Dec 04, 2021  
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

Education, Secondary, BS


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Teacher Candidacy Screening


All teacher candidacy requirements are completed using Taskstream. The following outline presents criteria for the teacher candidacy programs.

  1. Verification of at least 48 semester hours in order to meet PDE chapter 354.23 regulations.
  2. Verification of at least 3.00 GPA in Education, teaching area, and overall, with verification of “C” or above in education and teaching area courses taken by the time of application.
  3. Clearances: Valid PA Criminal Record Check (Act 34), PA Child Abuse Clearance (Act 151), and Federal Criminal History Record Information - FBI Fingerprinting (Act 114) indicating “no record,” as well as the Arrest/Conviction Report and Certification Form (Act 24) and TB test results.  Any citation on the Act 34, act 151 or Act 114 will result in unsuccessful screening.
  4. Passing scores on the PAPA examinations (Reading, Writing, Mathematics) or Praxis I Core Exam.
  5. Satisfactory completion of a candidacy interview process as designed and implemented by the Education Department.
  6. Completed recommendations from instructors in the following courses.

    EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives 
    EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12 
     

More specific criteria for teacher candidacy for each program is shown below.  More information is provided by the Undergraduate Program Director at scheduled meetings each semester.

Teacher Candidacy Requirements:


Basic Requirements for All Secondary Education Programs


(see further requirements for Individual Programs below)


Completion of the following courses with a minimum grade of C:

Individual Secondary Education Programs


In addition to the Basic Education Requirements outlined above, students must also meet the following concentration requirements for their program of study.  Students must complete the following courses with a minimum grade of C:

Biology

Chemistry

Citizenship with History

Citizenship with Political Science

Communication

  • ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry  (or another ENLT course at the 120 level or higher)
  • A 3-credit course in college-level English or American Literature
  • Six (6) semester hour credits of college-level mathematics at the 102 or higher level
  • Completed recommendations from instructors in any two Communication courses

English

  • ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry  (or another ENLT course at the 120 level or higher)
  • 3-credit course in college-level English or American Literature
  • Six (6) semester hour credits of college-level mathematics at the 102 or higher level
  • Completed recommendations from instructors in the following courses: ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry  and any two other English courses

General Science

Latin

  • Six (6) semester hour credits of college-level mathematics at the 102 or higher level
  • Completed recommendations from any two language courses

Mathematics

Modern Language

  • Six (6) semester hour credits of college-level mathematics at the 102 or higher level
  • Completed recommendations from any two language courses

Physics

Student Teaching Requirements


The culminating experience in the Teacher Education Program is student teaching. To apply for student teaching, the student will have: 

  • completed or be currently enrolled in all major courses required to be completed prior to student teaching (as noted on specific program guides),  
  • earned a grade of “C” or better in major courses completed prior to student teaching,  
  • earned a grade of “C” or better in teaching area courses completed prior to student teaching, 
  • obtained a GPA of 3.00 or greater in major courses, teaching area courses, and overall. 

(All major courses must be completed prior to student teaching as noted in specific program guides; not all teaching area courses must be completed before student teaching.)

Students must demonstrate that these requirements are still met at the end of the fall or spring semester of application to student teach. 

Secondary Education (Biology) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


  Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

                                                
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3  
 COGNATE  BIOL 141 - (E) (FYOC, FYDT Lab only) General Biology  — BIOL 142 - (E) (FYOC, FYDT Lab only) General Biology   4.5 4.5
 COGNATE  CHEM 112-113 - (E) General and Analytical Chemistry /CHEM 112L-113L   4.5 4.5
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1      3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy     3
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2                
    15 18

Second Year

   
 COGNATE  CHEM 232 - (E) Organic Chemistry  — CHEM 233 - (E) Organic Chemistry   3 3
 COGNATE  BIOL 349 - Plant Physiology (S)  (without Lab)   3
 GE QUAN  MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I   4  
 GE NSCI  PHYS 102 - (E) Earth Science     3
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT/ELECT – Literature/Humanities Electives 3 3
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 GE ELECT  STAT ELECT - Statistics Elective 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible     3
    16 18

