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School of
Education
2004-2005
Undergraduate
Academic Bulletin
Supplement

School of Education
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School of Edcation
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Bloomington Education Programs

Early Childhood Education Program
Elementary Education: Theory into Practice Program
Special Education/Elementary Education: Teaching All Learners
Secondary Education Programs
Community of Teachers (CoT): Exceptional Needs/Early and Late Adolescence
All School Settings Education Programs

Several of the education programs at the Bloomington campus have been recently revised or are currently under revision. Students who are already enrolled in programs should consult the 2002-2004 School of Education Undergraduate Program Bulletin. In this section, courses from several schools and departments of Indiana University are listed and coded with three- and four-letter codes that indicate the originating department. Full descriptions of courses not offered in the School of Education can be found in the bulletins for the schools and colleges offering the courses. A guide to the codes is as follows:

Schools

EDUC (School of Education)
GRAD (University Graduate School)
HPER (School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation)
JOUR (School of Journalism)
MUS (School of Music)
SLIS (School of Library and Information Science)
SPEA (School of Public and Environmental Affairs)

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Departments in the College of Arts and Sciences

AFRO (African American and African Diaspora Studies)
AMST (American Studies)
ANTH (Anthropology)
AST (Astronomy)
BIOL (Biology)
CHEM (Chemistry)
CLAS (Classical Studies)
CMCL (Communication and Culture)
CMLT (Comparative Literature)
CSCI (Computer Science)
EALC (East Asian Languages and Cultures)
ECON (Economics)
ENG (English)
FINA (Fine Arts)
FOLK (Folklore and Ethnomusicology)
FRIT (French and Italian)
GEOG (Geography)
GEOL (Geological Sciences)
GER (Germanic Studies)
GNDR (Gender Studies)
HISP (Spanish and Portuguese)
HIST (History)
HPSC (History and Philosophy of Science)
LING (Linguistics)
LTAM (Latin American and Caribbean Studies)
MATH (Mathematics)
MEST (Medieval Studies)
NELC (Near Eastern Languages and Cultures)
PHIL (Philosophy)
PHYS (Physics)
POLS (Political Science)
PSY (Psychology)
REL (Religious Studies)
SLAV (Slavic Languages and Literatures)
SOC (Sociology)
SPHS (Speech and Hearing Sciences)
TEL (Telecommunications)
THTR (Theatre and Drama)

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Early Childhood Program

This Bachelor of Science degree leads to two licenses: one to teach infant/toddler preschool programs, and the other to teach kindergarten through grade three (K-3). Course requirements are valid for Indiana University Bloomington as reflected in the this School of Education Supplement. This program has competitive enrollment, requires a 2.5 minimum GPA, and consists of three components:

General Education
Electives (to total 125)
Professional Education
Total
40 credits
3-5 credits
80-82 credits
125 credits

Note: A grade of C or higher in oral expression, written expression, and all education classes except Q 200 and X 460 is required before student teaching.

GENERAL EDUCATION (64 credits)

Language Arts (2.0 GPA) (12 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
CMCL-C 223 Business and Professional Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits)
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing

World or American Literature (3 credits)
AFRO-A 141 Introduction to Writing and Black Literature I
AFRO-A 142 Introduction to Writing and Black Literature II
AFRO-A 379 Early Black American Writing
CMLT-C 145 Major Characters in Western Literature
CMLT-C 146 Major Themes in Western Literature
ENG-L 141 Introduction to Writing and Study of Lit I-II
ENG-L 142 Introduction to Writing and Study of Literature II
ENG-L 213 Literary Masterpieces I
ENG-L 214 Literary Masterpieces II
ENG-L 357 Twentieth-Century American Poetry
ENG-L 358 Twentieth-Century American Fiction
ENG-L 369 Studies in British and American Authors

Oral, Written, or Literature Elective (3 credits)
Choose from one of the above or:
AFRO-A 371 Black Literature for Teachers
CMLT-C 340 Women in World Literature
ENG-L 202 Literary Interpretation
ENG-L 203 Introduction to Drama
ENG-L 204 Introduction to Fiction
ENG-L 205 Introduction to Poetry
ENG-L 364 Native American Literature
ENG-W 103 Introductory Creative Writing
ENG-W 203 Creative Writing
ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills
ENG-W 270 Argumentative Writing
ENG-W 301 Writing Fiction
ENG-W 303 Writing Poetry
ENG-W 350 Advanced Expository Writing

Fine Arts (2.0 GPA) (4-5 credits)
MUS-E 241 Introduction to Music Fundamentals
Electives (2-3 credits) Any studio art class or any music performance, instrument, band, ensemble, or dance class

Mathematics (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)
MATH-T 101 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1
MATH-T 102 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 2
MATH-T 103 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 3

Science and Technology (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)
EDUC-Q 200 Introduction to Scientific Inquiry
EDUC-W 200 Using Computers in Education
Elective (3 credits)
AST-A 100 The Solar System
AST-A 110 Introduction to Astronomy
BIOL-L 100 General Biology
BIOL-L 104 Introductory Biology Lectures
BIOL-Q 201 Biological Science for Elementary Teachers
GEOG-G 107 Physical Systems of the Environment
GEOG-G 109 Weather and Climate
GEOL-G 103 Earth Science: Materials and Processes
GEOL-G 104 Earth Science: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL-G 105 Earth, Our Habitable Planet
GEOL-G 114 Prehistoric Life
GEOL-G 300 Environmental and Urban Geology
PHYS-P 101 Physics of the Modern World
PHYS-Q 202 Physical Science for Elementary Teachers

Social Studies (2.0 GPA) (6 credits)
U.S. History (3 credits)
HIST-H 105 American History I
HIST-H 106 American History II
HIST-A 301 American Colonial History I
HIST-A 302 American Colonial History II
HIST-A 303 United States, 1789-1865 I
HIST-A 304 United States, 1789-1865 II
HIST-A 315 United States History Since World War II

Electives (3 credits)
Select a course from above or from one of the following departments:

Anthropology
Criminal Justice
Economics
Gender Studies
Geography (nonphysical)
History
Political Science
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology

ELECTIVES (3-5 credits)

Three to five additional credit hours of course work is required to be selected from any department within the College of Arts and Sciences, Kelley School of Business, School of Music, or School of Health, Education, and Recreation.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (80-82 credits)

Note: Before student teaching, a 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher are required in each EDUC course listed below. The following courses are required for admission to the TEP:

EDUC-F 205
EDUC-Q 200
EDUC-W 200
MATH-T 101
MATH-T 102
MATH-T 103
MUS-E 241
Oral expression course
U.S. history course
World/American literature course
Written expression course

Required Nonauthorized Courses (3 credits)
This course must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-F 205 Study of Education and Practice of Teaching

Authorized Courses
These courses cannot be taken until after admission to the SoE/TEP:

Sophomore: Spring Semester (16 credits)
EDUC-E 348 Foundations of Early Childhood I
EDUC-E 349 Teaching and Learning for All Young Children I
EDUC-P 348 Child Development I

Junior: Fall Semester (17 credits)
EDUC-X 460 Books for Reading Instruction
EDUC-E 351 Foundations of Early Care and Education II
EDUC-E 352 Teaching and Learning for Children Ages 3-5
EDUC-P 351 Foundations of Child Development: Ages 3-8

Junior: Spring Semester (17 credits)
EDUC-E 353 Foundations of Early Care and Education III
EDUC-E 354 Teach and Learning for Young Children III: Kindergarten and Preschool

Senior: Fall Semester (15-16 credits)
EDUC-E 450 Senior Seminar
EDUC-P 450 Child Development Seminar
EDUC-M 424 Student Teach: Kindergarten-Primary or
EDUC-M 470 Practicum: Kindergarten and
EDUC-M 470 Practicum: Pre-School

Senior: Spring Semester (12-13 credits)
EDUC-E 451 Senior Seminar
EDUC-M 424 Student Teach: Kindergarten-Primary or
EDUC-M 470 Practicum: Kindergarten and
EDUC-M 470 Practicum: Pre-School

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Elementary Education: Theory into Practice Program

This Bachelor of Science degree leads to a license to teach in Grades K-6. Course requirements for this program are valid at Indiana University Bloomington as reflected in this School of Education Supplement. This program has competitive enrollment, requires a 2.5 minimum GPA, and consists of three components:

General Education
  Distribution (49 cr.)
  Area of Concentration (15 cr.)
Electives (to total 125)
Professional Education
Total
64 credits


62 credits
2 credits
128 credits

Note: A grade of C or higher is required before student teaching in oral expression, written expression and all education classes except M 135, M 323, Q 200, and X 460.

GENERAL EDUCATION (64 credits)

Language Arts (2.0 GPA) (12 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits)
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-L 198 Freshman Literature
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing
ENG-W 143 Interdisciplinary Study of Expository Writing*
AFRO-A 141 Introduction to Writing and Study of Black Literature I**
AFRO-A 142 Introduction to Writing and Study of Black Literature II**
ENG-L 141 Introduction to Writing and Study of Literature I-II**
ENG-L 142 Introduction to Writing and Study of Literature II**

*ENG-W 143 is composition credit attached to specified literature courses. It may be repeated once for credit.
**AFRO-A 141-A 142, and ENG-L 141-L 142 award 4 credit hours. 3 credit hours of each course count as literature, and 1 credit hour of each counts as written expression.

