Education: History and Social Science (Grades 6-12) Checklist


Licensure Area Requirements    
EDUC 210: Principles of Education done need
EDUC 221: The Exceptional Student done need
EDUC 242: Instructional Technology done need
EDUC 311: Secondary Curriculum Concepts and Pedagogy done need
EDUC 338: Field-Based Internship/Practicum done need
EDUC 345: Differentiated Classrooms in the Secondary School done need
EDUC 351: Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Areas, 6-12 done need
EDUC 481: Strategic Classroom Management in the Secondary School (in Block) done need
EDUC 491: Student Teaching, Grades 6-12, Secondary (in Block, 2 units) done need
PSYC 215: Child and Adolescent Development done need
TESL 221: Cross-Cultural Learning and Communication: Understanding the Needs of English Language Learners in Secondary Schools done need

HIST 125: World History I  (Prior to Fall 2013)
   
OR
HIST 150: World History II  (Prior to Fall 2013)
OR
HIST 110: Ancient World
OR done need
HIST 120: Medieval World
OR
HIST 130: Early Modern World
OR
HIST 140: Modern World
   
HIST 175:  U.S. History  (Prior to Fall 2013)
OR done need
HIST 200: U.S. History  or HIST 175 U.S. History

Two units from the American History course groups (200, 300, 400 levels) in history major. done need
done need

One other one-unit history course from departmental offerings. A non-western unit is strongly recommended to fulfill the additional course required. done need

GEOG 110: World Geography done need

One other one-unit geography course from departmental offerings; Geography 101 is strongly recommended. done need

Two one-unit economics courses from Business/Economics department offerings. done need
done need

POLI 101: Introduction of Political Science done need

Two other one-unit political science courses from departmental offerings. done need
done need
 

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