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Middle School Education (5-9) - 83 to 92 Credits (56 Core Credits and 27 to 36 Credits of selected concentration.) 1920 Catalog
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**Students are required to have 122 distinct credits for graduation**


Education majors must complete all major courses, including concentration and secondary certification courses (if applicable), with a final grade of ‘C’ or better. *Students must have applied and received admission to the Teacher Education Program in order to take 400 level courses. Please speak with your advisor or the department of education if you have questions. **Students interested in teaching Middle Level Education must complete a concentration in an eligible academic area. William Woods University has received approval for the following concentrations: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Science.


Concentration (if applicable)
Concentration:

Required Courses: 56.00 credits

Course Course Title Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
EDU 201 Multicultural Education -D 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 311 Middle School Philosophy and Organi 3.00
EDU 314 Middle School Curriculum & Instruct 3.00
EDU 392 Reading & Wrtng in the Content Area 3.00
EDU 393 Teaching Reading and Writing 3.00
* EDU 395 Intermediate Clinical Experience 3.00
* EDU 422 Measurement & Assessment in Eductn 3.00
* EDU 441 Student Centered Reading & Writing 3.00
* EDU 453 Classroom Management 3.00
* EDU 492 Educational Seminar 3.00
* EDU 495 Supervised Teaching (Middle Level) 9.00
PSY 221 Educational Psychology -S 3.00
PSY 226 Child and Adolescent Development -S 3.00

Concentration Requirements: 27.00 - 33.00 credits

Course Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Language Arts Concentration - 30 Credits 30.00
EDU 317 Teaching Language Arts & Children's Literature 3.00
ENG 201 World Masterpieces I -L 3.00
ENG 202 World Masterpieces II -L 3.00
ENG 205 English Literature I -L 3.00
ENG 206 English Literature II -L 3.00
ENG 218 Introduction to Creative Writing -L 3.00
ENG 238 American Literature I -L 3.00
ENG 239 American Literature II-L 3.00
ENG 301 Grammar and Syntax 3.00
ENG 412 Compositn for Prospective Teachers 3.00
Concentration Notes:

Electives for Language Arts Concentration - 30 Credits

Course Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Mathematics Concentration - 27 Credits 27.00
EDU 341 Teaching Mathematics 3.00
MAT 114 Elementary Statistics -M 3.00
MAT 118 College Algebra -M 3.00
MAT 124 Calculus I -M 5.00
MAT 214 Calculus II 4.00
MAT 231 Understanding Mathematics for Tchrs 3.00
MAT 314 Higher Geometry 3.00
MAT 423 Theory of Numbers 3.00
Concentration Notes:

Electives for Mathematics Concentration - 27 Credits

Course Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Science Concentration - 29 Credits 29.00
BIO 114 General Biology I -N 4.00
BIO 115 or BIO 116 Gen Bio I Lab or Gen Bio I Lab for Transfer students 0.00 or 1.00
BIO 124 General Biology II -N 4.00
BIO 125 Gen Bio II Lab 0.00
BIO 209 Intr To Environmental Science -N 3.00
CHM 114 General Chemistry I -N 4.00
CHM 115 or CHM 116 General Chemistry I Lab or General Chemistry I Lab transfer st 0.00 or 1.00
CHM 124 General Chemistry II -N 4.00
CHM 125 General Chemistry II Lab 0.00
EDU 319 Teaching Science in the Elementary/Middle Grades 3.00
PHY 201 Physics I -N 4.00
PHY 202 or PHY 203 Physics I Lab or Physics I Lab for transfer students 0.00 or 1.00
SCI 230 Earth Science Lecture -N 3.00
Concentration Notes:

Electives for Science Concentration - 29 Credits

Course Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Social Science Concentration - 33 Credits 33.00
ECN 251 Macroeconomics -S 3.00
ECN 252 Microeconomics -S 3.00
EDU 318 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary/Middle Grades 3.00
GEO 201 Regions & Nations of the World I -D 3.00
GEO 202 Regions & Nations of the Wrld II -D 3.00
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 314 Teaching History -H 3.00
PLS 105 Politics and Government -S 3.00
Concentration Notes:

Electives for Social Science Concentration - 33 Credits


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