School of Education
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education

Suggested Course Sequence to Graduation
Freshman - Fall Freshman - Spring
Course Credits Course Credits
ENG 120 3 ENG 201 3
MAT 140 (or 143) 4 MAT 235 (MAT 142,232) 4
SCI 100* 3 SCI 200 3
COM 119 3 PSY 120 3
FDS 100* .5 SSC 100* 3
Phys. Ed. 1 Phys. Ed. .5
^Computer Literacy   Computer Literacy  
       
Sophomore - Fall Sophomore - Spring
Course Credits Course Credits
COM 120 3 EDU 250** 3
PHI 200 3 World Lit 261 3
EDU 221 3 EDU 351* 3
EDU 230 3 HUM 115 2
Foreign Language 131 4 Foreign Language 132 4
Phys. Ed. .5 Phys. Ed. .5
   
Junior - Fall Junior - Spring
Course Credits Course Credits
Foreign Language 231 3 World Literature 262 3
EDU 350* 2 EDU 302 3
EDU 257 5 EDU 353 3
EDU 354 4 Science 301 3
PLS 200*** 2 EDU 450 2
  Concentration (300 level or higher) 3
   
Senior - Fall Senior - Spring
Course Credits Course Credits
HIS 342 3 EDU 452 Student Teaching 9
EDU Concentration (300 level of higher) 3 Pass PRAXIS II Prior to Student Teaching.  
EDU 360 3 Elective 3
EDU 365 3  
Elective 3  
   
Notes:
  • * Students who matriculate with 24 or more credits do not take these [*] Freshman year courses.
  • Courses needed for Admission to the School of Education. Require a “C” or higher.
  • ^ Must complete requirement in Freshman Year.   Students who have completed 24 or more credits hours will not be able to register unless CLE is passed.
  • Pass English Proficiency Exam (EPE) prior to admission.
  • Pass Computer Literacy Exam (CLE) prior to admission.
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.33 or higher.
  • Students must submit admission application and supportive documents (EPE, CLE and transcript) to academic advisor.
  • Courses needed for Admission to the School of Education. Require a “C” or higher.
  • Admission Interview conducted with academic advisor.
  • ** Student must be admitted to the School of Education to take EDU 250.
  • * Course can be taken concurrently with EDU 250 (Admission Course.)
  • *** Course can be substituted for four semesters of P.E.
  • Students who do not meet admission requirements will not be able to take education courses beyond EDU 230.
  • Recommend student seek evaluation for graduation during the Fall semester of Junior year. Submit a copy to academic advisor.
  • Students matriculating in Fall 2007 will be required to pass the CLE and EPE prior to admission.
  • For students who matriculated prior to Fall 2007, the EPE serves as the prerequisite for EDU 452 Student Teaching in the Elementary School along with successful completion of all other education courses.
  • A student who matriculates with 24 or more credits can take two science laboratory courses to satisfy the general education science requirements. Credits can range from 6-9.