Note: ENG-W 143, AFRO-A 141-A 142, and ENG-L 141-L 142 require a student to take an additional 1 or 2 credit hour course in order to fulfill the 3 credit hour written expression requirement.

Children's Literature (3 credits)
EDUC-X 460 Books for Reading Instruction
ENG-L 390 Children's Literature

World Literature (3 credits)
CMLT-C 145 Major Characters in Literature
CMLT-C 146 Major Themes in Literature
CMLT-C 340 Women in World Literature
ENG-L 202 Literary Interpretation
ENG-L 203 Introduction to Drama
ENG-L 204 Introduction to Fiction
ENG-L 205 Introduction to Poetry
AFRO-A 141 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Black Literature I*
AFRO-A 142 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Black Literature II*
ENG-L 141 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Literature I-II*
ENG-L 142 Introduction to Writing and the Study of Literature II*

*AFRO-A 141-A 142 and ENG-L 141-L 142 award 4 credit hours. 3 credit hours of each course count as literature, and 1 credit hour of each counts as written expression.

Fine Arts (2.0 GPA) (7 credits)
Music (4 credits)
MUS-E 241 Introduction to Music Fundamentals
EDUC-M 323 Teaching Music in Elementary Schools (P: MUS-E 241)

Art (3 credits)
FINA-N 110 Introduction to Studio Art for Nonmajors

Mathematics (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)
MATH-T 101 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1
MATH-T 102 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 2
MATH-T 103 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 3 (T 102 and T 103 are pre- or corequisites for the 201 cluster.)

Science (2.0 GPA) (12 credits)
EDUC-Q 200 Introduction to Scientific Inquiry
BIOL-Q 201 Biological Science for Elementary Teachers
GEOL-G 103 Earth Science: Materials and Processes or
GEOL-G 104 Evolution of the Earth or
GEOL-G 105 Earth, Our Habitable Planet
PHYS-Q 202 Physical Science for Elementary Teachers (Q 202 is a pre- or corequisites for the 201 cluster.)

Social Studies (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)

United States History (3 credits)
HIST-H 105 American History I
HIST-H 106 American History II
HIST-A 301 Colonial America
HIST-A 302 Revolutionary America
HIST-A 303 United States 1789-1865 I
HIST-A 304 United States 1789-1865 II
HIST-A 315 U.S. History since World War II

World Civilization (3 credits)
GEOG-G 110 Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG-G 120 World Regional Geography
HIST-H 101 World in 20th Century I
HIST-H 102 World in 20th Century II
HIST-H 103 Europe: Renaissance to Napoleon
HIST-H 104 Europe: Napoleon to Present

Social Studies Elective (3 credits)
Choose one course from the following departments:
African American and African Diaspora Studies (history topics only)
Anthropology
Criminal Justice
Economics
Gender Studies
Geography (nonphysical)
History
Political Science
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Psychology
Religious Studies
Sociology

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (62 credits)

Note: A 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher is required prior to student teaching in each EDUC course listed below.

Required Non-authorized Courses
These courses must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-P 251 Educational Psychology for Elementary Teachers and
EDUC-M 101 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-W 201 Beginning Technology Skills

These courses may be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-E 300 Elementary Education for a Pluralistic Society
EDUC-E 310 Seminar on Legal Issues in Education
EDUC-F 205 Study of Education or
EDUC-H 340 Education and American Culture
EDUC-K 305 Teaching Exceptional Learners/Elementary School

Authorized Courses
These courses cannot be taken until you are admitted to the SoE/TEP:

201 Cluster (9 credits)
EDUC-E 343 Mathematics in Elementary School
EDUC-M 201 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-E 328 Science in Elementary Schools
(Pre- or corequisites: MATH-T 102 and T 103 and PHYS-P 202)
EDUC-W 301 Integrating Technology into Teaching I

301 Cluster (9 credits)
EDUC-E 339 Methods of Teaching Language Arts in Elementary Schools
EDUC-E 340 Methods of Teaching Reading I
EDUC-M 301 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-W 401 Integrating Technology into Teaching II

401 Cluster (11 credits)
EDUC-M 333 Art Experience for Elementary Teachers
EDUC-E 325 Social Studies in Elementary Schools
EDUC-M 401 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-E 341 Methods of Teaching Reading II (Prerequisite: EDUC-E 340)

Student Teaching (15 credits)
All professional education courses must be completed before Student Teaching.

EDUC-M 420 Student Teaching Seminar: Understanding Schools
EDUC-M 425 Student Teaching: Elementary

AREA OF CONCENTRATION (15 Credits)

Choose one subject area to study in depth as an Area of Concentration. A minimum of 15 credit hours beyond the requirements in the General Education Component and a 2.5 GPA are required.

Art History (FINA) (15 credits)
Required (9 credits)
FINA-H 100 Art Appreciation
FINA-A 101 Ancient and Medieval Art
FINA-A 102 Renaissance through Modern Art

Electives (6 credits)
Choose from FINA art history courses at the 200 level or higher.

Studio Art (FINA) (15 credits)
If you chose this area, see an adviser for possible substitutions in general education requirements for this major.

Required (12 credits)
FINA-H 100 Art Appreciation
FINA-F 100 Fundamental Studio-Drawing
FINA-F 101 Fundamental Studio-3D
FINA-F 102 Fundamental Studio-2D

Elective (3 credits)
Choose three hours from the following studio areas:

Ceramics
Drawing
Graphic Design
Jewelry Design/Silversmith
Painting
Photography
Print and Dyed Textile Design
Sculpture

Music (MUS) (15 credits)
Students must take the theory proficiency exam given during orientation week each fall or on Monday evenings of the first week each fall, spring, or second summer session. Students who score below a grade of C are required to enroll in T 109, Rudiments of Music. T 109 may be taken concurrently with T 151.

Required (7 credits)
MUS-T 132 Musical Skills I
MUS-T 151 Music Theory and Literature I
MUS-T 152 Music Theory and Literature II

Required Performance Courses (8 credits)
MUS-P 110 Piano Class I
MUS-P 120 Piano Class II
MUS-Z 110 Voice Class (must be taken twice)

Health (HPER) (15 credits)
Required (12 credits)
HPER-H 160 First Aid and Emergency Care
HPER-H 263 Personal Health
HPER-H 414 Health Education Grades K-8
HPER-H 464 Organization of Health Education

Elective (3 credits) HPER-H 180 Stress Prevention and Management
HPER-H 220 Death and Dying
HPER-F 255 Human Sexuality
HPER-F 258 Marriage and Family Interaction
HPER-N 220 Basic Nutrition

Language Arts and Humanities (15 credits)
No more than two of the following departments.

No more than 6 credit hours may be taken at the 100 level. At least 6 credit hours must be at the 300 level.

African American and African Diaspora Studies (Literature and Music)
Classical Studies
Communication and Culture
Comparative Literature
English
Fine Arts
Folklore and Ethnomusicology
Foreign Languages
Journalism
Linguistics
Music
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Speech and Hearing Sciences
Theatre and Drama

Mathematics (15 credits)
Required Courses (9-11 credits)
EDUC-N 443 Teaching Elementary School Mathematics Problem Solving (spring only) P: EDUC-E 343
MATH-M 119 Brief Survey of Calculus I and
MATH-M 120 Brief Survey of Calculus II or
MATH-M 211 Calculus I and
MATH-M 212 Calculus II

Electives (To total 15 credits)
Choose remaining credit hours from the following courses. These courses require approval of the mathematics education advisor.

CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Computers and Programming
MATH-M 025 Precalculus Mathematics
MATH-M 026 Trigonometric Functions
MATH-K 300 Statistical Techniques
MATH-T 336 Topics in Euclidean Geometry (fall only)

Science (15 credits)
Required Biology Course (3 credits)
BIOL-L 111 Introduction to Biology: Evolution and Diversity
BIOL-L 330 Biology of the Cell
BIOL-L 350 Environmental Biology
BIOL-L 369 Heredity, Evolution, and Society
BIOL-M 250 Microbiology and BIOL-M 255 Microbiology Lab (P: two semesters CHEM)

Required Earth Science Course (3 credits)
AST-A 100 Solar System
AST-A 105 Stars and Galaxies
AST-A 110 Introduction to Astronomy
GEOG-G 109 Weather and Climate
GEOG-G 315 Environmental Conservation
GEOL-G 104 Earth Science: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL-G 105 Earth, Our Habitable Planet
GEOL-G 114 Prehistoric Life
GEOL-G 121 Meteorites and Geological Processes in Planets
GEOL-G 300 Environmental and Urban Geology

Required Physical Science Course (5 credits)
CHEM-C 101 Elementary Chemistry I
CHEM-C 121 Elementary Chemistry Lab I
CHEM-C 102 Elementary Chemistry II
CHEM-C 122 Elementary Chemistry Lab II
PHYS-P 110 Energy
PHYS- P 120 Energy and Technology
PHYS-P 151 Excursions into Physics
PHYS-P 201 General Physics I
PHYS-P 202 General Physics II

Interdisciplinary Courses (4 credits)
COAS-E 405 Integrated Science for Elementary Education (fall only) (P: EDUC-E 328)
EDUC-Q 405 Integrated Lab/Field Experience (P or C: EDUC-E 405 [fall only]; P: EDUC-E 328)

Social Studies (15 credits)
No more than two of the following departments.

No more than 6 credit hours may be taken at the 100 level. At least 6 credit hours must be at the 300 level.

