Early Childhood And Childhood Education

Liberal Arts Concentration in: Art History, Dance, English, Environmental Studies, Foreign Language, Geography, History, Human Development (available only to the Early Childhood and Childhood major), Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Music, Natural Science, Political Science, Theatre, Urban Studies, or Women's Studies.

Block I  
INTD 203 Social Foundations of American Education

Block II  
EDUC 214 Dimensions of Teaching and Inquiry (12.5 hours of field visits)
ECED 351 Teaching Young Children (16 hours of field visits)

Block III  
(12.5 hours of field visits shared by CURR 213 and CURR 316)
CURR 213 The Reading and Writing Processes
CURR 316 Teaching Science and Math to Children
ECED 352 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (9 hours of field visits)

Block IV 

(25 hours of shared field visits)
CURR 313 Classroom Reading and Literature Programs

CURR 317 Social Studies and Curriculum Integration

Block V  

ECED 353 Curriculum Development for Young Children (16 hours of field visits)
ECED 355 Diversity and Inclusion in Early Childhood Classrooms (12.5 hours of field visits)

EDUC 326 Classroom Management in the Elementary School 
EDUC 354 Family and Community

Block VI  
ECED 331 Student Teaching-Primary
ECED 333 Student Teaching-Early Childhood

Related Requirements
PSYCH 215 Child Development
MATH 140 & MATH 141 Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I & II
H&PE 350 Health & Safety Issues in Schools


Childhood Education

Liberal Arts Concentration in: Art History, Dance, English, Environmental Studies, Foreign Language, Geography, History, Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Music, Natural Science, Political Science, Theatre, Urban Studies, or Women's Studies.

Block I  
INTD 203 Social Foundations of American Education

Block II  
EDUC 214 Dimensions of Teaching and Inquiry (12.5 hours of field visits)

Block III  
(12.5 hours of shared field visits)
CURR 213 The Reading and Writing Processes
CURR 316 Teaching Science and Math to Children

Block IV  
(25 hours of shared  field visits)
CURR 313 Reading and Literature Programs
CURR 317 Social Studies and Curriculum Integration

Block V  
(25 hours of shared field visits)
EDUC 326 Classroom Management
EDUC 354 Family and Community
SPED 319 Diversity and Inclusion in Classrooms

Block VI  
EDUC 331 Student Teaching-Primary
EDUC 332 Student Teaching-Intermediate

Related Requirements
PSYCH 215 Child Development
MATH 140 & MATH 141 Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I & II
H&PE 350 Health & Safety Issues in Schools


Childhood with Special Education

Liberal Arts Concentration in: Art History, Dance, English, Environmental Studies, Foreign Language, Geography, History, Latin American Studies, Mathematics, Music, Natural Science, Political Science, Theatre, Urban Studies, or Women's Studies.

Block I  
INTD 203 Social Foundations of American Education
SPED 231 Introduction to Special Education

Block II  
SPED 234 Instructional Strategies and Inquiry in Special Education (25 hours of field visits)

Block III 
(12.5 hours of shared field visits)
CURR 213 The Reading and Writing Processes
CURR 316 Teaching Science and Math to Children

Block IV  
(25 hours of field visits shared by CURR 313 and CURR 317)
CURR 313 Reading and Literature Programs
CURR 317 Social Studies and Curriculum Integration
CURR 320 Arts and Career Education (12.5 hours of field visits)
SPED 383 Special Education Classroom Management Skills

Block V  
(25 hours of field visits shared by EDUC 354 and SPED 382)
EDUC 354 Family and Community
SPED 382 Assessment Strategies and Prescriptive Teaching for Students with Disabilities
SPED 385 Team Approaches to Education of Individuals with Disabilities

Block VI  
EDUC 331 or 332 Student Teaching-Primary or Intermediate
SPED 391 Student Teaching-Special Education-Mild Disabilities

Related Requirements
PSYCH 215 Child Development
MATH 140 & MATH 141 Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I & II
H&PE 350 Health & Safety Issues in Schools


Adolescence Education

Liberal Arts major in: Biology, Chemistry, English, Foreign Languages (French or Spanish), Geological Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, or Social Studies (Anthropology, Economic, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology).

Block I  
INTD 203 Social Foundations of American Education

Block II  
EDUC 204 Dimensions of Teaching and Inquiry (fall semester only)
SPED 205 Teaching Secondary Learners with Special Needs (fall semester only)

Block III  
INTD 300 or 301 (for French, FREN 320; for Spanish, SPAN 320) Topics in Secondary Education  (Workshop in French or Workshop in Spanish) (spring semester only)
INTD 302 Methods and Materials in Secondary Education (spring semester only)

Block IV  
EDUC 303 Field Experience
EDUC 340 Student Teaching-Middle School Education
EDUC 350 Student Teaching-High School Education

Related Requirements
PSYCH 216 Adolescent Development
EDUC 215 Foundations of Literacy in the Secondary School
H&PE 350 Health & Safety Issues in Schools

Requirements for all programs:

Infectious Control Seminar (Blood Borne Pathogens) held two times per semester; students are notified through campus e-mail

Child Abuse Seminar held as part of H&PE 350 as well as one time per academic year outside of H&PE 350; students are notified through campus e-mail

SAVE Seminar held as part of H&PE 350 as well as one time per academic year outside of H&PE 350; students are notified through campus e-mail

Dignity for All Students Act held as part of H&PE 350 as well as a separate seminar outside of H&PE 350; students are notified through campus e-mail