Major Four Year Plans
The College of Education confers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) depending on the amount of liberal arts study included in a particular degree program. Minimum requirements for graduation are 120 semester hours. Some majors require more than 120 credits. In addition to the university's general education requirements and the specific requirements for each program, the College of Education requires that all teacher education majors complete a Foundations of Education course and, depending upon the teacher education major, six to twelve semester hours of reading course requirements. Unless otherwise stated a grade of 'C-' or better is required in all pre-professional and professional course work required for the major. An overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.75 must be maintained after admission to the Professional Teacher Education programs. A grade of "S" is required in the student teaching internship.
|4 Year Plans and Benchmarks|
|Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education|
|Middle School Math and Science Education|
|Secondary Math Education|
Secondary Science Education
Secondary Social Studies Education
World Languages Education
|Art Education (P-12th Grade)|
|Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education (P-3rd Grade)|
|Elementary Education (1st-6th Grade)|
|Middle School Math and Science Education (4th-9th Grade)|
Secondary English Education (7th-12th Grade)
|Secondary Math Education (7th-12th Grade)|
|Secondary Science Education (7th-12th Grade)|
|Secondary Social Studies Education (7th-12th Grade)|
|Special Education (1st - 8th Grade)|
World Languages Education (P-12th Grade)
Students in the pre-professional Education majors must apply to their respective professional teacher education programs. The application process for the professional programs will vary depending on the Education major. Students must be fully admitted to their professional education program upon completion of 60 credits. Transfer students that matriculate to the University with advanced credit (e.g. 60 credits or more) will be given two semesters to meet these requirements.
For more information about our programs and requirements please contact our advisors.