College of Education and Human Services
Curriculum

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University Core

Class Code
Course Title Credits
CORE 1101
Journey of Transformation 3
CORE 2101
Christianity and Culture in Dialogue 3
CORE 3101
Engaging the World
(student choice of sections)
3
ENGL 1201
Core English I
3
ENGL 1202
Core English II
3
MATH
Any course
(not developmental math)
3
SCIENCE Any Course
3
HISTORY Any Course
3
(Student Choice) Additional course in English, History, Math or Science
3
ART or MUSIC
Any Course
3
PSYC 1213
Adolescent Psychology
3
PSYC 1221
Exceptional Child
3
BMIE 1001
Real World Technologies **
3
  Total Credits:
39
**Majors that have specialized courses related to their fields that relate to the technology core requirement (BMIE) may substitute this course with approval from an advisor.

Professional Core
To enroll and, continue in the teacher education program, students must provide evidence of completed field experience requirements and a minimum GPA of 3.0. Students also must attend convocations that are offered during fall and spring semesters.
Please note: F indicates Fall Semester, and S indicates Spring Semester.
   

First Year
EDST 1501
 Education in the United States: Past and Present
F
EDST 3510
 Culture, Community and Schools
S
Second Year (Field Experience 1 taken first semester; Field Experience 2 taken second semester)
EDST 1301
Educational Psychology and Classroom Practice F
EDST 2003
 Instructional Theory intro Practice
S
Third Year (ESL Class Assistant Program)
EDST 3301
Educational Evaluation
F
EDST 2501
Philosophy of Education and Curriculum Development (with 60 hour field internship)
S
EDST 3700
Integrating Technology into Curriculum
F/S
Fourth Year Select one of the following (with 60 hour field internship):
EDST 3513
Methods of Teaching Music
F
EDST 3514
Teaching Art, K-12
F
EDST 3601
English Language Arts
F
EDST 3602
Math Education
F
EDST 3603
Science Education
F
EDST 3604
Social Education
F
EDST 3605
Teaching World Languages
F
EDST 4500Senior Clinical Practice Seminar (Required)F/S
  Total Credits:
30
For more information, see the  Undergraduate Catalogue.

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