African American and African Diaspora Studies (History)
History and Philosophy of Science
Anthropology
Political Science
Economics
Psychology
Geography (nonphysical)
Sociology
History

ELECTIVES (to total 128 credits)

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Special Education/Elementary Education: Teaching All Learners

This degree area leads to fulfilling the teaching license requirements for generalist and exceptional needs and mild intervention teaching at the early and middle childhood education developmental levels in kindergarten and elementary grades (1-6) school settings (K, 1-6). Course requirements for this program are valid at Indiana University Bloomington as reflected in this School of Education Supplement. This program has competitive enrollment, requires a 2.5 minimum GPA, and consists of two components:

General Education
Electives (to total 125)
Total
50 credits
79 credits
129 credits

Note: Before student teaching, a grade of C or higher is required in oral expression, written expression, and all education classes except Q 200 and X 460.

GENERAL EDUCATION (50 credits)

Language Arts (2.0 GPA) (15 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits)
ENG-L 198 Freshman Literature
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing
ENG-W 143 Interdisciplinary Study of Expository Writing
*ENG-W 143 is composition credit attached to specified literature courses. It may be repeated once for credit.

Oral/Written Elective (3 credits) Choose from above or courses listed below:
CMCL-C 223 Business and Professional Communication
CMCL-C 324 Persuasive Speaking
ENG-W 103 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG-W 203 Creative Writing
ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills
ENG-W 270 Argumentative Writing
ENG-W 301 Writing Fiction
ENG-W 303 Writing Poetry
ENG-W 350 Advanced Expository Writing
SPHS-A 100 American Sign Language I

Children's Literature (3 credits)
EDUC-X 460 Books for Reading Instruction
ENG-L 390 Children's Literature

World Literature (3 credits)
CMLT-C 145 Major Characters in Western Literature
CMLT-C 146 Major Themes in Western Literature
CMLT-C 340 Women in World Literature
ENG-L 202 Literary Interpretation
ENG-L 203 Introduction to Drama
ENG-L 204 Introduction to Fiction
ENG-L 205 Introduction to Poetry
AFRO-A 141 Writing and Study of Black Literature I
AFRO-A 142 Writing and Study of Black Literature II
ENG-L 141 Writing and Study of Literature I-II
ENG-L 142 Writing and Study of Literature II
**AFRO A 141-A 142 and ENG L 141-L 142 are 4 credit hours. Three credit hours of each course will count as literature, and one credit hour of each will count as written expression.

Fine Arts (2.0 GPA) (5 credits)
Music (2 credits)
MUS-E 241 Introduction to Music Fundamentals

Art (3 credits)
FINA-N 110 Introduction to Studio Art for Nonmajors

Mathematics (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)
MATH-T 101 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1
MATH-T 102 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 2
MATH-T 103 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 3 (T 102 and T 103 are pre- or corequisites for the Junior I Cluster)

Science (2.0 GPA) (12 credits)
Required (3 credits)
EDUC-Q 200 Introduction to Scientific Inquiry

Biology Elective (3 credits)
BIOL-Q 201 Biological Science for Elementary Teachers
BIOL-L 100 Humans and the Biological World

Geology Elective (3 credits)
GEOL-G 103 Earth Science: Materials and Processes
GEOL-G 104 Earth Science: Evolution of Earth
GEOL-G 105 Earth, Our Habitable Planet

Physics Elective (3 credits)
PHYS-Q 202 Physical Science for Elementary Teachers
PHYS-P 101 Physics in the Modern World (Q 202 or P 101 is a pre- or corequisite for the Junior I Cluster.)

Social Studies (2.0 GPA) (9 credits)
U.S. History (3 credits)
HIST-H 105 American History I
HIST-H 106 American History II
HIST-A 301 Colonial America
HIST-A 302 Revolutionary America
HIST-A 303 United States 1789-1865 I
HIST-A 304 United States 1789-1865 II
HIST-A 315 U.S. History since World War II

World Civilization (3 credits)
GEOG-G 110 Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG-G 120 World Regional Geography
HIST-H 101 World in the Twentieth Century I
HIST-H 102 World in the Twentieth Century II
HIST-H 103 Europe: Renaissance to Napoleon
HIST-H 104 Napoleon to Present

Social Studies Elective (3 credits)
Choose one course from the following departments:
African American and African Diaspora Studies (History only)
Anthropology
Criminal Justice
Economics
Gender Studies
Geography (nonphysical)
History
Political Science
Psychology
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Religious Studies
Sociology

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (79 credits)

Note: A 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher is required in each EDUC course listed below.

Required Nonauthorized Courses (14 credits)
These courses must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-W 200 Using Computers in Education
EDUC-P 251 Educational Psychology for Elementary Teachers and
EDUC-M 101Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-K 205 Introduction to Exceptional Children

This course must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-E 300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society

Authorized Courses
These courses cannot be taken until you are admitted to the SoE/TEP.

Sophomore Spring Semester (6 credits)
EDUC-K 343 Education of the Socially and Emotionally Disturbed I
EDUC-K 370 Introduction to Learning Disorders

Junior Fall Semester (14 credits)
EDUC-E 328 Science in Elementary Schools
EDUC-E 343 Mathematics in Elementary School
EDUC-M 201 Field Experience
EDUC-E 342 Survey of Reading and Language Arts Methods
EDUC-K 352 Education of Children with Learning Problems

Junior Spring Semester (15 credits)
EDUC-E 325 Social Studies in Elementary Schools
EDUC-E 341 Methods of Teaching Reading-II
EDUC-M 333 Art Experiences for Elementary Teachers I
EDUC-K 352 Education of Children with Learning Problems
EDUC-K 371 Assessment and Individual Instruction in Reading and Mathematics
EDUC-K 495 Practicum

Senior Fall Semester (14 credits)
EDUC-H 340 Education and American Culture
EDUC-K 344 Education of the Socially and Emotionally Disturbed II
EDUC-K 361 Assistive Technology for Elementary School Students with Disabilities
EDUC-K 362 Team Approaches to the Education of Students with Disabilities
EDUC-K 495 Practicum
EDUC-F 401 Topical Exploration in Education

Senior Spring Semester (16 credits)
All professional education courses must be completed before Student Teaching.
EDUC-M 425 Student Teaching-Elementary Education (8 credits)
EDUC-K 480 Student Teaching-Special Education (8 credits)

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Secondary Education Programs

The Secondary Education Programs lead to a Bachelor of Science: Secondary Education degree in specific content fields. The content fields include: foreign languages, journalism, language arts/English, mathematics, science, social studies, and exceptional needs. The School of Education, in cooperation with the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation and the College of Arts and Sciences, also offers secondary content fields in Chinese, Japanese, health, and theatre, respectively.

The Bloomington campus offers two secondary programs:

  • Anchor Secondary Education Program
  • Community of Teachers
Both secondary programs have competitive enrollment, require a 2.5 minimum GPA, and consist of three components:

Anchor

General Education
Content Field
Professional Education
Electives
Total
33 credits
36-68 credits
43-46 credits
0-17
124-144 credits
Community of Teachers
General Education
Content Field
Professional Education
Electives
Total
33 credits
36-68 credits
Arranged
Arranged
124-144 credits

Note: Before student teaching, a grade of C or higher is required in oral expression, written expression, and all education classes.

GENERAL EDUCATION (33 credits)

Arts and Humanities (12-15 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits)
ENG-W 110 Writing across the Curriculum
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing

Intensive Writing (0/3 credits)
Refer to the online Schedule of Classes Special Course Listings (Intensive Writing Courses).

Remaining Arts and Humanities (6 credits)
Select 6 credits from the "Arts and Humanities" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Natural and Mathematical Sciences" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Social and Historical Sciences (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Social and Historical Studies" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Multicultural Studies (3 credits)
Select 3 credits from the "Cultural Studies Requirement," List A or B ((see Appendix I in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course to be double counted in General Education.

CONTENT FIELDS (36-68 credits)

Credit hour and GPA requirements for content fields are listed below. To be licensed, a student must have at least one content field.

The specific requirements in the various subject matter majors are listed in detail below.

Credit earned in general education may be used where applicable to meet the course requirements in any content field.

Foreign Languages (36-39 Credits)

  1. All foreign language teaching majors require the completion of a minimum of 36 credit hours, including 24-30 credit hours in 300- and 400-level courses depending on the language.
  2. No course below the 200 level will count toward completion of the major
  3. All students must arrange for and complete the departmental language proficiency exam before completing EDUC Block II Methods of Teaching Foreign Language. The examination may be taken more than once, but it must be passed before the student can be admitted to student teaching. See your methods of teaching foreign language instructor for additional information.
  4. Not all classes are scheduled to be taught each semester. Check the College of Arts and Sciences 2004-06 Bulletin or contact the language department to confirm when the course will be offered.

Chinese (EALC) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
Language (14 credits)
EALC-C 201 Second-Year Chinese I*
EALC-C 202 Second-Year Chinese II*
EALC-C 301 Third-Year Chinese I **
EALC-C 302 Third-Year Chinese II**
*Candidates who successfully place out of C 202 by examination without taking the second-year language course shall be required to take 6 credit hours (two courses) in East Asian culture courses in addition to the requirements in the literature, culture, and elective categories.
** Candidates who successfully place out of C 302 by examination without taking the second-year and third-year language courses shall be required to take 12 credit hours (four courses) from EALC course offerings in addition to the requirements in the literature, culture, and electives categories.

