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Elizabeth City State University

Major: B.S. Degree in Middle Grades (6-9) Social Science Concentration/Specialization

A. General Education Requirements

46

GE 102

English Composition & Grammar

3

GE 103

English Composition & Vocabulary

3

GE 115

College Algebra

3

GE 118

Pre-Calculus

3

GE 122T

Freshman Seminar

1

GE

Fine Arts and Communication

2

SPCH 214

College Speech

2

GE 140

World Civilization I

3

GE 141

World Civilization II

3

GE 142

Introduction to Geography

3

GE 152/L

Principles of Physical Science/Lab

4

OR

GE 155/L

Principles of Biological Science/Lab

4

GE

Physical Education Activity (need 2)

2

GE 185

Health Concepts

2

GE 201

World Literature I

3

SPAN 101

Spanish I

3

PSY 212

General Psychology

3

EDUC 203

Intro. to Computer Instructional Technology

3

B. Specialty Area Core Requirements

6

SPED 370

Intro. to Positive Behavior Support

3

EDUC 406

Young Adolescent Learner

3

C. Professional Education Courses

29

EDUC 210

Intro. to Education

3

EDUC 211

Field Experience

2

EDUC 310

Special Education & Diverse Learners

3

EDUC 311

Field Experience

P/F

EDUC 350

Intermediate & Content Reading

3

EDUC 351B

Field Experience

P/F

EDUC 360

Teaching & Assessment

3

EDUC 412

Middle School Methods

3

EDUC 478

Seminar in Contemporary Issues

P/F

EDUC 437

Obs. Sup. in Student Teaching

12

D. Concentrations

24

English

 

ENGL 300

Traditional Grammar

3

ENGL 301

British Literature I

3

ENGL 302

British Literature II

3

ENGL 303

Literary Criticism

3

ENGL 305

American Literature

3

ENGL 306

American Literature II

3

ENGL 317

Advanced Composition

3

ENGL 322

Advanced Grammar

3

ENGL 336

Literature for Adolescents

3

Social Sciences

 

HIST 200

Intro. to History

3

* HIST 250 or 251

African American History I or II

3

* HIST 255 or 256

American History to or since 1877

3

HIST 376

History of North Carolina

3

GLBS 320

World Societies and Cultures

3

GEOG 201

World Geography

3

ECON 201

Principles of Economics

3

POLS 304

State and Local Government

3

Mathematics

 

GE 115

College Algebra

3

GE 118

Pre-Calculus

3

MATH 165

Calculus of a Single Variable I

4

MATH 265

Calculus of a Single Variable II

4

MATH 345

History of Mathematics

3

MATH 351

Linear Algebra

3

MATH 352

College Geometry

3

STAT 251

Basic Statistics

3

Science

 

GE 152/L

Prin. of Physical Science/Lab (GE)

4

GE 155/L

Prin. of Biological Science/Lab (GE)

4

GE 158/L

Prin. of geological Science/Lab

4

CHEM 101/L

General Chemistry/Lab

4

ENSC 101/L

General Environmental Science/Lab

4

BIOL 302/L or CHEM 102/L or GEOL 142/L

Gen. Botany or Gen. Chemistry II or Physical Geology

4

E. Specializations

18

English

 

ENGL 300

Traditional Grammar

3

ENGL 301

British Literature I

3

ENGL 305

American Literature I

3

ENGL 306

American Literature II

3

ENGL 322

Advanced English Grammar

3

ENGL 336

Literature for Adolescents

3

Social Sciences

 

HIST 200

Intro. to History

3

* HIST 250 or 251

African American History I or II

3

* HIST 255 or 256

American History to or since 1877

3

HIST 376

History of North Carolina

3

HIST 304

World Societies and Cultures

3

ECON 201

Principles of Economics

3

Mathematics

 

GE 115

College Algebra

3

GE 118

Pre-Calculus

3

MATH 165

Calculus of a Single Variable I

4

MATH 345

History of Mathematics

3

MATH 352

College Geometry

3

STAT 251

Basic Statistics

3

Science

 

GE 152/L

Prin. of Physical Science/Lab (GE)

4

GE 155/L

Prin. of Biological Science/Lab (GE)

4

GE 158/L

Prin. of Geological Science/Lab

4

CHEM 101/L

General Chemistry/Lab

4

ENSC 101/L

General Environmental Science/Lab

4

Special Education

 

SPED 300

Assessing & Teaching Reading

2

SPED 301

Reading Practicum

2

SPED 334

Assessment

3

SPED 450

Implementing Positive Behavior

2

SPED 460

Methods & Management Organization

2

SPED 461

Middle/Secondary Practicum

2

SPED 370

Intro. to Positive Behavior

3

SPED 395

Science/Inclusion

3

Total Semester Hours Required for Degree.

128

* If students take HIST 250, they must take HIST 256; if they take HIST 251, they must take HIST 255.

Note: To assist in meeting test score requirements for admittance to Teacher Education, students may take the following electives:

* EDUC 160- Pre-Professional Studies I: Reading (2 credit hours)

* EDUC 170- Pre-Professional Studies II: Mathematics (2 credit hours)

* EDUC 180- Pre-Professional Studies III: Writing (2 credit hours)

Note: To assist in meeting portfolio requirements for graduation and licensure, students may take the following elective:

* EDUC 460: Portfolio Development (3 credit hours). (This course is to be taken during the student teaching semester).