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OFFICE OFTHE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS AND PROVOST
February 28, 2011
MEMORANDUM
Donna Wiseman
Dean, College of Education
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Elizabeth Beise .kd~
Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Programs
Proposals to Restructure Secondary Education Programs (PCC log nos. 09045 and
09046)
On May 19,2010, Chancellor Kirwan approved your proposals to restructure your Secondary
Education programs. On December 22,2011 (with a correction letter issued February 8, 2011), the
Maryland Higher Education Commission also approved these proposals. The approved changes are as
follows:
1. The bachelor degree program in Secondary Education (both B.A./B.S.) replaces the bachelor
degree program in Secondary Education-Mathematics, which has been discontinued.
2. The following bachelor degree programs have also been discontinued: Secondary
Education-English (Language Arts), Secondary Education-Foreign Languages, Secondary
Education-Social Studies, Secondary Education-Science.
3. The following Areas of Concentration have been established under the new Secondary
Education program: Secondary Education-English (Language Arts), Secondary Education­
Foreign Languages, Secondary Education-Mathematics, Secondary Education-Social
Studies, Secondary Education-Science.
These changes are effective Fall 2011. The College should ensure that the change is fully
described in the Undergraduate Catalog and in all relevant descriptive materials, and that all advisors are
informed.
MDC/
Enclosure
cc:
David Salness, Chair, Senate PCC Committee
Sarah Bauder, Office of Student Financial Aid
Reka Montfort, University Senate
Erin Howard, Data Administration
Donna Williams, Institutional Research & Planning
Anne Turkos, University Archives
Linda Yokoi, Office of the Registrar
James Dietz, Undergraduate Studies
Steve Koziol, College of Education
Francine Hultgren, Curriculum and Instruction
Martin O'Malley
Governor
Anthony G. Brown
Lt. Governor
MHEC
Kevin M. O'Keefe
Chairman
December 22,2010
Creating a state of achievement
Dr. Nariman Farvardin
Senior VPAA & Provost
University of Maryland, College Park
1119 Main Administration Building
College Park, MD 20742-5031
OFFICE OF lJIECSEA-NFFIOARIRYSP
fOR ACAOEMI
James E. Lyons, Sr.
Secretary of Higher Education
3 2011
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lJMCP
Dear Dr. Farvardin:
The Maryland Higher Education Commission has reviewed a request from the University ofMaryland,
College Park to change the title of its Bachelor of Arts/Science (RAIB.S.) in Secondary Education programs,
convert four existing Education degree majors to Areas of Concentration (A.O.C.) and move them under the
Secondary Education degree. I am pleased to inform you that based on the recommendation of the Assistant
Secretary for Planning and Academic Affairs, Dr. George W. Reid, the request has been approved. This decision
was based on an analysis of the proposal in conjunction with the Maryland Higher Education Commission's
Policies and Procedures for Academic Program Proposals, the Maryland State Plan for Postsecondary
Education, and a thirty day review by the Maryland higher education community. The program demonstrates
potential for success, an essential factor in making this decision.
For purposes of providing enrollment and degree data to the Commission, please use the following
HEGIS and CIP codes:
New
Current
New Program Title
Current Program Title
Degree Level
HEGIS
CIP
CIP
Secondary Education­
Secondary Education
B.AIB.S.
0833-00 13.1311
13.1205
Mathematics
For purposes of providing enrollment and degree data to the Commission, please use the
HEGIS and CIP codes:
.
New
Current New
Current
Current Program Title
Degree Level HEGIS
HEGIS
CIP
Secondary Education-English (Language Arts) AO.C.
0803-04 0833-00 13.1305
Secondary Education-Foreign Languages
AO.C.
0803-05 0833-00 13.1306
AO.C.
Secondary Education-Social Studies
0803-07 0833-00 13.1318
Secondary Education-Science
AO.C.
0834-00 0833-00 13.1316
following
New
CIP
13.1205
13.1205
13.1205
13.1205
Should the program require any substantial changes in the future, please keep the Commission apprised.
