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Educational Studies - 41 Credits (32 Credits - Core and 9 Credits - Selected Education Area) 1718 Catalog
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**Students are required to have 122 distinct credits for graduation**


*Does not lead to state certification.


Required Courses: 32.00 credits

Course Course Title Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
EDU 201 Multicultural Education 3.00
EDU 211 Educational Technology I 3.00
EDU 231 Exceptional Child 3.00
EDU 250 Foundations of Education 3.00
EDU 291 Beginning Clinical Experience 2.00
EDU 392 Reading & Wrtng in the Content Area 3.00
EDU 395 Intermediate Clinical Experience 3.00
EDU 422 Measurement & Assessment in Eductn 3.00
EDU 453 Classroom Management 3.00
PSY 221 Educational Psychology -S 3.00
PSY 226 Child and Adolescent Development -S 3.00

Required Electives: 0.00 - 9.00 credits

Course Hours Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Required Electives - 9 Credits (Must complete 9 Credits in one selected education area) 0.00
Elective Notes:
Elementary Education Courses - 9 hours 9.00
EDU 317 Teaching Language Arts & Children's Literature 3.00
EDU 318 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary/Middle Grades 3.00
PED 352 Instrctnl Techniques in Health K-12 3.00
Elective Notes:
Secondary Education Options 0.00
Elective Notes:
English Education Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 9.00
COM 312 Screenplay Analysis and Treatment 3.00
ENG 300 Independent Study 3.00
ENG 301 Grammar and Syntax 3.00
ENG 302 Technical Writing 3.00
ENG 316 Special Topics in Film 3.00
ENG 319 History of the English Language 3.00
ENG 320 Shakespeare 3.00
ENG 327 Film Theory and Criticism 3.00
ENG 328 Theory and Criticism of Literature 3.00
ENG 338 American Literature I 3.00
ENG 339 American Literature II 3.00
ENG 345 Grant Writing 3.00
ENG 366 Interdisciplinary Honors Studies 3.00
ENG 373 Major Authors 3.00
ENG 390 ENG Internship I 3.00
ENG 400 Advanced Projects 3.00
ENG 406 Topics in Contemporary Writing 3.00
ENG 408 ADVANCED PUBLICATIONS & PROMOTIONS 3.00
ENG 411 Rhetorical Analysis and Criticism 3.00
ENG 412 Compositn for Prospective Teachers 3.00
ENG 414 Shakespeare 3.00
ENG 418 Methods of Teaching 3.00
ENG 440 Senior Seminar 3.00
ENG 451 ENG Internship II 3.00
Elective Notes:
Social Science Edcuation Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 9.00
HIS 300 Independent Study 3.00
HIS 310 Daughters of Liberty, Sufferagists, and Feminists: The Story of Women in America 3.00
HIS 314 Teaching History -H 3.00
HIS 316 Built Environment in American History 3.00
HIS 321 The rise and fall of Empires: Europe from the French Revolution to World War I 3.00
HIS 340 God's & Gladiators: The Epic of the Ancient World 3.00
HIS 341 Cold War 3.00
HIS 353 World War II-H 3.00
HIS 366 Interdisciplinary Honors Studies 3.00
HIS 370 Renaissance and Reformation -H 3.00
HIS 390 HIS Internship I 3.00
HIS 400 Advanced Projects 3.00
HIS 418 HIS Methods of Teaching 3.00
HIS 423 Senior Seminar 3.00
HIS 451 HIS Internship II 3.00
HIS 452 HIS Internship III 6.00
Elective Notes:
Physical Education Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 9.00
EXS 303 Prevention/Care Athletic Injuries 3.00
EXS 314 Motor Learning and Development 3.00
EXS 321 Kinesiology 3.00
EXS 322 Exercise Physiology 3.00
EXS 350 Adapted Physical Education 3.00
EXS 422 Measurement and Assessment 3.00
PED 352 Instrctnl Techniques in Health K-12 3.00
PED 418 Methods of P.E. (6-12) 3.00
SMG 406 Management of Athletics 3.00
Elective Notes:
Biology Education Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 8.00
BIO 300 Independent Study 3.00
BIO 313 Human Anatomy/Physiology I 4.00
BIO 314 Human Anatomy/Physiology I Lab 0.00
BIO 317 Comparative Vertebrate Anat/Phys 4.00
BIO 318 Comparative Vertebrt Anat/Phys La 0.00
BIO 323 Human Anatomy/Physiology II 4.00
