Graduate with an Elementary Education degree.
Required 125 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above, and 30 which must be from UND) including:
I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).
II. EHD General Graduation Requirements (see EHD listing).
III. The Following Curriculum:
|T&L 252||Child Development||3|
|or PSYC 250||Developmental Psychology|
|GEOG 151||Human Geography||3|
|or GEOG 161||World Regional Geography|
|Selet one of the following (History):||3|
|Western Civilization I|
|Western Civilization II|
|United States to 1877|
|United States since 1877|
|History of North Dakota|
|MATH 103||College Algebra *||3|
A higher level math or qualify score on the math placement test may be substituted.
A. Science Requirement:
One science with corresponding lab
Additionally, students must take a science course in the following four science areas: physical, biological, earth, and space studies. This coursework may be selected from the Essential Studies course list or from T&L 400-level science courses. Note that T&L science courses count as elective courses in the major and cannot be applied towards Essential Studies graduation requirements.
IV. Minor or Specialty Area:
Each student must have a minor or specialty area consisting of 20 credits. Two courses or a maximum of six credits may be transferred from your Essential Studies to your minor or specialty area. Select from: Anthropology, Art, English Language Learner/Bilingual Education, Early Childhood Education, Economics, English, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Geography, History, Indian Studies, Kindergarten Endorsement, Literacy Education, Mathematics, Middle School, Music, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Science, Social Studies, Sociology, Special Education, Technology Education or Visual Arts.
V. Introductory Courses:
|T&L 250||Introduction to Education||3|
|T&L 328||Survey of Children's Literature||3|
|T&L 251||Understanding Individuals with Different Abilities||3|
VI. Post Admission Courses:
|MATH 277||Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers||3|
|T&L 335||Understanding Readers and Writers||3|
|T&L 339||Educational Technology||2|
|KIN 305||Health/Physical Education for Early Childhood and Elementary Education Teachers||3|
|T&L 324||Integrating the Arts in the Elementary Classroom||3|
|T&L 432||Learning Environments||3|
|T&L 404||Assessment in the Elementary Classroom||1|
|T&L 405||Data Literacy for Teachers||1|
|T&L 433||Multicultural Education||3|
|T&L 417||Writing & Language Arts Methods||2|
|T&L 474||STEM Concepts in the Elementary Classroom||3|
VII. Education Methods Courses:
TEAM (Taken as a block of courses)
|T&L 410||Teaching Reading in the Elementary School Classroom (TEAM)||3|
|T&L 430||Social Studies in the Elementary School (Team)||3|
|T&L 440||Mathematics in Elementary School (Team)||3|
|T&L 470||Science in the Elementary School (TEAM)||3|
|T&L 486||Field Experience||2|
VIII. Student Teaching and Related Courses:
|T&L 487||Student Teaching||13|
|T&L 488||Senior Seminar||1|
|T&L 489||Senior Capstone: Responsive Teaching||3|
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