I wish you continued success.
Sincerely,
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Secretary of Higher Education
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cc:
Ms. Diane Hampton, Director of Institutional Relations, MICUA
MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION
839 Bestgate Rd .• Suite 400 • Annapolis, MD 21401-3013
T 410.260.4500' 800.974.0203' F 410.260.3200' For Deaf & Hard of Hearing Maryland Relay 1.800.201.7165' www.mhec.state.md.us
Martin O'Malley
Governor
Anthony G. Brown
Lt. Governor
MHEC
AnwerHasan
Chairperson
Creating a state of achievement
Elisabeth A. Sachs
Interim Secretary
CORRECTED
February 8, 2011
OFFICE OF THE SENIOR
VICE PRESIDENT FOR
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS AND PROVOST
Dr. Nariman Farvardin
Senior VPAA & Provost
University of Maryland, College Park
1119 Main Administration Building
College Park, MD 20742-5031
FEB 14 2011
RECEIVED
UMCP
Dear Dr. Farvardin:
The Maryland Higher Education Commission sent a letter dated December 22, 2010 approving a
request from the University of Maryland, College Park to change the title of its Bachelor of Arts/Science
(B.A./B.S.) in Secondary Education programs, and convert four degree majors to Areas of Concentration
under the Secondary Education degree. During a recent review, it was noted that the B.A./B.S. in
Second~ry Education-Mathematics should have been converted to an Area of Concentration (A.O.C.)
under the Secondary Education program. This change will be reflected in the Commission's Academic
Program Inventory as follows:
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. Program Title i:;·~V;:::.~,
. Secondary EducatiBn~Mathematics
13.1205
Degree Level
A.O.C.
HEGIS
0833-00
CIP
Additionally, the inventory will be updated to reflect that the following degree programs have
been discontinued: .
Discontinued Program Title
Secondary Education-English (Language Arts)
Secondary Education-Foreign Languages
Secondary Education-Social Studies
Secondary Education-Science
Degree Level
B.A./B.S.
B.A./B.S.
B.A./B.S.
B.A./B.S.
HEGIS
0803-04
0803-05
0803-07
0834-00
CIP
13.1305
13.1306
13.1318
13.1316
Should the programs require any substantial changes in the future, please keep the Commission
apprised. I wish you continued success.
Elisa e A. Sachs
Interim Secretary of Higher Education
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Ms. Theresa Hollander, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, USM
MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION
839 Bestgate Rd • Suite 400. Annapolis, MD 21401-3013
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UMCP
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
May 19,2010
1807
University of Maryland,
Baltimore
1856
University of Maryland,
College Park
1865
Bowie State University
1866
Dr. C. D. Mote, Jr.
1101 Main Administration Building
University of Maryland, College Park
College Park" MD 20742
Dear Dan:
Thank you for forwarding the request of the University of Maryland, College
Park, to rename the following programs:
Towson University
1886
University of Maryland
Eastern Shore
1898
Frostburg State University
1. B.S. in Secondary Education in Mathematics to the more general title
of the B.S. in Secondary Education
2. B.A. in Secondary Education in Foreign Languages to the more
general title of the B.A. in Secondary Education.
1900
Coppin State University
1925
Discontinue the following Bachelor degree programs:
Salisbury University
1925
University of Baltimore
1925
University of Maryland
Center for Environmental
Science
1947
University of Maryland
University College
1966
University of Maryland,
Baltimore County
1985
University of Maryland
Biotechnology Institute
1. Secondary Education - English (Lang. Arts)
2. Secondary Education - Social Studies (B.A. and B.S.)
3. Secondary Education - Science
I am delighted to approve these changes. Please express my appreciation to
departmental faculty for their careful work in planning for these changes.