Literature (6 credits)
Select one course from:
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought
EALC-C 451 Advanced Classical Chinese I
EALC-C 452 Advanced Classical Chinese II
CMLT-C 375 Chinese-Western Literary Relations

Select one course from:
EALC-C 431 Reading in Modern Chinese Literature I
EALC-E 331 Chinese Literature I
EALC-E 332 Chinese Literature II
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought (subject to approval of advisor)
EALC-E 471 Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature

Culture and Civilization (6 credits)
EALC-E 251 Traditional East Asian Civilization or
HIST-H 237 Traditional East Asian Civilization

Select one course from:
EALC-E 232 China: The Enduring Heritage
EALC-E 252 Modern East Asian Civilization or
HIST-H 207 Modern East Asian Civilization
EALC-E 300 Studies in East Asian Civilization
EALC-E 301 Chinese Language and Culture
EALC-E 302 Geographic Patterns in China
EALC-E 350 Studies in East Asian Society
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought
EALC-E 384 East Asian National and Cultural Identity
FINA-A 464 Art and Archaeology of Early China
HIST-G 380 Early China
HIST-G 382 China: The Age of Glory
HIST-G 383 China: The Later Empires
HIST-G 385 Modern China
HIST-G 387 Contemporary China
POLS-Y 333 Chinese Politics

Electives (10 credits)
CMLT-C 257 Asian Literature and Other Arts
CMLT-C 265 Introduction to East Asian Poetry
CMLT-C 266 Introduction to East Asian Fiction
CMLT-C 291 Studies in Non-Western Film
EALC-C 411 Cantonese I
EALC-C 412 Cantonese II
EALC-C 421 Introduction to Chinese Linguistics
EALC-E 256 Land and Society in East Asia
EALC-E 495 Individual Readings
EALC-H 499 Honors Thesis
FINA-A 360 Topics in East Asian Art
FINA-A 466 Early Chinese Painting
FINA-A 467 Late Chinese Painting
FOLK-F 305 Asian Folklore
HIST-H 208 American-East Asian Relations
PHIL-P 271 Issues in Oriental Philosophy
REL-R 350 East Asian Buddhism
REL-R 469 Topics in Taoism and Chinese Religion

French (FRIT) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
200-Level Course Work (6 credits)
Choose one of the following options:

  1. Complete: FRIT-F200 Second-Year French I and FRIT-F250 Second-Year French II OR FRIT-F205 Second-Year French I and FRIT-F255 Second-Year French II
  2. Placing by examination in the second semester of second-year French (F 265) and receiving 3 hours of special credit in F 205 upon successful completion of F 265. This course is then followed by successful completion of F 300.
  3. Placing by examination into a 300-level French class and receiving 6 hours of special credit in F 200 and F 250 upon successful completion of the course in which the student was placed.

Language (12 credits)
This category must include at least one course from each of the following three areas.

(Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are recommended by the department.)

Language Structure (2-3 credits)
FRIT-F 300 Reading and Expression in French* (P: F 250, F 255, F 265)
FRIT-F 401 Structure and Development of French*
FRIT-F 402 Introduction to French Linguistics (P: F 313 or F 314)
FRIT-F 472 Contrastive Study of French and English

Grammar and Composition (3 credits)
FRIT-F 313 Advanced. Grammar and Composition I (P: F 250, F 255, F 265 or F 269)
FRIT-F 314 Advanced. Grammar and Composition II (P: F 250, F 255, F 265 or F 269, F 313)
FRIT-F 474 Theme et version (P: F 313 or F 314)

Oral Practice and Conversation (2-3 credits)
FRIT-F 315 Phonetics and Pronunciation* (P: F 250)
FRIT-F 316 Conversational Practice* (P: F 250 or F 255)
FRIT-F 475 Le Francais Oral: cours avance (P: F 316)

Literature (6 credits)
Select one course from: (P: F 300)
FRIT-F 305 Theatre et essai
FRIT-F 306 Roman et poesie

Select one course from any 300- or 400-level literature course not taken above.

Culture and Civilization (6 credits)
Select one course from:
FRIT-F 363 Introduction a la France moderne (P: F300)
FRIT-F 461 La France contemporaine: cinema et culture

Select one course from:
FRIT-F 361 Introduction historique a la civilisation française I (P: F 300)
FRIT-F 362 Introduction historique a la civilisation française II (P: F300)
FRIT-F 463 Civilisation française I
FRIT-F 464 Civilisation française II

Electives (6 credits)
Select any 6 credits of course work at the 300 or 400 level.

German (GER) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
200-Level Course Work (6 credits)
Choose one of the following options:

  1. Complete: GER-G 200 Oral Practice, Writing and Reading I GER-G 250 Oral Practice, Writing and Reading II
  2. Placing by examination in G 250 and successfully completing the course will earn special credit in G 200.
  3. Placing by examination in G 300 and successfully completing the course will earn special credit in G 200 and G 250.

Language (12 credits)
GER-G 300 Deutsch: Mittelstufe I (P: G 250)
GER-G 330 Deutsch: Mittlestufe II (P: G 300)

Select two courses from: (P: G 330)
GER-G 400 Deutsch: Oberstufe
GER-G 448 Sounds of Modern German
GER-G 451 Introduction to the Structure of Modern German

Literature (6 credits)
Select one course from: (P: G 300)
GER-G 305 Introduction to German Literature: Types
GER-G 306 Introduction to German Literature: Themes

Select one course from the courses below: (P: G 305 or G 306)
GER-G 403 Deutsche Literatur: Mittelalter Bis Romantik
GER-G 404 Deutsche Literatur seit der Romantik
GER-G 415 Perspectives on German Literature
GER-G 416 Studies in German Authors

Culture and Civilization (6 credits)
Select one course from: (P: G 300)
GER-G 362 Deutsche Landeskunde
GER-G 363 Deutsche Kulturgeschichte

Select one course from:
GER-G 464 Kultur und Gesellschaft (P: G 362 or G 363)
GER-V 400 Contemporary German
HIST-B 377 History of Germany since 1648 I
HIST-B 378 History of Germany since 1648 II

Electives (To total 36 credits)
Select six credit hours from any of the above 300- or 400-level courses not taken to fulfill language, literature, or culture and civilization requirements.

Japanese (EALC) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
Language (14 credits)
EALC-J201 Second-Year Japanese I*
EALC-J202 Second-Year Japanese II*
EALC-J301 Third-Year Japanese I**
EALC-J302 Third-Year Japanese II**

Note: Specific courses listed under each requirement are subject to change (i.e., there may be deletions or additions as the curriculum is revised). Students must consult the EALC advisor to determine the appropriate courses for the teaching major.

*Candidates whose performance in the placement examination exempts them from taking the second-year language courses shall be required to take 6 credit hours (two courses) in East Asian culture courses in addition to the requirements in literature, culture, and electives categories.
**Candidates whose performance in the placement examination exempts them from taking the second-year and third-year language courses shall be required to take 12 credit hours (four courses) from other EALC course offerings in addition to the requirements in the literature, culture, and electives categories.

Literature (6 credits)
Select one course from:
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought (subject to approval of advisor)
EALC-J 431 Readings in Modern Japanese Literature
EALC-J 441 Readings in Japanese Scholarly Materials
EALC-J 461 Literary Japanese I
EALC-J 462 Literary Japanese II

Select one course from:
CMLT-C 365 Japanese-Western Literary Relations
EALC-E 321 Japanese Literature I
EALC-E322 Japanese Literature II
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought (subject to approval of advisor)
EALC-E 472 Modern Japanese Fiction
EALC-E 473 History of Japanese Theatre and Drama

Culture and Civilization (6 credits)
EALC-E 251 Traditional East Asian Civilization OR
HIST-H 237 Traditional East Asian Civilization

Select one course from:
EALC-E 231 Japan: The Living Tradition
EALC-E 252 Modern East Asian Civilization OR
HIST-H 207 Traditional East Asian Civilization
EALC-E 271 Twentieth-Century Japanese Culture
EALC-E 300 Studies in East Asian Literature
EALC-E 350 Studies in East Asian Society
EALC-E 351 Studies in East Asian Thought
EALC-E 354 Society and Education in Japan
EALC-E 384 East Asian Nationalism and Cultural Identity
EALC-E 394 Business and Public Policy in Japan
FINA-A 262 Introduction to Japanese Art and Culture
HIST-G 357 Premodern Japan
HIST-G 358 Early Modern Japan
HIST-G 369 Modern Japan
POLS-Y 334 Japanese Politics
REL-R 357 Religions in Japan

Electives (10 credits)
CMLT-C 257 Asian Literature and the Other Arts
CMLT-C 265 Introduction to East Asian Poetry
CMLT-C 266 Introduction to East Asian Fiction
CMLT-C 291 Studies in Non-Western Film
EALC-E 256 Land and Society in East Asia
EALC-E 495 Individual Readings
EALC-J 421 Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
FOLK-F 305 Asian Folklore
HIST-G 372 Modern Korea
HIST-H 208 American-East Asian Relations
REL-R 350 East Asian Buddhism
REL-R 369 Taoist Tradition
REL-R 450 Topics in the Buddhist Tradition

Latin (CLAS) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
200-Level Course Work (6 credits)
Choose one of the following options:

  1. Complete: CLAS-L 200 Second-Year Latin I
    CLAS-L 250 Second-Year Latin II
  2. Placing by examination at the 300 level and receiving 6 credit hours of special credit in L 200 and L 250 upon successful completion of the course in which one was placed.
Language (3 credits)
CLAS-L 410 Advanced Prose Composition