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  BIOL 250 - (EPW: lab only) Microbiology (MC)  (with Lab) 5  
 COGNATE  BIOL 370 - (W: lab only) Animal Behavior (MO)  (with Lab)   4.5
 COGNATE  BIOL 375 - Evolution (MO)   3  
 COGNATE  BIOL 361 - Molecular Biology I (MC)     5
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3  
 GE ELECT  BIOL 273 - (EPW) Marine Ecology (MO)  or BIOL 473 - Estuarine Ecology (MO)  (without Lab)   3
    17 18.5

Fourth Year

                                
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 316 - Subject Methods: Mathematics/Science   1  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective5 3  
 COGNATE  BIOL 371 - (EPW: Lab only) Ecology (MO)  (without Lab) 3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3  
 GE NSCI  PHYS 120/PHYS 120L - (E) General Physics I  (with Lab) 4  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
    17 13
 

Total: 132.5 Credits

1This course must meet FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

 4Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA)

6For a second major in Biology, an additional 6.5 credits in Biology, CHEM 232L  and CHEM 233L , PHYS 121/PHYS 121L  (with Lab), and 4 elective credits in Chemistry, Math or Physics are required.


Secondary Education (Chemistry) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr

First Year

                                   
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3  
 GE NSCI  CHEM 112-113 - (E) General and Analytical Chemistry /CHEM 112L-113L   4.5 4.5
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition    3   
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1      3
 GE QUAN  MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I   4  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy     3
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT - Literature Elective 3  
 GE ELECT  MATH 221 - Calculus II     4
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    17.5 17.5

Second Year

   
 COGNATE  CHEM 232 - (E) Organic Chemistry /CHEM 232L  — CHEM 233 - (E) Organic Chemistry /CHEM 233L   4.5 4.5
 COGNATE  PHYS 140/PHYS 140L - (E) Elements of Physics I  — PHYS 141/PHYS 141L - (E) Elements of Physics II    4 4
 COGNATE  CHEM 240 - Inorganic Chemistry     3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible  — T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3 3
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE ELECT  MATH 222 - Calculus III   4  
    18.5 17.5

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  CHEM 362 - Physical Chemistry I /CHEM 362L  – CHEM 363 - Physical Chemistry II /CHEM 363L    4.5 4.5
 COGNATE  CHEM 344 - Environmental Geochemistry     3
 COGNATE  BIOL 141 - (E) (FYOC, FYDT Lab only) General Biology    3  
 COGNATE  CHEM 370 - Instrumental Analysis  — CHEM 370L - Instrumental Analysis Laboratory   3 3
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3  
    19.5 16.5

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 316 - Subject Methods: Mathematics/Science   1  
 COGNATE  CHEM 440 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry   3  
 COGNATE  CHEM 350 - General Biochemistry I   3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Electives5 6  
 GE ELECT  CHEM 493 - Undergraduate Research  — CHEM 494 - Undergraduate Research   1.5 1.5
    17.5 14.5
 

Total: 139 Credits

1 This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA).

6For a second major in Chemistry, the following are required: CHEM 330, CHEM 390 and CHEM 440L.

 


Secondary Education (Citizenship with History) Curriculum (See footnote 7 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

                             
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3  
 COGNATE  HIST 110 - (CH) History of the United States to 1877  — HIST 111 - (CH) History of the United States from Reconstruction to the Present   3 3
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition      3  
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1     3 
 GE QUAN–STAT  MATH ELECT - Mathematics Elective — STAT ELECT - Statistics Elective 3 3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
 GE NSCI  ELECT - Natural Science Elective   3
    15 15

Second Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  GEOG 134 - (S) World Regional Geography    3  
 COGNATE  HIST 290 - (EPW) The Craft of the Historian     3  
 COGNATE  PS 120 - (S) U.S. Politics: Principles & Citizenship  — PS 121 - (S) U.S. Politics: Institutions & Policy    3 3
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT - Literature Elective 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy     3
 GE HUMN  HIST 120 - (CH) Europe: 1500 to the Present  — HIST 121 - (CH) Europe: 1815 to Present   3 3
 GE NSCI  NSCI ELECT - Natural Science Elective   3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology     3
 GE ELECT  PS 135 - (S) State and Local Government     3
    18 18

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  HIST 219 - (CH,D) Modern World History   3  
 COGNATE  HIST 214 - (CH,D) History of Contemporary World Politics     3
 COGNATE  HIST ELECT – History Elective 3 3
 COGNATE  HIST ELECT – Minority History 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective   3
 GE ELECT  PS 212 - (S) International Relations   3  
    18 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching                    3
 MAJOR  EDUC 315 - Subject Methods: Citizenship/Communication/English   1                
 COGNATE  HIST ELECT – History Electives 6  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE ELECT  ECO 410 - Economic Concepts and Applications 5 3  
 GE ELECT  HIST 490 - (EPW) Seminar in History 6 3  
    16 13
 

Total: 131 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester

5Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA).

