Common General Education Requirements
The following General Education courses are required for Bachelor of Science degrees in Early Childhood/Intervention Specialist (age 3-grade 3), Early Childhood/Intervention Specialist (K-12), Middle Childhood, AYA Language Arts, AYA Mathematics, AYA Social Studies, AYA Life Sciences, AYA Physical Sciences, Multi-Age Physical Education, and Multi-Age Visual Arts:
|COM 11103 (TM) Fundamentals of Speech Communication||3|
|ENG 11103 (TM) Composition I||3|
|ENG 11203 (TM) Composition II||3|
|HIS 13103 (TM) World Civilization I or|
HIS 13203 (TM) World Civilization II
|HPE 10101 Human Wellness and Physical Fitness||1|
|HPE** Any one (1) credit activity course||1|
|LA 10001 Gateway to Success||1|
|PSY 11103 (TM) General Psychology||3|
|PSY 21103 Human Growth and Development**||3|
|Common General Education Total||21|
** Physical Education and Health have different options for this requirement *** All Multi-Age Music General Education requirements are listed in the program course listing
NOTE: Admission to English 11103 (Composition I) is determined by placement testing scores. Students without the necessary competencies must enroll in English 10503 (Composition & Reading) or English 11103 (Fundamental Review & Composition I) depending on their score. The credits in these courses may not be used to meet any part of the General Education Communication Skills requirement.
Professional Education Requirements
The following Professional Education courses are required for Bachelor of Science degrees in, Middle Childhood, AYA Language Arts, AYA Mathematics, AYA Social Studies, AYA Life Sciences, AYA Physical Sciences, Multi-Age Music, Multi-Age Physical Education, and Multi-Age Visual Arts:
* Only students who have been accepted into the Teacher Education Program may enroll in 30000 & 40000 level EDU courses.
** ECE/ISK-12/ECSE majors have a different requirement.
Bachelor of Science – Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education (age 3-grade 3): Four Year Dual Licensure Program (40404)
This dual licensure program prepares candidates to teach in PreK- Grade 3 settings. It is Nationally Recognized by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and approved by the Ohio Department of Education for Provisional Professional Licensure.
|Common General Education Courses||21|
|BIO 11404 (TM) Principles of Biology||4|
|MTH 11505 Mathematics for Educators I||5|
|EDU 11403 Art i n the Curriculum||3|
|EDU 35403 Science for Elementary/Middle School Teachers||3|
|Select one of the following:|
|ENG 24103 (TM) The Literary Imagination|
HUM 20103 (TM) The Humanities
PHR 21103 (TM) Philosophical Inquiry
|General Education Total||39|
* Only students who have been accepted into the Teacher Education Program may enroll in 30000 & 40000 level EDU courses