Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education

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  • Course description
    In order to earn the Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in elementary education and obtain teaching licensure in grades K-8, a student must successfully complete the following:

    Major and Professional Education Program Requirements
    ED 102  Foundations of Education
    ED 205  Classroom Management
    ED 212  Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School
    ED 228  Children’s Literature
    ED/PSY 229 Educational Psychology
    ED 245  Diversity Field Experience
    ED 312  Elementary Science and Social Studies
    ED 320  Art Education in the Elementary School
    ED 323  Teaching the Communication Arts I
    ED 324  Corrective and Remedial Reading
    ED 325  Teaching the Communication Arts II
    ED 329  Music Education in the Elementary School
    ED 405  Education Seminar
    ED 410  Student Teaching
    ED 412  Measurement and Assessment in Teaching
    HPE 109  Techniques of Basic Skills in Physical Education
    HPE 314  Physical Education in the Elementary School
    SPED 300  Introduction to Exceptional Children

    Other Program Requirements
    AN/SO 218  Introduction to Native American Studies
    CS 103  Instructional Media and Technology
    MA 201-202  Mathematics for Elementary Education
    HPE 214  The School Health Program
    PSY 227  Child Psychology or PSY 105  General Psychology 
    PSY 203  Developmental Psychology
    One semester of earth science (EAS 201 or AS 102)
    One semester of life sciences (BI 101 or BI 102)
    One semester of physical sciences (CH 111 or PHYS 103)
    A United States history course
    A contemporary world culture course

    Notes:  
    1.   All degree students should review requirements for graduation as described.
    2.   Courses in economics, anthropology, and American national government are highly recommended.

    Acceptance Into Teacher Education Program
    All students in programs that lead to teacher licensure (elementary or secondary education) should review requirements for acceptance into this program.

    Admission to Carroll College does not automatically qualify a student for acceptance into the teacher education program. All individuals pursuing academic programs that lead to teacher licensure must, by the end of their sophomore year (before April 1), submit an admission application to the Department of Education: Health, Physical, and Teacher. It is the student’s responsibility to seek admission to the program.

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