Level I: Pre-Education
Classes Required for Admission to Professional Level—these classes can be taken any time prior to application to Level II.
|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 1||3|
|ED 309||FIELD PRACTICUM||3-6|
|or ED 409||PRACTICUM/CLINICAL EXPERIENCE|
|ED 472||FOUNDATIONS OF ESOL EDUCATION||3|
|ED 479||LINGUISTICS FOR TEACHERS||3|
If you have taken HDFS 311 INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT, HDFS 313 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT, HDFS 314 ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND AGING and have a 3.0 GPA or higher, you do not need to take ED 253 LEARNING ACROSS THE LIFESPAN.
Completion of First Degree
Content Specific Courses for Subject Area Teaching (Content Mastery Sheets are available on the College of Education website or in the Student Services Office in Furman Hall.)
Pre-Education Major Code: 232