6Students may substitute the Seminar with a 300- or 400-level course with permission of the History Department Chair.

7 Secondary Education/Citizenship-History Majors will complete a second major in History.

Secondary Education (Citizenship with Political Science) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr. 

First Year

   
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3  
 COGNATE  HIST 110 - (CH) History of the United States to 1877  — HIST 111 - (CH) History of the United States from Reconstruction to the Present   3 3
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE QUAN–STAT  MATH ELECT - Mathematics Elective — PS 210 - (Q,EPW) Political Science Research   3 3
 COGNATE  PS 120 - (S) U.S. Politics: Principles & Citizenship   3  
 COGNATE  PS 121 - (S) U.S. Politics: Institutions & Policy     3
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2                 
    15 15

Second Year

                
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  GEOG 134 - (S) World Regional Geography      3
 COGNATE  PS ELECT - Political Science Elective     3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3  
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT - Literature Elective 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy      3
 GE HUMN  HIST 120 - (CH) Europe: 1500 to the Present  — HIST 121 - (CH) Europe: 1815 to Present   3 3
 GE ELECT  PS 135 - (S) State and Local Government     3
 GE NSCI  NSCI ELECT - Natural Science Elective 6  
    18 15

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  PS 313 - (D) Classical Political Ideas  or PS 314 - (D) Modern Political Ideas   3  
 COGNATE  PS 217 - Comparative Government     3
 COGNATE  PS ELECT - Political Science Electives 3 6
 COGNATE  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3  
 GE ELECT  PS 212 - (S) International Relations   3  
    18 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 315 - Subject Methods: Citizenship/Communication/English   1  
 COGNATE  PS ELECT – Political Science Electives 6  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective5 3  
 GE ELECT  ECO 410 - Economic Concepts and Applications   3  
    16 13
 

Total: 128 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in Literature, History, or Foreign Language with no more than 3 credits in Art or Music. 

6Secondary Education/Citizenship-Political Science Majors will complete a second major in Political Science.


Secondary Education (Communication) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

                                  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                
 COGNATE  COMM 110 - (S) Interpersonal Communication  or COMM 130 - History of Electronic Media                   3
 COGNATE  COMM 115 - (EPW) Writing for Communication     3
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE QUAN  ELECT - Quant. Reasoning Elective 3  
 GE PHIL–T/RS  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy  — T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3 3
 GE ELECT  ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry   3  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    15 15

Second Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  COMM ELECT - Communication Electives3 3  
 COGNATE  COMM ELECT - Communication Electives3   3
 COGNATE  ENLT ELECT - British Literature Elective 3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology     3
 GE HUMN  ENLT ELECT - American Literature Elective   3
 GE ELECT  WRTG 210 - (EPW) Advanced Composition   3  
 GE NSCI  PSYC 105 - (E) Brain and Human Nature     3
 GE QUAN  STAT ELECT - Statistics Electives 3  
 GE ELECT  COMM 210 - (EPW) Logical and Rhetorical Analysis   3  
 GE HUMN  COMM 215 - Introduction to Communication Theory     3
    18 15

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  COMM 316 - Communication Ethics   3  
 COGNATE  COMM ELECT - Communication Electives 6 3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE PHIL  ENLT ELECT - English Elective   3
 GE ELECT  ENLT ELECT - Theatre Elective   3
 GE NSCI  NSCI ELECT - Natural Science Elective 3  
    18 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 4   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 5   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR   EDUC 315 - Subject Methods: Citizenship/Communication/English   1  
 COGNATE  COMM 415 - Senior Seminar   3  
 COGNATE  ELECT - Communication Elective 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE ELECT  ENLT 462 - Literary Criticism and Theory   3  
 GE HUMN  ELECT - World Literacy Elective 3  
    16 13
 

Total: 128 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3The following classes are recommended – but not required – as options for elective choices: COMM 211 - Argumentation and Debate , COMM 214 - Small Group Communication , COMM 228 - (D) Intercultural Communication , COMM 224 - (EPW) Media Writing .

