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Elizabeth City State University

MAJOR: B.S.Ed. Degree in Special Education - General Curriculum

A. General Education Requirements

46-48

B. Professional Core Requirements

29

EDUC 210

Professional Studies I: Intro to Educ.

3

EDUC 211

Field Experience

2

EDUC 250

Introduction to Reading

3

EDUC 310

Prof St II: Spec. Ed. & Diverse Learn.

3

EDUC 311

Field Experience

P/F

EDUC 350

Intermediate and Content Reading

3

EDUC 351 A/B

Field Experience

P/F

EDUC 360

Prof St III: Teaching & Assessment

3

EDUC 473

Clinical Practice

12

EDUC 478

Seminar in Cont. Educational Issues

P/F

C. Specialty Area Core Requirements

30

SPED 300 Assessing & Teaching Beginning Reading

2

SPED 301 Reading Praticum

2

SPED 334 Assessment

3

SPED 346 Introduction to Special Education

3

SPED 370 Introduction to Positive Behavior Support

3

SPED 390 Social Studies Meth in Inclusive Classroom or

3

SPED 395 Science Meth in Inclusive Classroom

 

SPED 400 Methods of Assessing & Teaching Writing

2

SPED 430 Assess. & Teach. Math to Div. Learners

2

SPED 431 Mathematics Practicum

2

SPED 450 Implementing Pos. Behavior Support

2

SPED 460 Methods of Management & Organization

2

SPED 461 Advanced Practicum: Secondary Schools

2

SPED 465 Advocacy and Collaboration

2

D. Recommended Electives

23-25

SPED 340

Intro to LD

3

ENGL 319

Children's Literature

3

EDUC 225

Explorations in Mathematics

3

EDUC 410

Instructional Leadership and Methods

3

EDUC 460

Electronic Evidences, Academic or Education Concentration

11-13

Total Semester Hours Required for Degree.

128-132

* Students are required to develop, with the assistance and approval of their advisors, a coherent specialty area plan of study. This plan of study must contribute to the development of the skills, knowledge, and dispositions necessary to be an effective teacher of children and youth with disabilities, and must include rigorous content area learning. The listed courses constitute one such possible plan.

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)

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).