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Education (Middle-Level) B.S.

Delivery Method: Day/Fulton Campus

Students who plan to teach grades 5-9 in Missouri complete this sequence of courses and a concentration in language arts, mathematics, social science or science.

Students interested in becoming certified to teach in other states need to follow these program requirements and be recommended for Missouri certification by the Registrar. They may then take that certification to other states. Policies vary among states.

Information on the curriculum, policies and requirements of the university’s Teacher Education Program and of its teacher certification process is available in the Teacher Education Program handbook. The handbook is posted on the Education program’s website.

*Education majors must complete all major courses, including concentration and secondary certification courses (if applicable), with a final grade of ‘C’ or better.

Course List - Total Hours: 95-98

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Course # Course Title Hours
EDU201 Multicultural Education 3
EDU211 Educational Technology I 3
EDU231 Exceptional Child 3
EDU250 Foundations 3
EDU291 Pre-Student Teaching I 1
EDU292 Pre-Student Teaching II 1
EDU311 Middle School Philosophy and Organization 3
EDU314 Middle School Curriculum and Instruction 3
EDU317 Integrated Curriculum I 3
EDU318 Integrated Curriculum II 3
EDU341 Teaching Mathematics (Elementary) 3
EDU392 Reading in the Content Area 3
EDU393 Teaching Elementary Reading 3
EDU422 Measurement & Assessment in Education 3
EDU441 Analysis and Correction 3
EDU453 Classroom Management 3
EDU492 Educational Seminar 3
EDU495 Supervised Teaching (Middle Level) 12
MAT231 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 3
PSY221 Educational Psychology 3
PSY316 Psychology of the Adolescent and the Middle-Level Child 3

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