STUDENT: STUDENT ID NUMBER: College of Education Bachelor of Science Elementary Education – Pre-K-4 Program Number: 35100 Version Number: 20123 Effective Date: Fall 2011 GENERAL EDUCATION I. UNIVERSITY CORE (12 credits) A. Oral Communication: SPE 010 or above Course: SPE 010 + RC CR GR 3 B. Written Communication: ENG 023, 024 or 025 Course: ENG 023, 024 or 025 + 3 D. Wellness: HEA 110 plus activity; or 3-credit Wellness course. Course: II. UNIVERSITY DISTRIBUTION (15 credits) A. Natural Sciences: Any lab or non-lab course with prefix COURSE: 3 WI COURSE: 3 WI COURSE: 3 WI 3 3 3 C. Visual Literacy (VL) (3 credits) OR Communication-Intensive (CM) (3 credits) COURSE: 3 RC CR GR CAC D. Cultural Diversity (CD) (3 credits) COURSE: AST, BIO, CHM, ENV, GEL, MAR, or PHY; or certain GEG courses (see note at right) COURSE: BIO 010/011 (Pre req to EEU 205) RC CR GR CAC B. Quantitative Literacy (QL) (3 credits) OR Computer-Intensive (CP) (3 credits) COURSE: C. Mathematics: MAT 017 or above Course: MAT 103 + III. COMPETENCIES ACROSS THE CURRICULUM A. Writing Intensive (WI) (9 credits) 3 CD 3 CT E. Critical Thinking (CT) (3 credits) COURSE: 3 B. Social Sciences: Any course with prefix ANT, CRJ, ECO, A Competency Across the Curriculum (CAC) course is not a separate course, but rather an overlay that is “double counted” as fulfilling both the CAC requirements and another requirement in either General Education (except for the University Core), the major, or the minor. GEG, HIS, INT, MCS, POL, PSY, SOC, or SWK; or certain GEG courses (see note at right) COURSE: PSY 011 (Pre req to EEU 130) 3 C. Humanities: Any course with prefix ENG, HUM, PAG, PHI, WRI, WST, or Modern Language COURSE: ENG LIT + RC = Minimum required number of credits CR = Credits earned (fill in number of credits) GR = Grade earned (fill in letter grade) CAC = Competency Across the Curriculum (fill in designation) 3 D. Arts: Any course prefix ARC, ARH, ART, CDE, CDH, CFT, DAN, FAR, FAS, MUP, MUS, or THE COURSE: 3 E. Free Elective: Any course carrying university credit COURSE: GEG or ECO IV. COLLEGE DISTRIBUTION (21 credits) A. Foundations COURSE: EDU 101 Teaching Pre-K-8; An Explor. + NOTE: GEG courses with a lab and 040, 322, and 323 may be used in II.A. and GEG courses 040, 204, 274, 305, 322, 323, 324, 347, 380, and 394 may NOT be used in II.B. 3 RC CR GR CAC TEACHER CANDIDACY REQUIREMENTS 3 Requirements must be met upon reaching 48 credit hours COURSE: SPU 201 Cognitive Development + 3 Passing scores on Praxis I Tests (3) COURSE: SPU 314 Effective Instructional Strategies + 3 B. Special Education C. Literacy COURSE: SPU 316 Literacy Dev. Core & Intervention+ 3 D. Diversity COURSE EEU 211 Family Collaboration and Diversity + C or better in ENG 023, 024 or 025 3 C or better in any ENG literature course 3 C or better in two mathematics courses 3 Completion of program specific observation E. Technology COURSE: ITC 321 Instructional Technology in Ed. + 3.0 or higher Grade Point Average F. Math COURSE: MAT 104 + hours + - These courses require a grade of “C” or better. B.S. in Elementary Education – Pre-K-4 Program #35100 Version # 20123 120 Credits Required V. CERTIFICATION COURSES (45 credits) RC CR GR CAC 1. Professional Courses 21 S.H. – Pre Candidacy EEU 130 Early Child Dev.: Theories and Practice + 3 EEU 202 Disposition Toward Advocacy Collab & Coop. + 3 EEU 209 Math Foundations for Pre-K-1 + 3 EEU 211 Family Collaboration and Diversity + # EEU 220 Children’s Literature for Pre-K-4 + 3 EEU 225 Assessment 1: Obs. & Informal + 3 EEU 300 Early Literacy DEV. & Acquisition Pre-K-1 + 3 SPU 201 Cog. Dev. Of Diverse Learners + # ARU 236 The Arts and Pre- K-4 Education + 3 ITC 321 Instructional Technology in Education + # VI. CLINICAL COMPONENT ( 27 credits) A. Professional Semester (Candidacy Required) Courses scheduled in a block Fall or Spring ______ EEU 301 Teaching Literacy in Grades 2- 4 + RC CR GR CAC 3 EEU 303 Language Development in Early Childhood + 3 EEU 304 Teaching Social Studies in Pre-K-4 + 3 EEU 306 Integrating Principles of Learning in Pre-K-4+ 3 EEU 309 Teaching Math in Grades 2-4 + 3 B. Clinical Experience Fall or Spring ________ EEU 390 Clinical Experience Pre- K-4 + 6 EEU 391 Clinical Experience Pre-K-4 + 6 2. Professional Courses 9 S.H. - Candidacy Required EEU 205 Teaching Science in Early Childhood + 3 EEU 325 Assessment II: Form. Sum., Diag., Bench. + 3 EEU 350 Language Dev., Learning to Read & Assessment + 3 SPU 314 Effective Inst. Strategies + # SPU 316 Literacy Dev. Core & Intervention + # 3. Additional Requirements 15 S.H. A. B. Humanities: Art Hist, Music, Theatre, Philosophy, Mod. Lang, Speech Course: PSY 110 (Pre req to EEU 130) 3 C. Diversity Course - See below for eligible courses 3 D. Physical science with/wo lab(Pre req to EEU 205) 3 E. HIS 025 or HIS 026 3 3 Diversity Course Requirement Listing: ANT 010 ANT 130 ANT 215 ANT 226 ANT 290 SOC 010 SOC 110 SOC 120 SOC 140 SOC 230 CRJ 230 CRJ 231 HIS 150 INT 010 POL 030 PSY 215 PSY 240 SPE 213 (Please note: ANT 130, ANT 290, SOC 110, PSY 215, and PSY 240 have pre-requisites.) # - Student is receiving credit for course as a General Education requirement. + - These courses require a grade of “C” or better.