.S. Writers II

ENGL 317 Literature for Children (3)
ENGL 333 Linguistics (3)
One additional 300–level English course (3)
One course from:
ENGL 450 Senior Seminar (3 – non-Teacher Preparation students)
EDUC 421 Supervised Teaching in Primary, Elementary or Middle School (10)
Total 21-24
*Student Teaching is the senior project for Teacher Preparation students.

Professional Requirements: 
EDUC 114 Introduction to Education (1)
EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
EDUC 305 Human Growth and Development (3)
EDUC 310 Teaching Reading and Language Arts (3)
EDUC 320 Technology and Instructional Design (3)
EDUC 340 Contemporary Teaching of Science and Mathematics in Elementary and Middle Schools (3)
EDUC 370 Survey of Exceptional Children (3)
EDUC 401 Practicum in Education (2)
EDUC 410 Practicum in Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Problems (3)
EDUC 420 Seminar: Teaching in Elementary and Middle Schools (2)
EDUC 421 Supervised Teaching in Primary, Elementary or Middle School (10)
EDUC 430 Contemporary Teaching of Social Studies and Writing in Elementary and Middle Schools (3)
EDUC 445 Foundations of Education (3)
Total 40
Additional Requirements
One course from: (3)
RELG 111 World Religions*
RELG 131 Old Testament Survey*
RELG 132 New Testament Survey*
RELG 200 Introduction to the Christian Faith*
One course from: (3-4)
MATH 121 College Algebra (3)
MATH 123 PreCalculus (3)
MATH 151 Calculus I (4)

MATH 311 Fundamentals of Mathematics in Elementary and Middle Schools (3)
One course from: (4)
STAT 161 Introduction to Statistics
STAT 162 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
STAT 163 Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
HIST 111 American History to 1861** (3)
HIST 112 American History since 1862 (3)
One course from: (3)
HIST 105 World History to 1500CE
HIST 122 Modern Europe

POLS 103 Politics of the United States (3)
One course from: (3)
ECON 151 Principles of Economics I
ECON 152 Principles of Economics II
One course from: (3)
GEOG 111 Human Geography
GEOG 331 Geography of the U.S. and Canada
One course from: (4)
BIOL 105 Introduction to College Biology**
BIOL 117 General Biology**
One course from: (3)
ART 111 Introduction to Art & Design**
ART 241 Crafts I**
MUSC 318 Music, Learning, and Culture**
THRE 105 Introduction to Acting**
One course from: (4)
CHEM 111 General Chemistry I
ESCI 111 Physical Geology
ESCI 201 Weather and Climate
PHYS 100 Conceptual Physics
PHYS 101 Astronomy
Total 103-104
*Met in Core Religion Requirements.
**Met in Modes of Inquiry Core Requirement.