Literature (12 credits)

Select two courses from:
CLAS-L 305 Ovid
CLAS-L 307 Cicero
CLAS-L 308 Caesar, Civil War
CLAS-L 309 Introduction to Virgil's Aeneid

Select two courses from:
CLAS-L 407 Roman Lyric
CLAS-L 408 Roman Comedy
CLAS-L 409 Readings in Medieval Latin

Culture and Civilization (9 credits)
CLAS-C 102 Roman Culture

Select one course from:
CLAS-C 102 Roman Culture
CLAS-C 206 Classical Art and Archaeology
CLAS-C 414 Art and Archaeology of Rome

Select one course from:
CLAS-C 205 Classical Mythology
CLAS-C 405 Comparative Mythology

Electives (6 credits)
Courses to be selected from any of the above 300- or 400-level Latin courses not already taken or from the following electives:
CLAS-L 400 Intensive Study of Literary Latin
CLAS-L 423 Roman Satire
CLAS-L 424 Silver Age Historians
CLAS-L 426 Rhetoric and Oratory
CLAS-L 427 Virgil's Eclogues and Georgics
CLAS-L 429 Roman Letters
CLAS-L 430 Lucretius
CLAS-L 432 Livy

Russian (SLAV) (Program under Revision) (2.5 GPA) (37-39 credits)
200-Level Course Work (8 credits)
Choose one of the following options:

  1. Complete: SLAV-R 201 Intermediate Russian I
    SLAV-R 202 Intermediate Russian II
  2. Placing by examination in SLAV-R 202 and successfully completing the course will earn special credit in SLAV-R 201.
  3. Placing by examination in SLAV-R 301 and successfully completing the course will earn special credit in SLAV-R 201 and SLAV-R 202.

Required (31 credits)
SLAV-R 301 Advanced Intermediate Russian I (P: SLAV-R 201 and SLAV-R 202 B or better)
SLAV-R 302 Advanced Intermediate Russian II (P: SLAV-R 201 and SLAV-R 202 B or better)
SLAV-R 325 Advanced Intermediate Oral Russian I (P: SLAV-R 301)
SLAV-R 326 Advanced Intermediate Oral Russian II (P: SLAV-R 302)
SLAV-R 401 Advanced Russian I (P: SLAV-R 302 B or better)
SLAV-R 402 Advanced Russian II
SLAV-R 403 Russian Phonetics (P: SLAV-R 302)
SLAV-R 404 Structure of Russian
SLAV-R 405 Readings in Russian Literature I (P: SLAV-R 263, SLAV-R 264)
SLAV-R 406 Readings in Russian Literature II (P: SLAV-R 263, SLAV-R 264)
SLAV-R 407 Readings in Russian Culture and Society I (P: SLAV-R 302) or
SLAV-R 408 Readings in Russian Culture and Society II (P: SLAV-R 302)

Electives (To total 37 credits)
Course work to be selected with advice of College of Arts and Sciences department advisor.

Spanish (HISP) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)
200-Level Course Work (6 credits)
Choose one of the following options:

  1. Complete: HISP-S 250 Second-Year Spanish II and
    HISP-S 275 Introduction to Hispanic Culture
  2. Placing by examination in HISP-S 275 and completing the course with a grade of C- or higher will earn special credit in HISP-S 250.
  3. Placing by examination in HISP-S 310 and completing the course with a grade of C- or higher will earn special credit in HISP-S 250; the 3 credits of HISP-S 275 must be replaced with one additional course at the 300 or 400 level.

Language (15 credits)
HISP-S 310 Spanish Grammar and Composition (P: HISP-S 275 or equivalent)
HISP-S 312 Introduction to Expository Writing in Spanish (P:HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311, or equivalent)
HISP-S 317 Spanish Conversation and Diction (P: HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311) or
HISP-S 425 Spanish Phonetics (P: HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311, or equivalent)
HISP-S 326 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (P:HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311 or equivalent)
HISP-S 428 Applied Spanish Linguistics (P: HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311, or equivalent)

Literature (9 credits)
Select two courses from:
HISP-S 331 Hispanic World I (P: HISP-S 310, HISP-S 311, or equivalent)
HISP-S 332 Hispanic World II (P: HISP-S 331)
HISP-S 333 Hispanic World (P: HISP-S 310 or HISP-S 311)
Select at least one 400-level literature course.

Culture and Civilization (3 credits)
Select one course from:
HISP-S 411 Spain: The Cultural Context (P: HISP-S 331)
HISP-S 412 Spanish America: The Cultural Context (P: HISP-S 331)
HISP-S 413 Hispanic Culture in the United States (P: HISP-S 331)

Electives (3 credits)
Select three credit hours from any of the above 300- or 400-level courses not taken to fulfill language, literature, or culture and civilization requirements.

Health Education (HPER) (2.5 GPA) (34 credits)

Please see the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) Bulletin for details about this program.

Journalism (JOUR) (2.5 GPA) (36 credits)

Note: Students interested in earning teacher licenses in both journalism and English should major in language arts/English and complete a cognate field in journalism.
Required (15 credits)
JOUR-J 110 Foundations of Journalism and Mass Communications
JOUR-J 200 Reporting, Writing, and Editing I (P: ENG-W 131, P/C: SLS-L 155)
JOUR-J 201 Reporting, Writing, and Editing II (P: JOUR-J 200)
JOUR-J 210 Visual Communications
JOUR-J 300 Communications Law
JOUR-J 343 Broadcast News (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)
JOUR-J 463 Computerized Publication Design I

Group I (3 credits)
Select one course from:
JOUR-J 351 Newspaper Editing (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)
JOUR-J 352 Magazine Editing (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)

Group II (3 credits)
Select one course from:
JOUR-J 320 Principles of Creative Advertising
JOUR-J 321 Principles of Integrated Marketing
JOUR-J 337 Economics of Mass Media
JOUR-J 409 Media Management

Group III (3 credits)
Select one course from:
JOUR-J 344 Photojournalism Reporting (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)
JOUR-J 354 Photojournalism Editing (P: JOUR-J 344)

Electives (To total 36 credits)
JOUR-J 341 Newspaper Reporting (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)
JOUR-J 342 Magazine Reporting (P: JOUR-J 201 and JOUR-J 210)
JOUR-J 353 Broadcast News Editing (P: JOUR-J 200 and JOUR-J 343)
JOUR-J 410 Media as Social Institutions
JOUR-J 420 Advertising as Communications (P: JOUR-J 320)
JOUR-J 465 Computerized Publication Design II (P: JOUR-J 463)

Language Arts/English (2.5 GPA) (37 credits) Required (12 credits)
ENG-L 202 Literary Interpretation
ENG-L 371 Introduction to Criticism (P: L202)
ENG-W 350 Advanced Expository Writing
EDUC-M 412 Teaching Writing in Middle and Secondary School (Must Take before BLOCK II) OR
EDUC- L 512 Teaching Writing in Middle and Seconday School (Must take before BLOCK II)

Writing (3 credits)
ENG-W 103 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENG-W 203 Creative Writing
ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills
ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing
ENG-W 270 Argumentative Writing
ENG-W 280 Literary Editing and Publishing

Language (4 credits)
Group I (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-G 205 Introduction to English Language
LING-L 103 Introduction to the Study of Language
ENG-G 302 Structure of Modern English (P: ENG-G 205 or LING-L 103)
ENG-G 405 Studies in English Language (P: ENG-G 205 or LING-L 103)
EDUC-L 400 Language Ed Issues for Teachers or EDUC-L 500 Language Education Issues for Teachers

Group II (1 credit)
Select one course from:
EDUC-M 454 Grammar for Teachers
ENG-W 202 English Grammar Review

Literature (15 credits)
Group I (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-E 301 Literatures in English to 1600
ENG-L 305 Chaucer
ENG-L 306 Middle English Literature

Group II (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-E 302 Literatures in English, 1600-1800
ENG-L 220 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENG-L 308 Elizabethan Drama and Its Background
ENG-L 309 Elizabethan Poetry
ENG-L 313 Early Plays of Shakespeare
ENG-L 314 Late Plays of Shakespeare
ENG-L 317 English Poetry of the Early Seventeenth Century
ENG-L 318 Milton
ENG-L 320 Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENG-L 327 Later Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENG-L 347 British Fiction to 1800
ENG-L 350 Early American Writing and Culture to 1800

Group III (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-E 303 Literatures in English 1800-1900
ENG-L 332 Romantic Literature
ENG-L 335 Victorian Literature
ENG-L 348 Nineteenth-Century British Fiction
ENG-L 351 American Literature 1800 to 1865
ENG-L 352 American Literature 1865-1914
ENG-L 355 American Fiction to 1900

Group IV (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-E 304 Literatures in English 1900-present
ENG-L 345 Twentieth-Century British Poetry
ENG-L 346 Twentieth-Century British Fiction
ENG-L 354 American Literature Since 1914
ENG-L 357 Twentieth-Century American Poetry
ENG-L 358 Twentieth-Century American Fiction
ENG-L 366 Modern Drama: English, Irish, American and Post-Colonial
ENG-L 380 Literary Modernism
ENG-L 381 Recent Writing
ENG-L 383 Studies in British or Commonwealth Culture

Group V (3 credits)
Select one course from:
ENG-L 391 Literature for Young Adults
EDUC-M 435 Teaching Young Adult Literature orEDUC-L 535 Teaching Young Adult Literature

