Education, Bachelor of Science

Core Curriculum 1
ENGL 1301Composition I3
ENGL 1302Composition II3
MATH 1314College Algebra3
Life & Physical Science3
Life & Physical Science3
Creative Arts3
American History3
American History3
Government/Political Science3
Government/Political Science3
Social & Behavioral Science 3
Component Option Course from Approved List 3
COMM 1315Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
Required Support Courses 2
UNIV 1301First Year Seminar 13
EDCI 1301Introduction to Teaching3
Additional Life & Physical Science 6
MATH 1350Fundamentals of Mathematics I3
MATH 1351Fundamentals of Mathematics II3
Major Courses 4,5
HIST 2301Texas History3
EDCI 3309Educator Roles & Responsibilities3
EDCI 3303Pedagogy I: Theory & Design3
EDRG 3315Early Literacy & Language I3
EDCI 3102PE & Health in Elementary Classrooms1
EDCI 3103Art & Theatre in Elementary Classrooms1
EDCI 3104Music in Elementary Classrooms1
EDCI 3320Analyzing Issues of Diversity3
EDCI 3304Pedagogy II: Instructional Practice3
EDRG 3316Early Literacy & Language II3
EDRG 3331Disciplinary Literacy3
EDCI 3348Managing the Learning Environment3
EDCI 3315Approaches & Methods in ESL3
EDCI 3321Educational Interventions3
EDCI 4350Social Studies Methods: Elementary3
EDRG 4349Language Arts Methods: Elementary3
EDCI 4301Pedagogy III: Curriculum Planning3
EDCI 4346Science Methods: Elementary 3
EDCI 4347Math Methods: Elementary3
EDRG 4389Intermediate and Middle School Literacy3
EDFR 3110Field Lab Residency I1
EDFR 4613Elementary Clinical Teaching: Field Residency III6
Total Credits121

Other courses may satisfy core curriculum requirements. Courses listed under the core curriculum above are also specific degree requirements and are recommended in the core to expedite degree completion.


Recommended that all courses above be completed before Field Residency I Semester. AAT Completion Highly recommended.


EDUC 2301 may be substituted for UNIV 1301 First Year Seminar 


Courses are listed in suggested order of completion


‘C' or higher required in EDXX courses 

Completion of 45 hours; all with a C or better; Cumulative GPAof 2.75; Qualifying scores in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

EDCI 1301Introduction to Teaching3
ENGL 1301Composition I3
ENGL 1302Composition II3
MATH 1314College Algebra3
MATH 1350Fundamentals of Mathematics I3
MATH 1351Fundamentals of Mathematics II3
HIST 1301US History to 18653
HIST 1302US History from 18653
HIST 2301Texas History3
SPCH 1315Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
2 Life & Physical Sciences

Note: For state approved programs leading to certification, as the state implements new requirements for certification, changes at the state level become compulsory at the time required with or without notice. It is the student’s responsibility to consult their major academic advisor and catalog for any new updates or changes. Catalog and Degree Plans expire in 6 years

Completion of this degree plan requires admission to the Educator Preparation Program and successful completion of required field residencies and student teaching.