4All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

5Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester

6The course configuration allows for a minor in English with careful planning. It is the student’s responsibility to plan for a minor if one is desired.


Secondary Education (English) Curriculum (See footnote 7 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

   
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                
 COGNATE  ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry   3  
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 (FYW) Composition   3  
 GE HUMN  GE HUMN - (CL) World Literature                 3
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE QUAN  QUAN ELEC - Quantitative Elective 3  
 GE NSCI  NSCI - Natural Science Elective   3
 GE PHIL–T/RS  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy  — T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3 3
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    15 15

Second Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  ELECT – ENLT Area Requirements 6 3
 COGNATE  ENLT 220 - (CL) Shakespeare  or ENLT 341 - (CL) Shakespeare: Special Topics     3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics   3  
 GE ELECT  WRTG ELECT - 200 level WRTG3   3
 GE NSCI  NSCI - Natural Science Electives   3
 GE ELECT  STAT ELECT - Statistics Elective 3  
 GE ELECT  HUMN ELECT(other than CL)   3
    15 15

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 362 - Psycholinguistics   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  WRTG 310 - Strategies for Teaching Writing   3  
 COGNATE  ELECT - ENLT Area Requirements 3 6
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN - (CL, D) Global Anglo/Multi Ethnic American Elective   3
    18 15

Fourth Year5

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 4   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 6   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 315 - Subject Methods: Citizenship/Communication/English   1  
 COGNATE  ENLT ELECT - Theory Intensive Elective5 3  
 COGNATE  ENLT 490 - (W) Senior Seminar or ENLT 491 - (W) Senior Seminar   3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE ELECT  HUMN ELECT (other than CL) 3  
 FREE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Elective 3  
    16 13
 

Total: 122 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3 WRTG 211 , WRTG 213 , WRTG 214 , WRTG 216 , WRTG 218 , WRTG 223  or WRTG 224 .

4All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching.

5 Students who have not already done so must complete the English Department’s Theory Intensive Requirement.

6 Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

7Secondary Education/English majors will complete a second major in English. English majors at The University of Scranton are required to take at least three courses in British literature, and at least three courses in American literature. These appear above as “Area Requirements.” For further details, students should see English and Theatre Department  and/or consult their English Department advisors.


Secondary Education (General Science) Curriculum


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

                 
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                 
 COGNATE  BIOL 141 - (E) (FYOC, FYDT Lab only) General Biology  — BIOL 142 - (E) (FYOC, FYDT Lab only) General Biology   4.5 4.5
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1 3  
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12                       3
 GE QUAN  MATH 109 - (Q) Pre-Calculus Mathematics  or MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I     4
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy   3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible     3
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT - Literature Elective   3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    16.5 17.5

Second Year

   
 COGNATE  PHYS 120/PHYS 120L - (E) General Physics I  — PHYS 121/PHYS 121L - (E) General Physics II   4 4
 COGNATE  CHEM 112-113 - (E) General and Analytical Chemistry /CHEM 112L-113L   4.5 4.5
 COGNATE  STATS ELECT - Statistics Elective   3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
    14.5 14.5

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR   EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  COGNATE ELECT - Techno. Context – Environmental Context 3 3
 GE ELECT  PHIL 431 - (P) Philosophy of Science   3  
 GE NSCI  PHYS 101 - (E) The Solar System  — PHYS 102 - (E) Earth Science   3 3
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3  
 GE ELECT  ELECT - Free Elective   6
    18 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 316 - Subject Methods: Mathematics/Science   1  
 COGNATE  ELECT - Environmental Context 3  
 COGNATE  CHEM 104 - (E) Science and Society   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective5 3  
 GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Electives 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
    16 13
 

Total: 128 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement. Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester. Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4 Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5 Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA).