S.~i9Jneerr~el~y yooms,
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William E. Kirwan
Chancellor
cc: Irwin Goldstein, Sr. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Theresa Hollander, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
vN-ariman Farvardin, Sr. Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Donna Wiseman, Dean, College of Education, UMCP
3300 Metzerott Road. Adelphi, MD 20783-1690 • Phone: 301.445.1901 • Fax: 301.445.1931 • www.usmd.edu
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAM/CURRICULUM/UNIT PROPOSAL
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Please email the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment
to [email protected]
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!PCC LOG NO.
Please submit the signed form to the Office of the Associate Provost
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College/School: College of Education
College/School Unit Code-First 8 digits: 01203100
Unit Codes can be found at: https://hypprod.umd.edu/Html Reports/units. htm
DepartmentlProgram: Curriculum and Instruction
Department/Program Unit code-Last 7 digits: 1310701
Type of Action (choose one):
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x Renaming ofprogram or formal Area ofConcentration
o Addition/deletion offormal Area ofConcentration
x Suspend/delete program
0 New academic degree/award program
0 New Professional Studies award iteration
0 New Minor
x Other-Establish specializations.
Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consideration.
Summary of Proposed Action:
This cover sheet incorporates multiple deletion proposals. These related proposals were consolidated under one PCC
proposal log number to better organize and present the numerous proposals put forward by the College of Education in
fall 2009.
The proposals organized under PCC-log number 09045 include proposals that relate to the restructuring of the B.A. in
Secondary Education, and includes the following:
09030 Rename EDCI B.A. in Secondary Education-Foreign Languages as B.A. in Secondary Education
09031 Suspend EDCI B.A. in Secondary Education English (Language Arts)
09032 Suspend EDCI B.A. in Secondary Education Social Studies
09033 Establish EDCI B.A. in Secondary Education Specializations in Foreign Language, English, and Social
Studies.
Individual cover sheets for each proposal are attached.
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1. Department Committee Chair see attached
2. Department Chair see attached
3. College/School PCC Chair see attached
4. Dean see attached
5. Dean of the Graduate School (if required)
6. Chair, Senate PCC see attached
7. University Senate Chair (if required)
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Curricul m Framework); thus, it makes sense to consolidate the existing secondary education program options. The
departme t intends to create a single Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education by renaming the Bachelor of Arts in
Second
Education - Foreign Languages and changing it to a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education. Once the
Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education is established, areas of specialization will be created for each of the
separate isciplinary tracks: Foreign Languages, English (Language Arts), and Social Studies. Internal major codes will
continue 0 be used to track the different specializations to meet state reporting demands.
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SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
I.
S'fiCONDARY EDUCATION CONTENT MAJOR REQUIREMENT: Consistent with the requirements ofthe
Maryland Redesign, all secondary education majors complete a major in the content discipline (e.g.,
students interested in teaching social studies must complete a major in history, geography, or government
and politics).
II. SeCONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - COMMON CORE: All secondary education majors complete the
following 14 credits:
EDPS 210 (r EDPS201
or EDPS 301
EDHD 413
EDHD426
EDCI463
EDCI474
Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education or Education in Contemporary
American Society or Foundations of Education
Adolescent Development
Cognition & Motivation in Reading: Reading in Content Areas
Reading in the Secondary School
Inclusion, Diversitv and Professionalism in Secondary Education
3
3
3
3
2
IlL SeCONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSE WORK: All secondary
education majors complete a series ofdiscipline-specific professional education courses:
ENGLISa Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI466 L'terature for Adolescents (3)
EDCI467l~aching Writing (3)
EDCI416 ( urriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: English (3)
EDCI417 Eases for English Language Instruction (3)
EDCI447 F eld Experience in English Teaching (1)
EDCI440 S~dent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: English (1)
EDCI441 S~dent Teaching in Secondary Schools: English (12)
FOREIC N LANGUAGE Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI410
EDCI433
EDCI438
EDCI430
EDCI431
( urriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (3)
I troduction to Foreign Language Methods (3)
F'eld Experience in Second Language Education (1)
S~dent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (1)
Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Foreign Language (12)
MATHEMATICS Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI457 leaching and Learning Middle School Mathematics (3)
EDCI4551\ ethods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools (3)
EDCI355 F'eld Experience in Secondary Mathematics Education (1)
EDCI450 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Mathematics (1)
EDCI451 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Mathematics (12)
SCIENCE Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI411
EDCI375
EDCI470
EDCI471
EDCI480
Knowledge, Reasoning, and Learning in Science (3)
Field Experience in Science Education (1)
learning and Teaching in Science (3)
Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Science (12)
P actices in Secondary School Science Teaching (2)
SOCIAL STUDIES Professional Education Courses (BS or BA Degree, depending on content major)
EDCI426
EDCI427
EDCI428
EDCI421
EDCI420
I1~aterials & Resources in Social Studies (3)
( urriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Social Studies (3)
Field Experience in Secondary Social Studies Teaching (I)
~tudent Teaching in Secondary Schools: Social Studies (12)
5tudent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Social Studies (I)
IV. fNIni'RSJTY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREM~NTS: CORE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAMICURRICULUMIUNIT PROPOSAL
•
Please ~m~l the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment
to [email protected]
•
IPCC LOG NO
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Please submit the signed form to the Office of the Associate Provost
foc Academic Planning and Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building, Campus.
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College/School: Education
DepartmentIProgram: Curriculum and InstructionlBachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - English (Language
Arts)
Type of Action (choose one):
o Curriculum change (including informal specializations)
o Renaming ofprogram orformal Area ofConcentration
o Addition/deletion offormal Area ofConcentration
X Suspend/delete program
0 New academic degree/award program
0 New Professional Studies award iteration
0 New Minor
0 Other:
Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the fUll University Senate for consideration.
Summary of Proposed Action:
All of the secondary education BA majors adhere to a common curriculum framework (see attached Secondary Education
Curriculum Framework); thus, it makes sense to consolidate the existing secondary education program options. The
department intends to delete the individual secondary education major tracks and create a single Bachelor of Arts degree
in Secondary Education, with areas of specialization in each of the discipline areas.
This proposal seeks to delete the Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - English, Language Arts (which will be
replaced by an English (Language Arts) area of specialization in the renamed Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education
degree program).
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SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
I. SECONDARY EDUCATION CONTENT MAJOR REQUIREMENT: Consistent with the requirements ofthe
Maryland Redesign, all secondary education majors complete a major in the content discipline (e.g.,
students interested in teaching social studies must complete a major in history, geography, or government
andpolitics).
II. SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - COMMON CORE: All secondary education majors complete the
following 14 credits:
EDPS 210 or EDPS201
or EDPS 301
EDHD 413
EDHD426
EDCI463
EDCI474
Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education or Education in Contemporary
American Society or Foundations of Education
Adolescent Development
Cognition & Motivation in Reading: Reading in Content Areas
Reading in the Secondary School
Inclusion, Diversity and Professionalism in Secondary Education
3
3
3
3
2
IlL SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSE WORK: All secondary
education majors complete a series ofdiscipline-specific professional education courses:
ENGLISH Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI466
EDCI467
EDCI416
EDCI417
EDCI447
EDCI440
EDCI441
Literature for Adolescents (3)
Teaching Writing (3)
Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: English (3)
Bases for English Language Instruction (3)
Field Experience in English Teaching (1)
Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: English (1)
Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: English (12)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI4IO
EDCI433
EDCI438
EDCI430
EDCI431
Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (3)
Introduction to Foreign Language Methods (3)
Field Experience in Second Language Education (1)
Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (1)
Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Foreign Language (12)
MATHEMATICS Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI457 Teaching and Learning Middle School Mathematics (3)
EDCI455 Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools (3)
EDCI355 Field Experience in Secondary Mathematics Education (1)
EDCI450 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Mathematics (1)
EDCI451 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Mathematics (12)
SCIENCE Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI4I1 Knowledge, Reasoning, and Learning in Science (3)
EDCI375 Field Experience in Science Education (1)
EDCI470 Learning and Teaching in Science (3)
EDCI471 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Science (12)
EDCI480 Practices in Secondary School Science Teaching (2)
SOCIAL STUDIES Professional Education Courses (BS or BA Degree, depending on content major)
EDCI426 Materials & Resources in Social Studies (3)
EDCI427 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Social Studies (3)
EDCI428 Field Experience in Secondary Social Studies Teaching (1)
EDCI421 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Social Studies (12)
EDCI420 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Social Studies (I)
IV. UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: CORE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAM/CURRICULUMlUNlT PROPOSAL
IPCC LOG NO
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Please ~m~il the rest of the proposal as an MSWord attachment
to [email protected]
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Please submit the signed form to the Office of the Associate Provost '-for Academic Planning and Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building, Campus.