BIO 324 Human Anatomy/Physiology II Lab 0.00
BIO 330 Ecology 4.00
BIO 331 Ecology Lab 0.00
BIO 400 Advanced Project 3.00
BIO 401 Evolution 3.00
BIO 405 Cell & Molecular Biology 4.00
BIO 406 Cell & Molecular Biology Lab 0.00
BIO 409 Conservation Biology 3.00
BIO 413 Immunology 3.00
BIO 414 Molecular Biotechnology 4.00
BIO 415 Molecular Biotechnology Lab 0.00
BIO 418 BIO Methods of Teaching 3.00
BIO 430 Tropical Ecology 4.00
BIO 431 Tropical Ecology Lab 0.00
BIO 450 Biology Practicum 1.00
CHM 314 Organic Chemistry I 4.00
CHM 315 Organic Chemistry I Lab 0.00
CHM 324 Organic Chemistry II 4.00
CHM 325 Organic Chemistry II Lab 0.00
CHM 440 Biochemistry 4.00
CHM 441 Biochemistry Lab 0.00
Elective Notes:
Art Education Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 9.00
ART 300 Independent Study 3.00
ART 303 Intermediate Graphic Design 3.00
ART 306 Painting III 3.00
ART 307 Painting IV 3.00
ART 308 Sculpture III 3.00
ART 309 Sculpture IV 3.00
ART 310 Drawing III 3.00
ART 311 Drawing IV 3.00
ART 312 Printmaking III 3.00
ART 313 Printmaking IV 3.00
ART 322 Ceramics III 3.00
ART 323 Ceramics IV 3.00
ART 326 Studio Photography 3.00
ART 331 Modern and Contemporary Art 3.00
ART 332 Publication Design 3.00
ART 334 Survey of Interiors I 3.00
ART 346 Digital Art 3.00
ART 366 Interdisciplinary Honors Studies 3.00
ART 387 THE WORLD OF RENAISSANCE 4.00
ART 390 ART Internship I 3.00
ART 391 ART Internship (1 credit) 1.00
ART 400 Advanced Projects 3.00
ART 418 ART Methods of Teaching 3.00
ART 432 Real World Graphic Design Studio 3.00
ART 451 ART Internship II 3.00
ART 452 ART Internship III 6.00
ART 470 Senior Practicum 3.00
Elective Notes:
Speech & Theatre Education Courses - 9 Credits (Must complete at least 6 Upper Level Credits) 9.00
COM 312 Screenplay Analysis and Treatment 3.00
COM 320 Communication Theory 3.00
COM 330 Communication Law 3.00
COM 332 Advanced Production & Cinematogrphy 3.00
COM 335 Public Affairs Reporting 3.00
COM 337 Interactive Web Communication 3.00
COM 366 Interdisciplinary Honors Studies 3.00
COM 373 Announcing and Reporting I 3.00
COM 383 Announcing and Reporting II 3.00
COM 390 COM Internship I 3.00
COM 400 Advanced Projects 3.00
COM 415 Feature Writing & Magazine 3.00
COM 432 Advanced Editing and Post Productn 3.00
COM 434 Visionary Leadership 3.00
COM 449 Advanced Digital Video/Film Prodtn 3.00
COM 451 COM Internship II 3.00
COM 452 COM Internship III 6.00
COM 460 CAPSTONE COURSE 3.00
COM 499 Senior Seminar 3.00
THA 300 Independent Study 3.00
THA 310 Acting for the Camera 3.00
THA 331 Stage Lighting 3.00
THA 341 HIST OF COST II 3.00
THA 354 Acting II: Scene Study 3.00
THA 362 Theatre History I -A 3.00
THA 363 Theatre History II -A 3.00
THA 366 Interdisciplinary Honors Studies 3.00
THA 390 THA Internship I 3.00
THA 392 FIELD EXPERIENCE 3.00
THA 400 Advanced Projects 3.00
THA 418 THA Methods of Teaching 3.00
THA 451 THA Internship II 3.00
THA 452 THA Internship III 6.00
THA 454 Acting III: Period Style 3.00
THA 470 Directing 3.00
THA 499 Senior Project 3.00
Elective Notes:
COM/THA Lower Level Courses 0.00
COM 101 Intro To Speech Communication -C 3.00
COM 105 Voice & Diction -C 3.00
COM 110 Beginning Media Writing 3.00
COM 150 Survey of Production Techniques 3.00
COM 190 Introduction to Mass Media 3.00
COM 200 Introductory Projects 3.00
COM 203 Interpersonal Communication 3.00
COM 204 Introduction to Leadership 1.00
COM 207 Radio Broadcasting 1.00
COM 209 Argumentation and Debate -T 3.00
COM 213 Gender Communications 3.00
COM 214 Sport Communication 3.00
COM 220 Logic and Persuasion -T 3.00
COM 224 Equine Production 3.00
COM 231 Fundamentals of Film Making 3.00
COM 250 Ethics in Sexuality -E 3.00
COM 251 Oral Interpretation of Literature 3.00
THA 110 Introduction to Theatre -A 3.00
THA 115 Theatre Dance: Jazz and Tap 1.00
THA 116 Theatre Dance: Modern 1.00
THA 117 Theatre Dance: Ballet 1.00
THA 120 Introduction to Stagecraft -A 1.00
THA 125 Costuming Practicum -A 1.00