Secondary Education (Latin) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

               
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                
 COGNATE  LAT 211 - (CF) Intermediate Latin  — LAT 212 - (CF) Intermediate Latin   3 3
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE QUAN  MATH ELECT - Quant. Reasoning Course 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy   3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible     3
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    15 12

Second Year

   
 COGNATE  ELECT - Latin Electives 6 6
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology     3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics     3
 GE HUMN  LIT ELECT-Literature Elective – HUMN ELECT-Humanities Elective 3 3
 GE NSCI  NSCI - Natural Science Electives 3 3
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 GE ELECT  ELECT - Statistics Elective 3  
    18 18

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  ELECT - Latin Electives 6 6
 COGNATE  ELECT - Related Electives   3
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective   3
 GE ELECT  SOC 234 - (S,D) Cultural Anthropology   3  
 GE ELECT  ELECT - Open Elective 3  
    18 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 314 - Specific Subject Methods: World Languages   3  
 COGNATE  ELECT - Latin Elective 3  
 COGNATE  ELECT - Related Elective 3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN - Humanities Electives5 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE ELECT  ELECT - Latin Elective 3  
    18 13
 

Total: 130 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4 Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5 Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA).

6Program results in a second major in Latin.


Secondary Education (Mathematics) Curriculum (See footnote 7 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

   
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                  
 GE HUMN  LIT Elective - Humanities Elective 3  
 COGNATE  MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I   4  
 COGNATE  MATH 221 - Calculus II                    4
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy   3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2    
    16 13

Second Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  MATH 222 - Calculus III  — MATH 299 - (EPW) Introduction to Mathematical Proof   4 4
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology     3
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Electives 3  
 GE NSCI  PHYS 140/PHYS 140L - (E) Elements of Physics I  — PHYS 141/PHYS 141L - (E) Elements of Physics II   4 4
 GE ELECT  CMPS 134 - Computer Science I /CMPS 134L     4
 COGNATE  MATH 351 - Linear Algebra     3
    17 18

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  MATH 312 - Probability  — MATH 314 - Mathematical Statistics   3 3
 COGNATE  MATH 325 - (EPW) History and Philosophy of Mathematics  or MATH 345 - Geometry   3  
 COGNATE  MATH 446 - Real Analysis I  or MATH 448 - Modern Algebra I   3  
 COGNATE  MATH 447 - Real Analysis II  or MATH 449 - Modern Algebra II     3
 COGNATE  MATH ELECT - Math Elective (Upper Division)   3
 GE HUMN  GE HUMN - Humanities Elective   3
    15 18

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 316 - Subject Methods: Mathematics/Science   1  
 COGNATE  MATH 446 - Real Analysis I  or MATH 448 - Modern Algebra I 5 3  
 COGNATE  MATH ELECT - Math Elective (Upper Division) 3  
 COGNATE  MATH 325 - (EPW) History and Philosophy of Mathematics  or MATH 345 - Geometry   3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective6 3  
    16 13
 

Total: 126 Credits

1This course must meet FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester.

5Real Analysis I  should be taken the fall of the junior year in odd-numbered years; Modern Algebra I  should be taken in the fall of the junior year in even-numbered years.

6Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in Literature or Foreign Language with no more thatn 3 credits in Art or Music.

7Secondary Education/Mathematics will result in a second major in Mathematics.


Secondary Education (Modern Language) Curriculum (See footnote 1 and 9 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

                  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                 
 COGNATE  MLANG 211-212 Intermediate Modern Language1 3 3
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition    
 EP ELEC  EP ELEC - Eloquentia Perfecta2   3
 GE HUMN   LIT ELECT - Literature Elective (English)   3
 GE QUAN  QUAN ELECT - Quant. Reasoning Elective 3  
 GE PHIL-T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible  — PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy   3 3
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 3    
    15 15

Second Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
 COGNATE  MLANG 311-312 - Advanced Comp./Conv. I-II4 3 3
 COGNATE  COGNATE ELECT - Related Electives 3 3
 GE PHIL  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology  — PHIL 210 - Ethics   3 3
 GE HUMN  MLANG ELECT - Modern-Lang. Elective   3
 GE NSCI  NSCI ELECT - Natural Science Elective 3 3
 GE ELECT  STATS ELECT - Statistics Elective 3  
    18 15

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School   3  
 COGNATE  COGNATE ELECT - Modern Language Electives5 6 12
 GE HUMN  ELECT - Related Electives 3 3
    18 15

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 6   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 314 - Specific Subject Methods: World Languages 7 3  
 COGNATE  COGNATE ELECT - Modern Language Elective 3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
 GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Elective 6  
    18 13
 

Total: 127 Credits

1Spanish, French, German should be selected as a specialization within Modern Language (MLANG). Program results in a second major in the area of modern language chosen.

