Bachelor of Science in Education- Early Childhood/Late Childhood (K-6, Elementary Education)

Majors in Early Childhood/Late Childhood (K-6) devote the greater portion of their work during the first two years to a broad general education. The work of the last two years consists of continued academic coursework at the upper level and professional courses and experiences. The candidate’s profes­sional education program culminates in the senior year with the professional semester, a 17-hour block which includes off-campus student teaching.

Candidates working toward licensure in Early Child­hood/Late Childhood (K-6) who wish to add a second teaching field in middle level education, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), or special education will find those listings under the heading Second Teaching Fields. For additional informa­tion contact the appropriate department.

 

General Education Components

COMM 207, ENGL 101, ENGL 190 OR ENGL 299, MATH 204, BIOL 113 OR BIOL 111 and BIOL 112, PHYS 171 and PHYS 172 OR CHEM 105 and CHEM 106, SOC 100, POLS 101, GEOG 106 OR GEOG 300, PSYCH 155, FCS 203 OR FCS 301 OR HHP 150 OR NURS 303, HIST 101 OR HIST 102 OR HIST 201 OR HIST 202 are general education content core curriculum of 33-36 hours.  A 2.75 GPA in this content core is required for admission to Teacher Education.