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Interdisciplinary Studies, B.S. 4th - 8th Grade Certification with Mathematics and Science Concentrations (ISE3)
Requirements List for 2006-2007
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BIBL1003Biblical Foundations For Living (L)
BIBL2003Biblical Literature
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BIOL1111General Biology Laboratory I (Fall only)
BIOL1113General Biology I (Fall only)
BIOL1121General Biology Laboratory II (Spring only)
BIOL1123General Biology II (Spring only)
BIOL2014Human Anatomy And Physiology I (Fall, Odd years only)
BIOL3504Principles Of Ecology And Field Biology (Fall, Odd years only)
COMM1113Introduction To Speech Communication
EDUC2100Practicum I (Spring only)
EDUC2201Introduction To 4th - 8th Grade Teaching (Spring only)
EDUC3010Practicum II (Fall only)
EDUC3133Methods Of Elementary Math And Science Instruction (Fall only)
EDUC3320Practicum III (Spring only)
EDUC3323Planning And Assessment (Spring only)
EDUC3343Foundations of American Education and Culture
EDUC4113Overview of Special Education (Summer only)
EDUC4153Classroom Management And Organization For The Elementary/Middle School (L) (Spring only)
EDUC4201Certification Preparation Seminar (4th-8th)
EDUC4223Teaching The Middle School Student
EDUC4286Student Teaching In The Middle School
EDUC4330Practicum IV (Fall only)
ENGL1013English Composition I (1)
ENGL1023English Composition II (1)
ENGL2323Survey Of British Literature I
ENGL3103Survey Of American Literature I (Fall only)
GEOL1114General Geology I (Fall, Even years only)
HIST2113American History to 1865 (Fall only)
HIST2123American History from 1865 (Spring only)
HUMA1153Introduction To Fine Arts
INTC3003Applications Of Technology
KINE1512Concepts Of Lifetime Fitness
KINE2502Movement And Games For Children (Fall only)
KINE2901Emergency Care And First Aid
KINE3002Children's Health And Physical Development (Spring only)
LETU1101Cornerstones Of Life And Learning (L)
MATH1203College Algebra With Applications
MATH1252Trigonometry
MATH1423Elementary Statistics
MATH1503Calculus With Business Applications (Spring only)
MATH1803Discrete Mathematics
MATH3503Mathematical Concepts (Spring only)
MATH3553Math Practicum (Fall only)
PHYS1014Physical Science (Fall only)
POLS2103Federal, State, And Local Government
PSYC2143Human Growth And Development (Fall only)
READ3003The Teaching Of Reading
READ4313Reading And Testing In The Content Areas
  Fulfill English Proficiency Requirement (0 hours)
Total Hours: 129
Notes: The first Interdisciplinary concentration is Education and the second and third Interdisciplinary concentrations are Language Arts and a combination of courses. Students in this major may add the following coursework to support the Supplemental Special Education certificate: EDUC 4113 Overview of Special Education, EDUC 4233 Teaching Students with Learning Differences and Behavior Disorders, and EDUC 4313 Education Strategies for Individuals with Disabilities. Students successfully completing these three courses will be eligible to sit for the Supplemental Special Education TExES exam. Students in this major may add the following coursework to support the Supplemental English as a Second Language certificate: EDUC 4353 Teaching Diverse Populations, READ 4313 Reading and Testing in the Content Areas, and READ 4323 Literacy Instruction in ESL and Bilingual Settings. Students successfully completing these three courses will be eligible to sit for the Supplemental English as a Second Language TExES exam.
1: Minimum grade of 'B' required