2This course must meet FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

3 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

4Students who begin their major language at the 311 level will take 6 fewer credits in the major and 6 more credits in the cognate or free area. In their second year, they will choose advanced language electives.

5Students whose specialization within Modern Language is Spanish are required to take SPAN 320 , and SPAN 321  and three of the following: SPAN 313 , SPAN 314 , SPAN 330  and/or SPAN 331 . Students whose specialization within Modern Language is French are required to take FREN 320 .

6 All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar.

7Before enrolling in EDUC 314 , students are required to pass a proficiency exam at the intermediate-high level.

9All Secondary Education MLANG Majors are strongly encouraged to study abroad for a period of at least one semester.


Secondary Education (Physics) Curriculum (See footnote 6 below)


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Spr. Cr.

First Year

   
 GE S/BH  EDUC 142 - (D,S) Exceptional Lives   3                
 COGNATE  PHYS 140/PHYS 140L - (E) Elements of Physics I  — PHYS 141/PHYS 141L - (E) Elements of Physics II   4 4
 COGNATE  MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I   4  
 GE WRTG  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3  
 EP ELECT  EP ELECT - Eloquentia Perfecta1   3
 GE QUAN  MATH 221 - Calculus II     4
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy   3  
 GE S/BH  EDUC 223 - (EPW) Educational Psychology, GR 4-12     3
 GE HUMN ELECT  LIT ELECT - Literature Elective   3
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 2                
    17 17

Second Year

   
 COGNATE  MATH 222 - Calculus III   4  
 COGNATE  PHYS 270/PHYS 270L - (EPW: Lab only) Elements of Modern Physics   4  
 COGNATE  PHYS 102 - (E) Earth Science     3
 COGNATE  PHYS 352 - Statistical and Engineering Thermodynamics     3
 COGNATE  EE 241/EE 241L - (EPW) Circuit Analysis     4
 GE ELECT  MATH 341 - Differential Equations     4
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics   3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 246 - Interdisciplinary Assessment, Grades 4-12   3  
    17 17

Third Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 370 - Inclusionary Classroom Practices, Grades 4-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 311 - Planning and Instruction, Grades 7-12   3  
 MAJOR  EDUC 371 - (EPW) Literacy Strategies in Secondary School     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 359 - (D) Introduction to English Language Learning     3
 COGNATE  PHYS 447 - Electromagnetics I  — PHYS 448 - Electromagnetics II /PHYS 448L   3 4
 GE ELECT  PHYS 350 - Applied and Engineering Mathematics     3
 GE NSCI  BIOL 101 - (E) Introduction to Biological Science   3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3  
 GE ELECT  CHEM 100 - (E) Elements of Chemistry   3  
 GE ELECT  PHYS 372 - Quantum Mechanics     3
    18 16

Fourth Year

   
 MAJOR  EDUC 475 - Professional Practice, 7-12 3   3
 MAJOR  EDUC 476 - Planning in Secondary Student Teaching 4   2
 MAJOR  EDUC 477 - Instruction in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 478 - Managing Classrooms in Secondary Student Teaching     2
 MAJOR  EDUC 479 - Professional Growth in Secondary Student Teaching     3
 MAJOR  EDUC 316 - Subject Methods: Mathematics/Science   1  
 COGNATE  PHYS 493 - Undergraduate Physics Research I /PHYS 494 - (EPW) Undergraduate Physics Research II     2
 COGNATE  ENGR 250 - Engineering Mechanics - Statics   3  
 COGNATE  PHYS 371 - Advanced Mechanics   3  
 GE HUMN ELECT  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Electives5 6  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 306 - (P) Philosophy of Education   3  
    16 15
 

Total: 133 Credits

1This course must meet the FYOC and FYDT designations for Eloquentia Perfecta.

2 The selection of a First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill requirements both for the First Year Seminar and a General Education Requirement.  Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the total credits for the semester.  Talk with your advisor if you have any questions.

3All undergraduate student teachers will be required to complete edTPA as part of the requirements for student teaching seminar. 

4 Students may complete student-teaching in the fall semester if the requirements for student-teaching are met at the beginning of the fall semester

5 Humanities Electives: Students must earn 6 credits in one humanities field: foreign language (CF), history (CH) or literature (CL). The remaining 6 credits must come from the other humanities fields, with no more than 3 credits coming from the fine arts (CA).

6 Secondary Education/Physics Majors will complete a second major in Physics.