Elementary Education Integrated Studies (B.S.)


Residential Program

Undergraduate candidates who plan to teach in the elementary or middle school must major in Integrated Studies in Elementary Education. For Elementary (grades preK-6), the teacher candidate must choose one of the core areas (English, math, science or social science).

To add the Middle School option (grades 6-8) to the Elementary endorsement, the teacher candidate must complete: one additional course, EDUC 412 Middle School Curriculum and Instruction, middle school field experiences and one student teaching placement in a middle school setting.


Academics

Cognates

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Science
  • Spanish

Professional Education Requirements

  • EDUC 125/126 - Introduction to Education
  • EDUC 220 - Differentiated
  • EDUC 225/226 - Instructional Design
  • EDUC 317/318/319 - Elementary Reading/Language Arts
  • EDUC 322/323/324 - Elementary Social Studies/Math/Science
  • EDUC 360 - Foundations of Education
  • EDUC 410/411 - Elementary Curriculum
    Middle School option: EDUC 412 Middle School Curriculum and Instruction
  • EDUC 415/416 - Measurement/Evaluation
  • EDUC 475 - Seminar in Classroom Management
  • EDUC 476 - Student Teaching I
  • EDUC 477 - Student Teaching II

Program of Study

Degree Completion Plans (DCP)

Candidates who have already earned a bachelor's degree should view the M.A.T. in Elementary Education.