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Speech & Theatre Education (9-12) - 98 Credits 2122 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.


Required Courses: 36.00 credits

Course Course Title Credit Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
COM 101 Intro To Speech Communication -C 3.00
COM 105 Voice & Diction -C 3.00
COM 190 Media & Mass Communication 3.00
COM 209 Argumentation and Debate -T 3.00
COM 320 Communication Theory 3.00
COM 330 Media Law & The First Amendment 3.00
THA 110 Introduction to Theatre -A 3.00
THA 234 Stagecraft 3.00
THA 255 Acting I Basic Skills -A 3.00
THA 331 Lighting for Stage and Set 3.00
THA 362 Theatre History I 3.00
THA 470 Directing 3.00

Required Electives: 9.00 - 53.00 credits

Course Hours Semester Completed Grade Earned Substitutions
Speech/Theatre/Mass Communications Elective - 9 Credits 9.00
COM 110 Writing for Multimedia 3.00
COM 150 Visual Communication & Design 3.00
COM 200 Introductory Projects 3.00
COM 207 Radio Broadcasting 1.00
COM 220 Logic and Persuasion -T 3.00
COM 251 Oral Interpretation of Literature 3.00
COM 270 Persuasive Campaigns -T 3.00
COM 303 Interpersonal Communication 3.00
COM 316 Small Group Leadership 3.00
COM 323 Gender Communications 3.00
COM 335 Public Affairs Reporting 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 449 Advanced Digital Video/Film Prodtn 3.00
COM 451 COM Internship II 3.00
COM 452 COM Internship III 6.00
COM 499 Senior Seminar 3.00
ENG 414 Shakespeare 3.00
THA 210 Dance Movement I -A 3.00
THA 211 Dance Movement II -A 3.00
THA 231 Makeup for Stage and Film 3.00
THA 232 Stage/Set Management 3.00
THA 354 Acting II: Scene Study 3.00
THA 363 Theatre History II 3.00
THA 454 Acting III: Period Style 3.00
Elective Notes:
Required Professional Education Courses - 53 Credits 53.00
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 392 Reading & Wrtng in the Content Area 3.00
* EDU 395 Intermediate Clinical Experience 3.00
* EDU 422 Measurement & Assessment in Education 3.00
* EDU 441 Student Centered Reading & Writing 3.00
* EDU 453 Classroom Management 3.00
* EDU 492 Educational Seminar 3.00
* EDU 499 Supervised Teaching (Secondary) 9.00
PSY 221 Educational Psychology -S 3.00
PSY 226 Child and Adolescent Development -S 3.00
THA 418 THA Methods of Teaching 3.00
Elective Notes:
*Students must have applied and received admission to the Teacher Education Program in order to take denoted Upper Level courses. Please speak with your advisor or the department of education if you have questions.

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