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College/School: Education
DepartmentIProgram: Curriculum and InstructionlBachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - Social Studies
Type of Action (choose one):
IJ Curriculum change (including informal specializations)
IJ Renaming ofprogram or formal Area ofConcentration
o Addition/deletion offormal Area ofConcentration
X Suspend/delete program
0
0
0
0
New academic degree/award program
New Professional Studies award iteration
New Minor
Other:
Italics indicate that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consideration.
Summary of Proposed Action:
All of the secondary education BA majors adhere to a common curriculum framework (see attached Secondary Education
Curriculum Framework); thus, it makes sense to consolidate the existing secondary education program options. The
department intends to delete the individual secondary education major tracks and create a single Bachelor of Arts degree
in Secondary Education, with areas of specialization in each of the discipline areas.
This proposal seeks to delete the Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education - Social Studies (which will be replaced by
a social stludies area of specialization in the renamed Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education degree program).
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SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
I. SECONDARY EDUCATION CONTENT MAJOR REQUIREMENT: Consistent with the requirements ofthe
Maryland Redesign. all secondary education majors complete a major in the content discipline (e.g.,
students interested in teaching social studies must complete a major in history, geography, or government
and politics).
II. SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - COMMON CORE: All secondary education majors ,complete the
following 14 credits:
EDPS 210 or EDPS20 I
orEDPS 301
EDHD 413
EDHD 426
EDCI463
EDCI474
Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education or Education in Contemporary
American Society or Foundations of Education
Adolescent Development
Cognition & Motivation in Reading: Reading in Content Areas
Reading in the Secondary School
Inclusion, Diversity and Professionalism in Secondary Education
3
3
3
3
2
Ill. SECONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSE WORK: All secondary
education majors complete a series ofdiscipline-specific professional education courses:
ENGLISH Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI466 Literature for Adolescents (3)
EDCI467 Teaching Writing (3)
EDCI416 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: English (3)
EDCI417 Bases for English Language Instruction (3)
EDCI447 Field Experience in English Teaching (I)
EDCI440 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: English (1)
EDCI441 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: English (12)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI41Q
EDCI433
EDCI438
EDCI430
EDCI431
Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (3)
Introduction to Foreign Language Methods (3)
Field Experience in Second Language Education (1)
Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (1)
Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Foreign Language (12)
MATHEMATICS Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI457 Teaching and Learning Middle School Mathematics (3)
EDCI455 Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools (3)
EDC1355 Field Experience in Secondary Mathematics Education (1)
EDCI450 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Mathematics (1)
EDCI451 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Mathematics (12)
SCIENCE Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI411 Knowledge, Reasoning, and Learning in Science (3)
EDC1375 Field Experience in Science Education (1)
EDCI470 Learning and Teaching in Science (3)
EDCI471 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Science (12)
EDCI480 Practices in Secondary School Science Teaching (2)
SOCIAL STUDIES Professional Education Courses (BS or BA Degree, depending on content major)
EDCI426 Materials & Resources in Social Studies (3)
EDCI427 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Social Studies (3)
EDCI428 Field Experience in Secondary Social Studies Teaching (1)
EDCI421 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Social Studies (12)
EDCI420 Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Social Studies (1)
IV, UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: CORE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK
PROGRAMlCURRICULUMlUNIT PROPOSAL
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PI ase submit the signed fonn to the Office of the Associate Provost
fo Academic Planning and Programs, 1119 Main Administration Building, Campus.
