Interdisciplinary History & Social Sciences & Teacher Preparation–Secondary 6-12

Departmental Requirements: 
HIST 105 World History to 1500 CE (3)
HIST 111 American History to 1861* (3)
HIST 112 American History Since 1861 (3)
HIST 122 Modern Europe (3)
HIST 205 Historical Methods (3)
HIST 305 Approaching World History (3)
POLS 103 Politics of the United States (3)
POLS 105 Introduction to International Relations* (3)
POLS 202 State and Local Government in the United States (3)
POLS 217 Constitutional Interpretation (3)
POLS 240 History of Political Philosophy* (3)
GEOG 111 Human Geography (3)
GEOG 201X Weather and Climate (3)
GEOG 316X History and Geography of Virginia and Tennessee (3)
GEOG 331 Geography of the U.S. and Canada (3)
ECON 151 Principles of Economics I (3)
ECON 152 Principles of Economics II (3)
Total 51 

*Met as Mode of Inquiry Core Requirement.

Licensure 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 320 Technology and Instructional Design (3)
EDUC 370 Survey of Exceptional Children (3)
EDUC 440 Seminar: Teaching in Secondary School (2)
EDUC 441 Supervised Teaching in Secondary School (10)
EDUC 445 Foundations of Education (3)
EDUC 449 Reading, Writing and Instruction in Content Areas (3)
EDUC 450 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary School (3)
Total 32
Additional Requirements
Laboratory Science* (4)
One course from: (3-4)
MATH 121 College Algebra (3)
MATH 123 PreCalculus (3)
MATH 151 Calculus I (4)
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
Recommended
One course from: (3)
HHP 231 Personal Health
HHP 232 School and Community Health
HHP 251 Safety Education
For middle school endorsement:
EDUC 401 Practicum in Education (2) 

*Met as Mode of Inquiry Core Requirement. Psychology 101 recommended.

The student should select core courses to meet state licensure requirements while fulfilling college graduation requirements..

Education 440, 441, and 450 are taken in the professional semester.

Student Teaching is the senior project for teacher preparation, but individual departments may have additional senior project requirements.