THA 126 Technical Practicum -A 1.00
THA 151 Theatre Performance Practicum -A 1.00
THA 200 Introductory Projects 3.00
THA 210 Dance Movement I -A 3.00
THA 211 Dance Movement II -A 3.00
THA 231 Makeup for the Stage -A 3.00
THA 232 Stage Management 3.00
THA 234 Stagecraft -A 3.00
THA 240 Stage Combat -A 3.00
THA 250 Survey of American Muscl Theatre -A 3.00
THA 251 ORAL INTERP LIT 3.00
THA 255 Acting I Basic Skills -A 3.00
Elective Notes:
ENG Lower Level Courses 0.00
ENG 200 Introductory Projects 3.00
ENG 201 World Masterpieces I -L 3.00
ENG 202 World Masterpieces II -L 3.00
ENG 203 Journalism I: Newswriting 3.00
ENG 204 Jou II: Editing/Makeup 3.00
ENG 205 English Literature I -L 3.00
ENG 206 English Literature II -L 3.00
ENG 208 PUBLICAT & PROMOTIONS 3.00
ENG 210 Introduction to Film Studies -L 3.00
ENG 213 Newspaper Lab I 1.00
ENG 214 Newspaper Lab II 1.00
ENG 215 Film Genres -L 3.00
ENG 218 Introduction to Creative Writing -L 3.00
ENG 222 Introduction to Rhetoric -L 3.00
ENG 226 Young Adult Literature -L 3.00
ENG 234 Shakespeare and the Devil -L 3.00
ENG 238 American Literature I -L 3.00
ENG 239 American Literature II-L 3.00
ENG 248 World Literature 1600 3.00
ENG 249 World Lit Since 1600 3.00
ENG 270 EXPOSITORY WRITING 3.00
ENG 280 Introduction to Literature -L 3.00
Elective Notes:
Social Science Lower Level Electives 0.00
HIS 101 Dawn and Rebirth: A History of the World to 1500 3.00
HIS 102 Industry, Ideology, and War: A History of the World since 1500 3.00
HIS 103 Early America and the United States: Colonization, Revolution, and Civil War 3.00
HIS 104 Modern US History: From Reconstruction to Superpower 3.00
HIS 200 Introductory Projects 3.00
HIS 214 The Horse in History 3.00
HIS 215 Native America -H 3.00
HIS 216 From Slavery to Freedom to Civil Rights: The African American Experience 3.00
HIS 226 Manifest Destiny, Borderlands, and the American Frontier: A History of the West 3.00
HIS 231 WOMEN IN AMERICA 3.00
HIS 260 BIRTH,DEATH & IMMORTAL I 3.00
HIS 261 BIRTH,DEATH & IMMORTAL II 3.00
HIS 287 WORLD OF RENAISSANCE 4.00
Elective Notes:
PED Lower Level Courses 0.00
EHP 201 Weight Control & Conditioning 3.00
EXS 205 Introductn to Anatomy/Physiology -N 3.00
EXS 220 Social Science in Sport 3.00
PED 108 Outdoor Adventure Activities 2.00
PED 123 Folk and Square Dancing 1.00
PED 135 Team Sports 1.00
PED 136 Individual and Dual Sports 1.00
PED 137 Flexibility and Stretching 1.00
PED 142 Beginning Golf 1.00
PED 250 History and Philosophy of Teaching Physical Education and Movement Concepts 3.00
Elective Notes:
BIO Lower Level Courses 0.00
BIO 105 Introduction to Biological Princ -N 4.00
BIO 106 Intro To Bio Lab 0.00
BIO 114 General Biology I -N 4.00
BIO 115 Gen Bio I Lab 0.00
BIO 124 Gen Biology II -N 4.00
BIO 125 Gen Bio II Lab 0.00
BIO 209 Intr To Environmental Science -N 3.00
BIO 224 Contemporary Topics in Biology -N 3.00
BIO 231 Genetics 4.00
BIO 232 Genetics Lab 0.00
Elective Notes:
ART Lower Level Courses 0.00
ART 101 Introduction To Art -A 3.00
ART 105 Basic Design -A 3.00
ART 110 Drawing I -A 3.00
ART 111 Drawing II 3.00
ART 115 Color and Light -A 3.00
ART 120 Art Appreciation -A 3.00
ART 200 Introductory Project 3.00
ART 202 Fundamentals of Graphic Design 3.00
ART 203 Art Applications 3.00
ART 206 Painting I -A 3.00
ART 207 Painting II 3.00
ART 208 Sculpture I 3.00
ART 209 Sculpture II 3.00
ART 210 Portfolio Development 1.00
ART 212 Printmaking I 3.00
ART 213 Printmaking II 3.00
ART 215 Weaving & Fiber Arts I -A 3.00
ART 216 Weaving & Fiber Arts II 3.00
ART 217 Textiles 3.00
ART 220 Water-based Painting I -A 3.00
ART 221 Water-based Painting II 3.00
ART 222 Ceramics I -A 3.00
ART 223 Ceramics II -A 3.00
ART 230 Survey Of Western Art I -A 3.00
ART 231 Survey of Western Art II -A 3.00
ART 233 Women, Art & Society -A 3.00
ART 256 Digital Imaging 3.00
ART 282 Teaching Art in Elementary School 3.00
Elective Notes:

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Academic Catalog 17-18