First Semester Credits
ENL101 M 3
COM103   3
EDU101 M 3
PSY101 M 3
   
Behavioral & Social Sciences
  • GEO104 Geography: Culture & Environment
  • GOV111 American Government
  • HIS119 World History I
3
Second Semester Credits
ENL102   3
PSY201   3
HIS103   3
ENL120   3
    Elective 3
Third Semester Credits
   
Behavioral & Social Sciences
  • GEO104 Geography: Culture & Environment
  • GOV111 American Government
  • HIS119 World History I
3
   
Natural or Physical Science (Biological)

A Biological Science is any 4-credit course from the Natural Science or Physical Science general education list (with a lab) with the prefix BIO, ENV, or HOR; all other 4-credit Natural Science or Physical Science courses (with a lab) are considered Physical Sciences.

For a complete list of Natural or Physical Science courses, see: General Education Courses

4
MAT120 M 3
   
Concentration Elective

Choose courses from these disciplines: ART, BIO, CHM, COM, ENL, FRN, GER, GOV, HIS, MAT, MUS, PHY, PSY, SOC, SPN. All concentration electives should be taken in the same discipline.

To ensure maximum transferability into an Elementary Education program, concentration electives should be chosen based on where you would like to transfer. These courses fulfill requirements for the academic (second) major required for Elementary Education. The Elementary Education curriculum through the bachelor's degree has very few open electives so making course choices outlined here, and in consultation with a bachelor's institution curriculum, insures that most students will meet the required bachelor's coursework in 120 credits.

1
   
Concentration Elective

Choose courses from these disciplines: ART, BIO, CHM, COM, ENL, FRN, GER, GOV, HIS, MAT, MUS, PHY, PSY, SOC, SPN. All concentration electives should be taken in the same discipline.

To ensure maximum transferability into an Elementary Education program, concentration electives should be chosen based on where you would like to transfer. These courses fulfill requirements for the academic (second) major required for Elementary Education. The Elementary Education curriculum through the bachelor's degree has very few open electives so making course choices outlined here, and in consultation with a bachelor's institution curriculum, insures that most students will meet the required bachelor's coursework in 120 credits.

3
Fourth Semster Credits
MAT121   3
   
Natural or Physical Science (Physical)

A Biological Science is any 4-credit course from the Natural Science or Physical Science general education list (with a lab) with the prefix BIO, ENV, or HOR; all other 4-credit Natural Science or Physical Science courses (with a lab) are considered Physical Sciences.

For a complete list of Natural or Physical Science courses, see: General Education Courses

4
   
Humanities & Fine Arts (Literature)
  • ENL201 World Literature I
  • ENL202 World Literature II
  • ENL203 British Literature through the Eighteenth Century
  • ENL204 British Literature from the Romatic Age to the Present
  • ENL205 American Literature to 1890
  • ENL206 American Literature since 1890
3
   
Concentration Elective

Choose courses from these disciplines: ART, BIO, CHM, COM, ENL, FRN, GER, GOV, HIS, MAT, MUS, PHY, PSY, SOC, SPN. All concentration electives should be taken in the same discipline.

To ensure maximum transferability into an Elementary Education program, concentration electives should be chosen based on where you would like to transfer. These courses fulfill requirements for the academic (second) major required for Elementary Education. The Elementary Education curriculum through the bachelor's degree has very few open electives so making course choices outlined here, and in consultation with a bachelor's institution curriculum, insures that most students will meet the required bachelor's coursework in 120 credits.

3
   
Concentration Elective

Choose courses from these disciplines: ART, BIO, CHM, COM, ENL, FRN, GER, GOV, HIS, MAT, MUS, PHY, PSY, SOC, SPN. All concentration electives should be taken in the same discipline.

To ensure maximum transferability into an Elementary Education program, concentration electives should be chosen based on where you would like to transfer. These courses fulfill requirements for the academic (second) major required for Elementary Education. The Elementary Education curriculum through the bachelor's degree has very few open electives so making course choices outlined here, and in consultation with a bachelor's institution curriculum, insures that most students will meet the required bachelor's coursework in 120 credits.

3
Total Credits 60

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