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COllege/thool: Education
DepartmtntlProgram: Curriculum and InstructionlBachelor of Arts in Secondary Education
Type of ction (choose one):
o Curricu urn change (including informal specializations)
IJ Renaml g ofprogram orformal Area ofConcentration
o Additio
o Suspen
'deletion offormal Area ofConcentration
'delete program
0 New academic degree/award program
0 New Professional Studies award iteration
0 New Minor
X Other: Addition of area of specialization
Italics indic te that the proposed program action must be presented to the full University Senate for consideration.
Summa of Proposed Action:
All of the secondary education BA majors adhere to a common curriculum framework (see attached Secondary Education
Curricul m Framework); thus, it makes sense to consolidate the existing secondary education program options. The
departme t intends to create a single Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education by renaming the Bachelor of Arts in
Second
Education - Foreign Languages and changing it to a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education. Once the
Bachelor f Arts degree in Secondary Education is established, areas of specialization will be created for each of the
separate isciplinary tracks: Foreign Languages, English (Language Arts), and Social Studies. Internal major codes will
continue 0 be used to track the different specializations to meet state reporting demands.
This pro osal seeks to add three areas of specialization (Foreign Languages, English (Language Arts), and Social
Studies) 0 the new, renamed Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education.
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1. Dep
2. Dep
4. Dean
5. Dean
the Graduate School (if required)
6. Chair, enate PCC
7. Univer ity Senate Chair (if required)
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8. Vice
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SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
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I. S'fCONDARY EDUCATION CONTENT MAJOR REQUIREMENT: Consistent with the requirements ofthe
Maryland Redesign, all secondary education majors complete a major in the content discipline (e.g.,
students interested in teaching social studies must complete a major in history, geography, or government
and politics).
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II. S CONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - COMMON CORE: All secondary education majors complete the
fioIIowmg
. 14 cred't
IS:
EDPS 210 0 EDPS201
or EDPS 30
EDHD 413
EDHD426
EDCI463
EDCI474
Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education or Education in Contemporary
American Society or Foundations of Education
Adolescent Development
Cognition & Motivation in Reading: Reading in Content Areas
Reading in the Secondary School
Inclusion, Diversity and Professionalism in Secondary Education
3
3
3
3
2
Ill. S f;CONDARY EDUCATION PROGRAM - PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSE WORK: All secondary
education majors complete a series ofdiscipline-specific professional education courses:
ENGLIS ~ Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
.~
EDCI466 L terature for Adolescents (3)
EDCI467 T aching Writing (3)
EDCI416 C urriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: English (3)
EDCI417 Bases for English Language Instruction (3)
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.
EDCI447 Ffld ExperIence m EnglIsh Teachmg (I)
EDCI440 S dent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: English (I)
EDCI441 S dent Teaching in Secondary Schools: English (12)
FOREI N LANGUAGE Professional Education Courses (BA Degree Only)
EDCI410 C rriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (3)
EDCI433 I troduction to Foreign Language Methods (3)
EDCI438 F eld Experience in Second Language Education (1)
EDCI430 S dent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Foreign Language (1)
EDCI43I S dent Teaching in Secondary Schools: Foreign Language (12)
TICS Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI457 aching and Learning Middle School Mathematics (3)
EDCI455 ethods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools (3)
EDCI355 F eld Experience in Secondary Mathematics Education (1)
EDCI450 S dent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Mathematics (1)
EDCI451 S dent Teaching in Secondary Schools: Mathematics (12)
SCIENC Professional Education Courses (BS Degree Only)
EDCI411 nowledge, Reasoning, and Learning in Science (3)
EDCI375 F"eld Experience in Science Education (1)
EDCI470 earning and Teaching in Science (3)
EDCI471
dent Teaching in Secondary Schools: Science (12)
EDCI480 tactices in Secondary School Science Teaching (2)
SOCIA~. STUDIES Professional Education Courses (BS or BA Degree, depending on content major)
EDCI426
EDCI427
EDCI428
EDCI421
EDCI420
IV.
