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Option Family and Consumer Sciences Teaching Undergraduate Option  

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This option is offered within the following major(s):
Education - College of Education



This option is for students wanting to earn a bachelor’s degree in Education and qualify for an Oregon Teaching License to teach Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) at the middle school (grades 6–9) and/or high school (grades 9–12) levels.



Family and Consumer Science students are encouraged to add an optional, but highly recommended, Career and Technical Education (CTE) Endorsement. This endorsement can be added during or after the degree program so one can begin working on it at any time. The following CTE endorsements are compatible with Family and Consumer Sciences:

  1. Hospitality and Tourism (food, hotel, etc.)
  2. Human Services (counseling, personal finance, childcare, care of disabled, personal health and fitness, etc.)
  3. Education and Related Fields (preschool, teacher, administration in education-related fields, training and other)

The CTE Endorsement is earned with 1,800 hours in the industry at one workplace or 600 hours working in a variety of work settings including job shadows, internships, volunteer work and paid work.

Check with the Double Degree Advisor for more information about how to add this endorsement.

Pre-Education Level

Students at this level will be taking general education prerequisite course work and required content course work. Students at this level will be taking general education prerequisite courses and required content course work.

Note: Pre-Education students should meet with the Double Degree Advisor at least once a year in order to ensure they are on track to meet the prerequisite and content mastery requirements prior to applying to the Professional Level.

Pre-Education General Course Work (18 credits)

Completed prior to Professional Level:
ED 216. *Purpose, Structure and Function of Education in a Democracy (3)
ED 219. Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3)
ED 253. Learning Across the Lifespan (3) (Not required if you have taken HDFS 311, 313 and 314 with a 3.0 or higher GPA)
ED 309. Field Practicum (3) (Can be waived with 60 hours supervised/documented volunteer service)
ED 472. Foundations of ESOL Education (3) 
ED 479. Linguistics for  Teachers (3) Prerequisite ED 472

Family and Consumer Science Content Requirements (33–37 credits)

To be completed prior to beginning the Professional Level. Most of these courses will also meet the student's first degree requirements. Students will most likely be earning a degree in HDFS, Nutrition (Dietetics or food systems management), DHE, or Public Health.


Standard 1. Career, Community, and Family Connections (3–4 credits)

Choose 1 course from the following (3–4):
HDFS 201. *Contemporary Families in the U.S. (3)
HDFS 341. Family Studies (4)
HDFS 431. Family, School, and Community Collaboration (3) 
SOC 312. *Sociology of the Family (4)
SOC 412. Sociology of Work and Family (4)

Standard 2. Consumer Services and Family Resources (Major or 11–12 credits)

DHE Major
or
Choose 1 course from each group A, B, and C:

A)
DHE 227. Apparel Design and Construction I (4) 
DHE 240. Survey of Design in the Near Environment (3)
DHE 270.*Appearance, Power and Society (4)
DHE 331. Contemporary Issues in Housing (3)

B)
ECON 201. *Introduction to Microeconomics (4)
ECON 202. *Introduction to Macroeconomics (4)

C)
BA 215. Fundamentals of Accounting (4)
MRKT 492. Consumer Behavior (4)
MTH 245. *Mathematics for Management, Life, and Social Sciences (4)
ST 201. Principles of Statistics (4)
ST 202. Principles of Statistics (4)

Standard 3. Human Development and Interpersonal Relationships (Major or 18–20 credits)

HDFS Major
or
Choose 6 credits from the following:

BA 351. Managing Organizations (4)
COMM 218. *Interpersonal Communication (3)
ED 253. Learning Across the Lifespan (3)
HDFS 201. *Contemporary Families in the U.S. (3)
HDFS 240. *Human Sexuality (3)
HDFS 444. Family Violence and Neglect (4)
HDFS 447. *Families and Poverty (4)
MGMT 453. Human Resources Management (4)
PSY 201. *General Psychology (3)
PSY 202. *General Psychology (3)
PSY 350. Human Lifespan Development (4)
SOC 206. *Social Problems and Issues (3)
SOC 312. *Sociology and the Family (4)
SOC 412. Sociology of Work and Family (4)
Documented Training in Child Abuse (3 credit equivalent)

Standard 4. Nutrition, Food, and Wellness (at least 6 credits)

Nutrition Major and Food Handlers Card
or
Choose 2 courses from below:

H 225. *Social and Individual Health Determinants (4)
H 320. Introduction to Human Disease (3)
H 344. Foundations of Environmental Health (3)
NUTR 216. *Food in Non-Western Culture (3)
NUTR 225. General Human Nutrition (3)
NUTR 235. Science of Foods (5)
NUTR 240. Human Nutrition (3)
NUTR 312. *Issues in Nutrition and Health (3)
NUTR 325. Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (3)
and Food Handlers Card

or

12 credits from LBCC Culinary Arts Program
CA 101. Culinary Arts Practicum I (7)#
CA 102. Culinary Arts Practicum II (8)#
CA 103. Culinary Arts Practicum III (8)#
CA 111. Food Service Safety and Sanitation (1)
CA 112. Station, Tools and Culinary Techniques (3)
CA 201. Culinary Arts Career Planning (1)
and Food Handlers Card

#Can be substituted for one NUTR or H course above.

Professional Level

To be accepted into the Professional Level, a student must have completed the required Pre-Education General Courses and the Content Mastery Requirements with a minimum 3.0 GPA or by special petition. In addition, students need two letters of recommendation and passing scores on all required Oregon licensure exams.

Professional Level Course Work (37–38 credits)

Taken in order during the Professional year-long program.

Fall Term (13)

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3) 
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (2) (September Practicum)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3) (Fall Practicum)
ED 412. Learning Styles and Needs in Adolescence (2)
ED 494. Content Standards and Curriculum Development for High School (3)

Winter Term (12–13)

ED 407. Seminar (1)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 425. Curriculum Implementation and Instructional Strategies 7–12 (4)
ED 427. Alternative Assessment for Middle and High School Teaching (2)
ED 493. Reading, Literature, and Language Development in the Content (2)
  or ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3) 

Spring Term (12)

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10) (Full-time Student Teaching)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)

Footnotes:

*Baccalaureate Core Course
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)


Option Code: 65




 
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