Recommended Academic Plan
Childhood and Early Adolescent Education (PK-4 Option)
|ENGL 015 (GWS) (ETM)||3|
|Biological Science Selection (GN) (ETM)||3|
|HD FS 229 (GS) (ETM)||3|
|Math 200 (ETM)||3|
|Literature (ETM) (GH)||3|
|Economic Geog (GS) GEOG 030, 126, or 123||3|
|U.S. History Selection (ETM)||3|
|EDPSY 014 (ETM)||3|
|CI 295A (ETM)||3|
|Physical Science Selection (GN)||3|
|EDPSY 101 or STAT 100 or STAT 200||3|
|CAS 100 (GA)||3|
|Earth Science Selection (GN)||3|
|Family & Relationships Selection||3|
|Arts Selection (GA)||3|
|Engl 202 A or B||3|
|LL ED 400||3|
|LL ED 401||3|
|LL ED 402||3|
|CI 297 A||1|
|SS ED 430W||3|
|CI 495 B||3|
|No additional coursework permitted during student teaching|
Bold type indicates courses requiring a grade of C or higher.
Italic Bold type indicate courses requiring a grade of C or higher that satisfy both major and General Education requirements.
GWS, GHA, GQ, GN, GA, GH and GS are codes used to identify General Education requirements.
Must complete at least 3 credits of United States (US) and 3 credits of International Cultures (IL).
W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy the University's Writing Across the Curriculum requirement.
ETM notes a course is required for entrance to major/certification program.
At least one "GN" selection must include a lab.
Summer study could reduce some of the credit loads above.
Academic Advising Notes:
The course series listed above is only one of many possible ways to move through this curriculum. Please be sure to also use the curriculum checksheets and degree audits as well as consult with an adviser about appropriate scheduling sequences, clearances for field experiences and PRAXIS requirements.
MATH 200 and any 3 credits of GQ are accepted for ETM.
For more information:
Dr. Leigh A. Haefner
Associate Professor of Science Education, CEAED Program Coordinator
Education, Human Development, and Social Sciences
Office: 229 Hawthorn Building