aterials & Resources in Social Studies (3)
urriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Social Studies (3)
ield Experience in Secondary Social Studies Teaching (I)
tudent Teaching in Secondary Schools: Social Studies (12)
tudent Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Social Studies (1)
'NIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: CORE LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND INSTITUTION PROPOSAL FOR
New Instructional Program
Substantial Expansion/Major Modification
Cooperative
Degree Program
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University of Maryland, College Park
Institution Submitting Proposal
Secondary Education
Title of Proposed Program
Bachelor of ArtsIBachelor of Science
Degree to be Awarded
Fall 2010
Projected Implementation Date
080300
Proposed HEGIS Code
13.1205
Proposed CIP Code
Department of Curriculum and Instruction,
College of Education
Department in which program will be located
Dr. Kathleen Angeletti, Assistant Dean
301-405-2358
Contact Phone Number
[email protected]
Contact E-Mail Address
Department Contact
October 21, 2010
Date
nee
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I. Rationale for the Program
This proposal is a component of a larger proposal to reorganize our Secondary Education majors
into one general Secondary Education major. The first part of the proposal is to change the name
of our Bachelor’s program in Secondary Education Mathematics to the more general title of
Secondary Education. Our goal with this larger proposal is to offer a general Secondary
Education Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts degree instead of the existing thematic Bachelor
degree programs that we now offer in Secondary Education-English-Language Arts; Foreign
Languages; Social Studies, Mathematics; and Science, all of which we propose to discontinue as
part of the larger proposal. The proposal presented in this document is to convert these existing
thematic degree areas into Areas of Concentration within the general Secondary Education
program. There will be no substantial changes to the curricula. This proposal is simply to
reorganize the current Secondary Education offerings under one program with Areas of
Concentration in English, Foreign Languages, Social Studies, Mathematics, and Science. The
overall effect of this proposal will be to streamline and simplify the Secondary Education major
offerings for prospective students, an effort that we believe will contribute to the University of
Maryland goal of preparing future high school teachers for the State of Maryland.
II. Educational objectives of the Secondary Education degree
As is the case with the University’s current Secondary Education programs, the educational
objectives will be as follows:
The program in Secondary Education will lead to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of
Arts degree and will prepare teachers in various subject areas for teaching in middle schools and
secondary schools, grades 7-12. Along with the Secondary Education major, students must also
double-major in a separate content area. The Areas of Concentration within the Secondary
Education major will build pedagogical and professional teaching knowledge within the context
of the student’s content major.
III. Description of program as it would appear in the catalog
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers an undergraduate curriculum in Secondary
Education that leads to the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree and prepares teachers
in various subject areas for teaching in middle schools and secondary schools, grades 7-12. All
Secondary Education majors are required to have an academic content major that satisfies the
requirements of the academic department and meets the standards of teacher certification.
Candidates who follow the proposed sequencing of courses can complete both majors in four
years with careful advisement and scheduling. Graduates of the Secondary Education program
meet the requirements for certification in Maryland and additional states that are affiliated with
the Interstate Reciprocity Agreement through the Maryland State Department of Education.
IV. Total number of credits and their distribution
I.
II.
III.
IV.
University General Education Requirements: 43 Credits
Secondary Education Content Major Requirement (credits vary by program)
Secondary Education Program Common Core Requirements: 14 Credits.
Secondary Education Program Area of Concentration– Professional Education
Coursework (credits vary by concentration). Students choose one of the following based
on their content major:
a. English Professional Education Courses: 26 Credits
2
b.
c.
d.
e.