Diverse Literature (3 credits)
Select one course from:
AFRO-A 249 African-American Biography
AFRO-A 277 Images of Blacks in Film 1903-1950
AFRO-A 278 Contemporary Black Film
AFRO-A 383 Blacks in American Drama and Theatre 1767-1945
AFRO-A 384 Blacks in American Drama and Theatre 1945-present
AFRO-A 379 Early Black American Writing
AFRO-A 380 Contemporary Black American Writing
AFRO-A 479 Contemporary Black Poetry
AFRO-A 480 Black Novel
CMLT-C 257 Asian Literature and the Other Arts
CMLT-C 261 Introduction to African Literature
CMLT-C 266 Introduction to East Asian Fiction
CMLT-C 300 Topics in Yiddish Literature
CMLT-C 340 Women in World Literature
CMLT-C 361 African Literature and Other Arts
ENG-L 207 Women and Literature
ENG-L 241 American Jewish Writers
ENG-L 249 Representations of Gender and Sexuality
ENG-L 364 Native American Literature
ENG-L 374 Ethnic American Literature
ENG-L 375 Studies in Jewish Literature
ENG-L 378 Studies in Women and Literature
FOLK-F 352 Native Am. Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
FOLK-F 356 Chicano Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
FOLK-F 363 Women's Folklore/Folklife/Folk Music
GER-Y 350 Yiddish Culture in America
GNDR-G 225 Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
HISP-S 220 Chicano and Puerto Rican Literature

Mathematics (MATH) (2.0 GPA) (42 credits) Analysis (12 credits)
MATH-M 211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH-M 212 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH-M 311 Calculus III

Algebra (9 credits)
MATH-M 301 Applied Linear Algebra (P: MATH-M 212) or MATH-M 303 Linear Algebra for Undergraduates (P: MATH-M 212)
MATH-M 391 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (spring only)
MATH-T 403 Modern Algebra for Secondary Teachers (fall only) (P: MATH-M 301 or MATH-M 303 and MATH-M 391)

Probability and Statistics (3 credits)
MATH-M 365 Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Geometry (3 credits)
MATH-T 336 Topics in Euclidean Geometry (fall only) (P: MATH-M 212)

Applied Mathematics (3 credits)
MATH-M 447 Mathematical Models and Applications (fall only) (P: MATH-M 301 or MATH-M 303, MATH-M 311, MATH-M 365)

Computer Programming (3 credits)
MATH-M 371 Elementary Computational Methods (P: MATH-M 212)

Math Education Linking Courses (3 credits)
Select at least three of the 1 credit variable-title course Mathematics Throughout the Secondary Curriculum. Some will be offered as corequisites with required courses and some will be offered as independent courses. Current topics include probability and statistics, calculus, algebra, and modeling. Typically, courses related to two different topics will be offered each semester.
EDUC-M 302 Mathematics Throughout the Secondary Curriculum
EDUC-M 302 Mathematics Throughout the Secondary Curriculum
EDUC-M 302 Mathematics Throughout the Secondary Curriculum

Electives (To total 42 credits)
Select one course from:
MATH-M 321 Intuitive Topology (Spring only)
MATH-M 343 Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH-M 405 Number Theory
MATH-M 413 Introduction to Analysis

Select any other mathematics course at the 300 level or above, but the following are recommended:
MATH-M 380 History of Mathematics
MATH-M 448 Mathematical Models and Applications II
MATH-M 467 Advanced Statistical Techniques I
MATH-M 453 Cryptography
MATH-M 415 Elementary Complex Variables with Applications

Science (2.5 GPA) (49-53 credits)

A. Secondary Science Education Core (32 credits)

Required for all science majors
BIOL-L 111 Introduction to Biology: Evolution and Diversity
BIOL-L 112 Introduction to Biology: Biological Mechanisms
CHEM-C 117 Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry I
CHEM-C 118 Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry II
GEOG-G 107 Physical Systems of the Environment
GEOL-G104 Evolution of the Earth
PHYS-P 201 General Physics I and PHYS-P 202 General Physics II or PHYS-P 221 Physics I and PHYS-P 222 Physics II

B. Philosophy of Science (3 credits)
Required for all science majors
HPSC-X 100 Human Perspective on Science
HPSC-X 102 Revolutions in Science
HPSC-X 200 Scientific Reasoning
HPSC-X 222 Big Science in the Twentieth Century
PHIL-P 150 Elementary Logic

C. Certification Concentration Areas
Choose one subject area to study in depth as a concentration area. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required.

Chemistry (14 credits)

Required
CHEM-C 341 Organic Chemistry I (P: C 118)
CHEM-C 342 Organic Chemistry II (P: C 341)
CHEM-C 343 Organic Chemistry Lab (P: C 341 and C: C 342)
CHEM-C 360 Introduction to Physical Chemistry (P: C 118 and M 119 and P 201)

Elective (3 credits)
CHEM-C 315 Chemical Measurements (P: C 317 and C 318)
CHEM-C 317 Equilibria and Electrochemistry (P: C 341 and M 211 or M 215)
CHEM-C 318 Spectrochemistry and Separations (P: C 341 and M 211 or M 215)
CHEM-C 361 Physical Chemistry of Bulk Matter (P: C 118 and M 212 or M 216 and P 202 or P 222)
CHEM-C 430 Inorganic Chemistry (P: C 118 and C: C 341)
CHEM-C 483 Biological Chemistry (P: C 342 and 15 credits of chemistry)
CHEM-C 484 Biomolecules and Catabolism (P: C 341 and C 342 and 12 credits of chemistry)
CHEM-C 485 Biosynthesis and Physiology (P: C484)
GEOG-G 434 Air Pollution Meteorology (P: G304)
GEOL-G 406 Introduction to Geochemistry (P: G 222 or G 225 and M 212 and C 118)
GEOL-G 444 Methods in Analytical Chemistry
SPEA-E 451 Air Pollution and Control (P: E272 or H316 and C117 and M119 or M211)

Earth-Space Science (18 credits)
Required
AST-A 221 General Astronomy I
AST-A 222 General Astronomy II
GEOG-G 304 Physical Meteorology and Climatology
GEOL-G 225 Earth and Materials (P: CHEM-C 117)

Elective (3 credits)
GEOL-G 300 Environmental and Urban Geology (P: one course in physical or general geology or physical geography)
GEOL-G 302 Development of the Global Environment (P: One course in AST, CHEM, PHYS, and MATH-M 118)
GEOL-G 329 Introductory Field Experience in Environmental Science (P: One course in environmental science and G 225)
GEOL-G 334 Principles of Sediment.and Stratigraphy (P: G 222 or G 225)
GEOL-G 415 Geomorphology (P: G 222 or G 225 and C 117 and M 119 or M 211)

Life Science Biology (18 credits)
Required
BIOL-L 113 Biology Laboratory (P or C: L112 and L111)
BIOL-L 211 Molecular Biology (P: L112)
BIOL-L 311 Genetics (P: L211)
BIOL-L 318 Evolution (P: L311)
BIOL-L 473 Ecology (P: L318 or consent of instructor)

Elective (3 credits)
BIOL-L 312 Cell Biology (P: L 211)
BIOL-L 313 Cell Biology Laboratory (P: L 113 and L 211 or C 383 or C 384 and C: L 312)
BIOL-L 317 Developmental Biology (P: L 311)
BIOL-L 319 Genetics Laboratory (P or C: L 311)
BIOL-M 250 Microbiology (P: L211 and two semesters of chemistry)
BIOL-M 255 Microbiology Laboratory (C: M 250)
BIOL-B 300 Vascular Plants (P: Introductory biology)
BIOL-L 341 Natural History of Coral Reefs Field Course (P: Introductory biology, one course in organismal biology or ecology, sedimentology or stratigraphy, and swimming proficiency)
BIOL-L 351 Fungi (P: L 111, and L112)
BIOL-L 352 Fungi Laboratory (P or C: B 351)
BIOL-B 364 Summer Flowering Plants (P: introductory biology)
BIOL-B 373 Plant Development (P: L 111 and L 211)
BIOL-Z 374 Invertebrate Zoology (P: introductory biology)
BIOL-M 375 Human Parasitology (P: L 111 and L 112)
BIOL-L 376 Biology of Birds (P: L 111 and L 112)
BIOL-Z 406 Vertebrate Zoology (P: L 111 and L 112)
BIOL-L 433 Tropical Biology (Field Course)
BIOL-L 490 Independent Research (P: 2.5 GPA)
SPEA-E 410 Introduction to Environmental Toxicology (P: SPEA-E 272 or H 160 and a BIOL course)
SPEA-E 442 Habitat Analysis Terrestrial (Field Course)
SPEA-E 443 Habitat Analysis Aquatic (Field Course)
SPEA-E 455 Limnology (P: SPEA-E 272 or H 316 and C 101 or C 105)
SPEA-E 547 Introduction to Conservation Biology (P: ecology)
GEOL-G 411 Invertebrate Paleontology (P: L 111 or L 112 and 300-400 level BIOL or GEOL course)

Physics (14 credits)
Required
PHYS-P 301 Physics III (P: P 202 or P 222) or PHYS-P 300 General Physics III (P: P 202 or P 222)
PHYS-P 309 Modern Physics Laboratory (P: P 301)
PHYS-P 310 Environmental Physics (P: P 201 and M 211)
PHYS-P 331 Theory of Electricity and Magnetism (P: P 222 or P 202 and M 312)

