Jun 07, 2020  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Elementary Education Major, B.S.


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The following is only one source of information regarding a student’s program of study for a B.S. in Elementary Education. Note: Some courses required in the major will also fulfill requirements for the General Education Curriculum. Students should always meet with a faculty advisor for information on course scheduling, rotation, and selection and for planning an effective and efficient program of study. Students must complete the following:

General Education Curriculum


Select one Social Science elective from the following: (3 Semester Hours)


History
Economics
Political Science
Anthropology
Geography
Sociology

Concentrations:


For K-6 licensure program, all above requirements must be met. In addition, two areas of concentration must be completed, with a minimum of 18 semester hours in each area with minimum grades of C in each course. For K-6 licensure program, with 7-12 endorsement in two areas of concentration, all above requirements must be met. In addition, two areas of concentration must be completed, with a minimum of 21 semester hours in each area with minimum grades of C in each course. The areas of concentration include:

English
Mathematics
General Science
Social Studies

Note(s):


*Education course requirements are currently being reviewed by the Mississippi Department of Education and may change prior to the next catalog printing.

General Education - Special Subject Areas (Grades K-12 Art, Music, Physical Education and Spanish):


Teacher Licensure is offered in the following special subject areas: BFA in Art Education, BM in Music Education, BS in Health and Kinesiology, and B.A. in Spanish, all with Teacher Certification requirements. For specific degree requirements, consult the section of the catalog for the Art, Music, Health and Kinesiology, and Spanish.

General Education – Secondary Subject Areas (Grades 7-12):

Licensure at the secondary level is offered for Biology, Physical Science, Mathematics, English, and Social Studies. For specific degree requirements, consult the section of the catalog for the specific departments associated with each discipline.

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