Foreign Language Professional Education Courses: 26 Credits
Mathematics Professional Education Courses: 26 Credits
Science Professional Education Courses: 29 Credits
Social Science Professional Education Courses: 33 Credits
V. List of courses by title and number
Secondary Education Program Common Core Requirements: 14 Credits
Course
EDPS 210, Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education
or EDPS 201, Education in Contemporary American Society
or EDPS 301, Foundations of Education
EDHD 413, Adolescent Development
EDHD 426, Cognition & Motivation in Reading: Reading in Content Areas
EDCI 463, Reading in the Secondary School
EDCI 474, Inclusion, Diversity and Professionalism in Secondary Education
Credits
3
Total
Areas of Concentration – Professional Education Course Work (Students
choose one)
English Area of Concentration
EDCI 466, Literature for Adolescents
EDCI 467, Teaching Writing
EDCI 416, Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: English
EDCI 417, Bases for English Language Instruction
EDCI 447, Field Experience in English Teaching
EDCI 440, Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: English
EDCI 441, Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: English
Total
Foreign Language Area of Concentration
EDCI 410, Methods I: K-12 Foreign Language Methods and Technology
EDCI 433, Advanced K-12 Foreign Language Methods and Technology
EDCI 438, Field Experience in Second Language Education
EDCI 430, Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Foreign Language
EDCI 431, Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Foreign Language
400-Level Literature Courses in the Foreign Language
Total
Mathematics Area of Concentration
EDCI 457, Teaching and Learning Middle School Mathematics
EDCI 455, Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools
EDCI 355, Field Experience in Secondary Mathematics Education
EDCI 450, Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Mathematics
EDCI 451, Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Mathematics
MATH 430, Euclidean & Non-Euclidean Geometries
STAT 400, Applied Probability & Statistics I or STAT 410, Introduction to
Probability Theory
Total
Science Area of Concentration
EDCI 411, Knowledge, Reasoning, and Learning in Science
EDCI 375, Field Experience in Science Education
3
3
3
2
14
3
3
3
3
1
1
12
26
3
3
1
1
12
6
26
3
3
1
1
12
3
3
26
3
1
3
EDCI 470, Learning and Teaching in Science
EDCI 471, Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Science
EDCI 480, Practices in Secondary School Science Teaching
MATH 140, Calculus I
MATH 141, Calculus II
Total
Social Studies Area of Concentration
EDCI 426, Materials & Resources in Social Studies
EDCI 427, Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Education: Social Studies
EDCI 428, Field Experience in Secondary Social Studies Teaching
EDCI 421, Student Teaching in Secondary Schools: Social Studies
EDCI 420, Student Teaching Seminar in Secondary Education: Social Studies
ECON 201, Principle of Microeconomics
SOCY 100, Introduction to Sociology or SOCY 105, Introduction to Contemporary
Social Problems
PSYC 100, Introduction to Psychology
ANTH 240, Introduction to Anthropology or ANTH 260, Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology and Linguistics
Total
3
12
2
4
4
29
3
3
1
12
1
4
3
3
3
33
VI. Expected student learning outcomes
As is the case with the University’s current Secondary Education programs, the educational
objectives will be as follows:
1. Content knowledge: teacher candidates will have in-depth knowledge of the subject
matter that they teach as described in professional, state, and institutional standards. They will
demonstrate their knowledge through inquiry, critical analysis, and synthesis of subject.
2. Pedagogical and Professional Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions: Teacher
candidates can effectively plan classroom-based instruction or activities for their roles as
teachers. Candidates’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions are applied effectively in practice.
3. Professional Dispositions: Teacher candidates are able to work with students,
families, and communities in ways that reflect the dispositions expected of professional educators
as delineated in professional, state, and institutional standards.
VII. Faculty resources
The program will be administered by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the same
manner that the current thematic secondary education programs are administered. There will be
no changes to faculty teaching in this program as a result of this change.
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