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Bachelor’s in Education Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Education is an undergraduate major, which features courses that provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the foundations of our education system, research-based instructional practices, and strategies designed to enhance their ability to connect with both ELL and ESE student populations. The Bachelor of Science in Education provides students with the skills needed to thrive in the 21st century classroom and the flexibility required in order for them to simultaneously pursue focused coursework in an area of interest.

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE AND DESCRIPTION CREDITS
*RAZT 1050 Fundamentals of Peer Education 3
EDUC 2010 Foundations of Education 3
ESOL 2903 Cross-Cultural Studies 3
ESOL 3340 Survey of TESOL for Teachers 3
EDUC 3350 Survey of Exceptional Student Education 3
EDUC 3525 Practices of Instruction 3
EDUC 3535 Educational Assessment 3
EDUC 4010 Foundations of Curriculum Development 3
SECE 4320 Secondary Classroom Management in Multicultural Settings 3
SECE 4560 Methods of Teaching Secondary Reading 3
SECE Select any SECE prefix methods course in a content area 3
ESOL 4565 Second Language Learning 3
EDUC 4510 Diversity and Ethics 3
SECE Select any SECE Methods course in a content area 3
Total Major Credits 39

The bachelor's program in Education comprises 120 credit hours. The program consists of a general education section and a core course section.

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE AND DESCRIPTION CREDITS
*RAZT 1050 Fundamentals of Peer Education 3
EDUC 2010F Foundations of Education 3
ESOL 2903F Cross-Cultural Studies 3
ESOL 3340F Survey of TESOL for Teachers 3
EDUC 3350F Survey of Exceptional Student Education 3
EDUC 3525F Practices of Instruction 3
EDUC 3535F Educational Assessment 3
EDUC 4010F Foundations of Curriculum Development 3
SECE 4320F Secondary Classroom Management in Multicultural Settings 3
SECE 4560F Methods of Teaching Secondary Reading 3
EDUC 3360F Educational Psychology 3
ESOL 4565F Second Language Learning 3
EDUC 4510F Diversity and Ethics 3
SECE (Select any SECE Methods course from content area) 3
Total Major Credits 39

* RAZT 1050 is required for students in the Shark Teach Program

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