Early and Elementary Education Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
|Grand Bands||Cr. Hrs. Minimum|
|Grades 3 - 6||76|
|Combined PK-3 & 3-6||90|
A student must select one grade band but are encouraged to complete both or add an additional endorsement from the options below.
Additional Endorsement Areas
|Majors||Cr. Hrs. Minimum|
|Foreign Language - Arabic K-12||42|
|Foreign Language - French K-12||42|
|Foreign Language – Spanish K-12||42|
|Bilingual-Bicultural Education K-12||24|
|English as a Second Language K-12||24|
Additional Endorsements include: Bilingual-Bicultural Education, English as a Second Language, and World Languages. A Bilingual-Bicultural Education and English as a Second Language student will be certified to teach in grades K-12. A World Language student will be certified to teach in grades K-12.
No grade below "C" may be used to meet requirements specific to elementary education, the major, the minor (including the planned minor), or professional education courses; grades of "C-minus" are not acceptable.
Students in this program complete an individualized Plan of Work with their advisor and the Elementary Education Advising Guide for their chosen band(s).
The College of Education educator preparation programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Kathryn Roberts, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Interim Assistant Dean
Primary Advisors in Academic Services
Teacher Education Division
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