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BIBL1033Biblical Literature
BIBL1043Biblical Foundations For Living (L)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
BIOL1014Life Science (1)
COMM1113Introduction To Speech Communication
EDUC2001Field Experience I (Spring only)
EDUC2101Introduction to American Education for EC-6 Teaching (Spring only)
EDUC3133Methods Of Elementary Math And Science Instruction (Fall only)
EDUC3143Creative Expression for the Young Child (Fall only)
EDUC3301Field Experience II (Fall only)
EDUC3323Planning And Assessment
EDUC3343Foundations of American Education and Culture
EDUC3353Development and Learning of the Young Child (Spring only)
EDUC3401Field Experience III
EDUC4023Legal Issues in Education (2)
EDUC4101Certification Preparation Seminar (EC-6th) (Fall only)
EDUC4133Methods Of Elementary Language Arts And Social Studies Instruction (Spring only) (3)
EDUC4143Language Development Of The Young Child (Fall only)
EDUC4153Classroom Management And Organization For The Elementary School (L) (Spring only)
EDUC4173Historical Perspective & Legal Implications for Individuals with Disabilities
EDUC4186Student Teaching In The Elementary School (Spring only)
EDUC4373Methods of Differentiating Instruction for Individuals with Disabilities
EDUC4401Field Experience IV (Fall only)
ENGL1013English Composition I
ENGL1023English Composition II
ENGL Literature Elective (3 hours)
GEOG2013World Regional Geography (Fall only)
HIST2113American History to 1865 (Fall only) (4)
HIST2123American History from 1865 (Spring only) (4)
HIST4503Texas And The American West (Spring only)
HUMA2023Children's Fine Arts (Spring only)
INTC3002Applications 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
MATH3503Mathematical Concepts (Spring only)
PHYS1014Physical Science (1)
POLS2103Federal, State, And Local Government
PSYC2143Human Growth And Development (Fall only)
READ3003The Teaching of Reading
READ3133Integrated Reading and Writing Methods
READ3343Literature for Children and Adolescents (Fall only)
READ4103Remediation Of Reading Difficulties (Fall only)
READ4363ELL and Bilingual Literacy Methods
  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 successfully completing the course READ 4363 and 6 additional course hours selected from EDUC or READ courses will be eligible to sit for the Supplemental English as a Second Language TExES exam. Students successfully completing the alternate two courses EDUC 4173, and EDUC 4373 (and one additional 3-hour course in READ, EDUC, or TESL) will be eligible to sit for the Supplemental Special Education TExES exam.
1: BIOL 1113 & 1111 General Biology I & Lab may be substituted for BIOL 1014; PHYS 1113 & 1111 General Physics I and Lab or PHYS 2514 may be substituted for PHYS 1014.
2: Students may substitute MEDU5163 Public School Law. The course description for MEDU 5163 is available in the GAPS catalog at http://adults.letu.edu/student-services.asp.
3: Students may substitute MEDU 5373 Effective Methods Language Arts & Social Studies.
4: Both HIST 1113 Western Civilization to 1715 and HIST 1123 Western Civilization from 1715 may be substituted for both HIST 2113 and HIST 2123.