Elective (3 credits)
AST-A 221 General Astronomy I
AST-A 222 General Astronomy II
AST-A 320 Computational Problems in Astronomy
GEOG-G 304 Physical Meteorology and Climatology
GEOG-G 336 Environmental Remote Sensing
GEOG-G 350 Instrumentation and Field Methods in Atmospheric Science (P: G 304)
GEOG-G 431 Dynamic Meteorology (P: G 304)
GEOG-G 433 Synoptic Meteorology (P: G 304)
PHYS-P 332 Theory of Electricity and Magnetism II (P: P 331 and M 312)
PHYS-P 340 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (P: P 222 or P 202 and M 311)
PHYS-P 360 Physical Optics (P: P331)
PHYS-P 400 Digital Electronics I and PHYS-P-401 Analog Electronics
PHYS-P 410 Computing Applications in Physics (P: P 332 and C 301)
PHYS-P 441 Analytical Mechanics (P: M 343 and M 212)
PHYS-P 451 Experiments in Modern Physics (P: P 301 and P 309)
PHYS-P 453 Quantum Mechanics (P: P 332)

Physical Science (17 credits)
Required
CHEM-C 341 Organic Chemistry I (P: C 118)
CHEM-C 342 Organic Chemistry II (P: C 341)
CHEM-C 360 Introduction to Physical Chemistry (P: C 118 and M 119 and P 201)
PHYS-P 301 Physics III (P: P 202 or P 222) or PHYS-P 300 General Physics III (P: P 202 or P 222)

Electives
Select one course from:
CHEM-C 343 Organic Chemistry Laboratory (P: C 341 P: C 342)
PHYS-P 309 Modern Physics Laboratory (P: P 301)

Select one course from:
PHYS-P 310 Environmental Physics (P: P 201 and M211)
PHYS-P 331 Theory of Electricity and Magnetism (P: P 222 or P 202 and M 312)

Social Studies (2.5 GPA) (51-63 credits)

  1. Choose three social studies subject areas and complete the required number (15-21) of credit hours in each area. Recommendation: government and citizenship, historical perspectives, geographical perspectives, and economics are considered critical subject areas for schools; psychology and sociology are considered less critical.
  2. Select up to 6 credit hours of required 100-level survey courses in each of your social studies subject areas. No more than 6 credit hours at the 100 level may be used in any subject area.
  3. At least 24 credit hours must be completed at the 300 level or higher in the social studies major, including required content field-designated seminars attached to EDUC-M 341.
  4. Choose an additional 6 credit hours distributed from two of the three remaining social studies subjects to complete the 51 credit hours.
  5. A 2.5 overall GPA is required in the social studies major.
  6. A 2.5 minimum GPA is required in each of the three SS subject areas for certification.

Government and Citizenship (18 credits)
Required Courses: select Y103 and one other from list.
POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics and POLS-Y 105 Introduction to Political Theory or POLS-Y 107 Introduction to Comparative Politics or POLS-Y 109 Introduction to International Relations

Additional courses: Select at least one course from state/local government, international/comparative politics, and topical/issues in government.

Historical Perspectives (21 credits)
Required Courses: select from a pair identified below.
HIST-H 105 American History I-II and HIST-H 106 American History I-II or HIST-H 101 World in the Twentieth Century I-II and HIST-H 102 World in the Twentieth Century I-II or HIST-H 103 Europe Renaissance to Napoleon and HIST-H 104 Napoleon to Present

Additional courses: Select at least one course in comparative history, U.S. history, and world regional history. Additional Recommendations: A301, A302, A303, A304, A314, and A315.

Economics (15 credits)
Required Courses: E 175, E 201, and E 202
ECON-E 175 Economics for Social Studies Teachers
ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomic
ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics
Additional courses: Select at least one course in international/comparative economics and topical/issues in economics.

Geographical Perspectives (18 credits)
Required Courses:
GEOG-G 110 Introduction to Human Geography and GEOG-G 107 Physical Systems of the Environ or GEOG-G 120 World Regional Geography

Additional courses: Select at least one course in regional geography and one in topical/issues in geography.

Psychology (15 credits)
Required Courses:
PSY-P 101 Introductory Psychology I and PSY-P 102 Introductory Psychology II or PSY-P 151 Introduction to Psychology I for Majors and PSY-P 152 Introduction to Psychology II for Majors

Additional courses: Select at least one course in developmental psychology and one in topical/issues in psychology.

Sociology (15 credits)
Required Courses:
SOC-S 100 Introduction to Sociology
SOC-S 101 Social Problems and Policies

Additional courses: Select at least one course in socialization/institutions, and one in topical/issues in sociology.

ANCHOR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (46 credits)

Note: Before student teaching, a 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher is required in each EDUC course listed below.

Required Nonauthorized Courses (13 credits)
These courses must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC-M 300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society
EDUC-P 312 Learning Theory into Practice andEDUC-P 313 Adolescents in a Learning Community EDUC-W 201 Beginning Technology Skills

This course may be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:
EDUC H 340 Education in American Culture

Authorized Courses (33 credits)
These courses cannot be taken until you are admitted to the SoE/TEP. Blocks must be taken in order.

EDUC-S 303 Legal Issues and Classroom Management/Secondary
EDUC-K 306 Teaching Students with Special Needs: Secondary Classrooms

Note: It is recommended EDUC-S 303 be taken with Block I and EDUC-K 306 with Block II.

Block I (11 credits)
EDUC-M XXX Major Methods Course I
EDUC-M 303 Field Experience I
EDUC-M 469 Content Area Literacy
EDUC-W 301 Integrating Technology into Teaching I

Block II (9 credits)
EDUC-M XXX Major Methods Course II
EDUC-M 403 Field Experience II
EDUC-W 401 Integrating Technology into Teaching II

Block III (13 credits)
All professional education courses must be completed before student teaching.
EDUC-M 420 Professional Development Seminar
EDUC-M 480 Student Teaching

COMMUNITY OF TEACHERS (CoT): PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Note: Before student teaching, a 2.5 overall GPA and grade of S, C, or higher is required in each EDUC course listed below.

Required Nonauthorized Courses (13 credits)
These courses must be taken before admission to the CoT and SoE/TEP:
EDUC-S 400 Field Based Seminar orEDUC-S 500 Field Based Seminar

Students enroll in the seminar throughout the program; it replaces most of the prerequisite course work; minimum of two semesters; typically requires five semesters (20 credits)

EDUC-K 205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (fall only) (Note: required for Exceptional Needs Program only)

Ten of the 30 required expectations completed and documented.

Authorized Courses (16 credits)
These courses cannot be taken until you are admitted to the CoT and SoE/TEP.

EDUC-XXX Major Methods Course II
EDUC-M 464 Methods of Teaching Reading

A student is eligible to student teach upon completion of 20 of the 30 expectations.

EDUC-M 480 Student Teaching

A student achieves a teaching license by completing CoT's 30 program expectations.

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Community of Teachers (CoT): Exceptional Needs/Early and Late Adolescence

This degree area enables you to teach exceptional needs students, mild intervention in the middle school/junior high or high school. Course requirements for this program are valid at Indiana University Bloomington as reflected in the School of Education Supplement. A 2.5 GPA is required in the content field and overall. This program has competitive enrollment and consists of four components:

General Education
Content Field
Professional Education
Electives
Total
33 credits
23-27 credits
54+ credits
19 credits
124 credits
Note: Before student teaching, a grade of C or higher is required in oral expression, written expression, and all education classes.
GENERAL EDUCATION (33 credits)

Arts and Humanities (12-15 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits)
ENG-W 110 Writing across the Curriculum
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing

Intensive Writing (0/3 credits)
Refer to the online Schedule of Classes-Special Course Listings (Intensive Writing Courses).

Remaining Arts and Humanities (6 credits)
Select 6 credits from the "Arts and Humanities" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Natural and Mathematical Sciences" course list (See "Appendix II" in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Social and Historical Studies (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Social and Historical Studies" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Multicultural Studies (3 credits)
Select 3 credits from the "Cultural Studies Requirement," List A or List B see Appendix I in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course to be double counted in general education.

CONTENT FIELDS (23-27 credits)

Choose one subject area to study in depth as a concentration area. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required.

Art (26 credits)
FINA-F 100 Fundamental Studio Drawing
FINA-F 101 Fundamental Studio 3D
FINA-F 102 Fundamental Studio 2D
FINA-H 100 Art Appreciation
EDUC-M130 Introduction to Art Education (fall only) andEDUC-M 101 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-M330 Foundations of Art Education (fall only) (P: EDUC-M 130, EDUC-M 101) andEDUC-M 301 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Computing (27 credits)
EDUC-W 200 Using Computers in Education (Prerequisite)
EDUC-W 210 Survey of Computer Based Education
EDUC-W 220 Technical Issues in Computer-Based Education
EDUC-W 310 Computer-Based Teaching Methods
EDUC-W 435 Technology Leadership
EDUC-W 410 Practicum

Select 2 courses from:
EDUC-R 311 Introduction to Instructional Technology
EDUC-R 341 Application/Use of Multimedia
EDUC-R 347 Education Simulation Games

Foreign Languages (25 credits)
Language courses at 200+ level for 6 credits
Grammar course for 3 credits
Composition course for 3 credits
Literature, culture, and civilization course for 3 credits
EDUC-M 432 Teaching Foreign Language (spring only) and EDUC-M 403 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Health and Safety (25-26 credits)
HPER H263 Personal Health
HPER H352 Secondary School Health Curriculum and Instruction
HPER H353 Field Observation or Spec Education
HPER H452 Secondary School Health Strategies and Assessment
HPER H453 Microteaching Laboratory: Health Education
HPER H464 Coordinating School Health
EDUC M470 Practicum

Select 2 courses from:
HPER H160 First Aid and Emergency Care
HPER H180 Stress Prevention and Management
HPER H318 Drug Use in America
HPER F255 Human Sexuality

Language Arts/English (25 credits)
Select a Shakespeare course
Select a nineteenth- or twentieth-century literature course
ENG-L 391 Literature for Young Adults
EDUC-L 400 Instruction Issues in Lang Ed or EDUC-L 500 Instruction Issues in Lang Ed
EDUC-M 454 Grammar for Teachers or ENG-W 202 English Grammar Review
ENG-M 412 Teaching Writing in the Secondary School or ENG-L 512 Teaching Writing in the Secondary School
EDUC-M 452 Methods of Teach English or EDUC-M 428 Inquiry into Middle School Methods or EDUC-M 416 Inquiry into High School Methods EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Mathematics (26 credits)
MATH-M 211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH-M 212 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH-M 365 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
MATH-T 336 Topics in Euclidean Geometry
MATH-M 301 Applied Linear Algebra or MATH-M 303 Linear Algebra for Undergraduates EDUC-M 442 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Music (24 Credits)
MUS-Z 101 Music for the Listener
MUS-Z 111 Introduction to Music Theory
MUS-E 130 Introduction to Music Learning
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Select 3 courses from:
MUS-Z 202 History of Rock Music
MUS-Z 301 Rock Music in the '70s and '80s
MUS-Z 320 Music, Art, Poetry
MUS-Z 320 Beach Boys and Beefheart
MUS-Z 320 Writing and Recording Pop
MUS-Z 373 American Music

Physical Education (23 Credits)
HPER-P 141 Foundations of Human Movement
HPER-P 216 Concepts of Physical Fitness
HPER-P 224 Teaching of Dance
HPER-P 203 Skill Practicum in Physical Education
HPER-P 323 Teaching Individual/Dual Activities
HPER-P 325 Teaching Team Activities
HPER-P 398 Adapted Physical Education
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Science (25 credits)
BIOL-L 111 Introduction to Biology: Biological Mechanisms or BIOL-L 112 Introduction to Biology: Evolution and Diversity
CHEM-C 117 Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry
GEOG-G 107 Physical Systems of Environment or GEOL-G 104 Earth Science: Evolution
PHYS-P 201 General Physics I
EDUC-M 346 Science Methods and EDUC-M 303 Field Experience
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

Social Studies (27 credits)
Select U.S. History 200-level course for 3 credits
Select U.S. History 300-level course for 3 credits
Select world history 200-level course for 3 credits
Select world history 300-level course for 3 credits
Select government 200-level course for 3 credits
Select government 300-level course for 3 credits
EDUC-M 441 Methods of Teaching Social Studies or EDUC-M 341 Social Studies Methods I
EDUC-M 470 Practicum

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (54+ credits) Note: Before student teaching, a 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher is required in each EDUC course listed below. Required Non-authorized Course
EDUC-K 205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (fall only)

Admission to CoT Program Requirements

  1. Admission to Indiana University (School of Education, School of Continuing Studies, Research and University Graduate School, etc.)
  2. Written application to CoT
  3. Interviews with CoT faculty and students.
CoT Authorized Courses (11+ credits) EDUC-S 400 Field-Based Seminar in Teacher Education (enroll in 4 credits each semester, for a minimum of two semesters)
EDUC-K 343 Education of the Socially and Emotionally Disturbed I (spring only)

Admission to the SoE/TEP Requirements (40 credits)

  1. 2.5 GPA overall
  2. EDUC-S 400 Field-Based Seminar in Teacher Education
  3. PRAXIS I Exam (Mathematics 175, Reading 176, and Writing 172)
  4. Submit SoE/TEP Application: https://omnibase2.educ.indiana.edu

SoE/TEP Authorized Courses (40 credits)
EDUC-K 344 Teaching Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders (fall only) or EDUC-K 553 Management of Academic and Social Behavior (fall only)
EDUC-K 361 Assistive Technology for Elementary School Students with Disabilities (fall only) or EDUC-K 510 Assistive Technology in Special Education (summer only)
EDUC-K 426 Assessment and Instruction (summer only) or EDUC-K 352 Education of Children with Learning Problems (fall/spring) or EDUC-K 525 Survey of Mild Handicaps (summer only)
EDUC-K 441 Transition across the Life Span (spring only) or EDUC-K 541 Skills Assessment and Remediation for the Special Needs Adult (spring only)
EDUC-K 422 Social Skills (spring only) or EDUC-K 522 Survey of Mental Retardation
EDUC-K 465 Service Delivery Systems and Consultations (spring) or EDUC-K 565 Service Delivery Systems and Consultations
EDUC-K 405 Building Inclusive Middle and Secondary Schools (required each semester after placement with mentor teacher)
EDUC-M 464 Methods of Teaching Reading (fall/spring)

Semester before Student Teaching

Ten expectations must be documented before taking the content field concentration methods course.

EDUC-M XXX Specialized Methods II for academic subject

Student Teaching Semester
All professional education courses and 20 expectations must be completed before student teaching.
EDUC-K 488 Student Teaching in Special Education
EDUC-M 470 Practicum in Content Field Concentration Area
A student achieves a teaching license by completing CoT's 30 program expectations.

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All School Settings Education Programs

The All School Settings Programs in music, physical education,and visual arts education each lead to a Bachelor of Science degree. The School of Music and the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation offer the degree programs in those respective fields. Detailed information and advising about those particular programs are provided by those schools.

Music Education (MUS)

See the School of Music Bulletin for program details.
Physical Education

See School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Bulletin for program details.

Visual Arts Education (All School Settings)

This degree area enables you to teach in early and middle childhood, middle school/junior high, or high school settings (K-12). Course requirements for this program are valid at IUB as reflected in this School of Education Supplement. A 2.5 GPA in the content field and overall are required. Enrollment is competitive. The program consists of four components:

General Education
Content Field
Professional Education
Electives
Total
33 credits
52 credits
38-40 credits
0-1 credit
124-126 credits
Note: Before student teaching, a grade of C or higher is required in oral expression, written expression, and all education classes.

GENERAL EDUCATION (33 credits)

Arts and Humanities (12-15 credits)
Oral Expression (3 credits)
CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking
CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication
EDUC-G 203 Communication in the Classroom

Written Expression (3 credits) ENG-W 110 Writing across the Curriculum
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition
ENG-W 170 Projects in Reading and Writing

Intensive Writing (0/3 credits)
Refer to the online Schedule of Classes-Special Course Listings (Intensive Writing Courses).

Remaining Arts and Humanities (6 credits)
Select 6 credits from the "Arts and Humanities" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Natural and Mathematical Sciences (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Natural and Mathematical Sciences" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Social and Historical Sciences (9 credits)
Select 9 credits from the "Social and Historical Studies" course list (see Appendix II in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course work to be double counted in content field.

Multicultural Studies (3 credits)
Select 3 credits from the "Cultural Studies" requirement list A or B (see Appendix I in this Supplement). Careful selection may allow course to be double counted in General Education.

VISUAL ARTS REQUIREMENTS (2.5 GPA) (52 credits)
Required (19 credits)
FINA-F 100 Fundamental Studio Drawing
FINA-F 101 Fundamental Studio 3-D
FINA-F 102 Fundamental Studio 2-D
FINA-A 101 Ancient and Medieval Art
FINA-A 102 Renaissance through Modern Art
EDUC-M 130 Introduction to the Teaching of Art (Fall Only) and EDUC-M 101 Field Experience

Select courses at the 100-200 Level (21 credits*)
Art studio
Art history or theory
Electronic media
Other selections with program approval.

Select courses at the 300-400 Level (12 credits*)
Art studio
Art history or theory
Electronic media
Other selections with program approval.

Program requires a minimum of 33 credits in studio courses and 15 credits in art history, theory, or criticism.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (38-40 credits)

Note: Before student teaching, a 2.5 overall GPA and a grade of C or higher is required in each EDUC course listed below.

Required Nonauthorized Courses (14 credits)
These courses must be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP:

EDUC-M 300 Teaching in a Pluralistic Society
EDUC-P 254 Educational Psychology for Teachers of All Grades and EDUC-M 201 Laboratory/Field Experience
EDUC-W 200 Using Computers in Education

This course may be taken before admission to the SoE/TEP.
EDUC-H 340 Education in American Culture

Authorized Courses (24-26 credits)
These courses cannot be taken until you are admitted to the SoE/TEP. Blocks must be taken in order.

EDUC-M 464 Methods of Teaching Reading
EDUC-K 306 Teaching Students with Special Needs: Secondary Classrooms

Block I (Fall Only) (4 credits)
EDUC-M 330 Foundations of Art Methods I (P: M 130/M 101)
EDUC-M 301 Field Experience I

Block II (Spring Only) (4 credits)
EDUC-M 430 Foundations of Art Methods II (P: M 330/M 301)

EDUC-M 401 Field Experience II

Block III (10-12 credits)
All professional education courses must be completed before Student Teaching.

EDUC-M 482 Student Teaching

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