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Undergraduate NYS Initial Certification Program
EECE Pre-Requisites Worksheet (LASAR)

Date ______________________ Advisor _____________
Name ___________________________________________
Last

First

PCC-English Composition
(Grade of B or better required)

PCC-Foreign Language
(Exemption or Intermediate-level)

PCC-Physical Education
(FNES 11-30)

Three (3) Writing-Intensive Units
(Grade of B or better in each unit)

ENGL 110________________

Course 1 __________________

Course _______________

1 “W” _________________ Grade _________

Grade ___________________

Course 2 __________________

Grade ________________

2

st

nd

“W”_________________ Grade _________

rd

Course 3 __________________

3 “W”_________________ Grade _________

Students who are interested in obtaining NYS Initial Certification in Childhood Education (Grades 1-6) must select LASAR courses that
correspond to the NYS learning standards for elementary school teachers. Students must also complete additional liberal arts courses to
fulfill these NYS requirements. LASAR courses cannot be taken with the P/NC option; no grade lower than C will be accepted. Courses with
“+” sign also fulfill Pre-Industrial and/or Non-Western Civilization requirement.

EECE LASAR Requirements (These LASAR may be offered as “W” writing-intensive courses.)
Humanities I Tier 1 (1 Course; lower-level literature – must be in English)

 Met NYS Core Area – Eng Lang Art
Classical, Middle Eastern & Asian Languages & Culture: CLAS +150
Comparative Literature: CMLIT +101, 102
English: ENGL 140/165, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156
European Languages & Literatures: FREN 041; GERM 041; ITAL 041; RUSS 155
Hispanic Languages & Literatures: SPAN 041

Course _________________
Grade __________________

Humanities I Tier 2 (1 Course; upper-level literature – must be in English)
Africana Studies: AFTST 234
Classical, Middle Eastern & Asian Languages & Culture: ARAB +150; CHIN +240; CLAS +250
HEBRW 150, 160; JPNS +250, 255; KOR +150; MES 155, +250, +255; YIDD 150
Comparative Literature: CMLIT 203, 204, 205, +211, +212, 213, 214, 215, 217, 218, +220, +221,
229, +230, +231, +242, 333, +334, 335, 336, 341, 381, 382, 383, 384
English: ENGL 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, +311, +312, +313, +320, +321, 322, 323, 324, +330,
+331, 332, 333, 334, +340, 341, 344, 345, 346, 352, 353, 354, 355, 357, 358, 359, 361,
+365, 370, 371, 373, 374, 376, +380, +381, 383, 384, 385, 395, 2497
European Languages & Literatures: GRKMD 041; RUSS 233, 243, 245, 280, 281, 282

Course ________________
Grade _________________

Humanities II (3 Courses: 2 Courses Chosen in Option A or B and Music 261 is required)
Option A

Option B

Appreciation [Select One]
Art History; ARTH 001, 101, 102, +110, +111,
+112, 113, +114, 115, 201, +203,
+204, +205, +206, +207, +211,
+212, +215, +221, +222, +223
+225, +234, +238, +240, 246,
247, 251, 252, 254, 259, 262,
264, +270, +271, +272, +273,
284, +286

Appreciation [ Select One]
Drama, Theatre & Dance: DRAM 001, 101,
111, +201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 308;
DANCE 259

MUSIC 261 – Grade __________
Option A

Option B

ARTH/ARTS _______________
Grade_______________
DRAM/DANCE _____________
Grade_______________

Participation [Select One]
Drama/Theatre: DRAM 100
Dance: DANCE 150

Participation [Select One]
Studio Arts: ARTS 150, 151, 161, 171, 182
_____________________________________________________________

NOTES:
Step 1: Select Option A or B
Step 2: Select one (1) Art class in chosen option
Step 3: Select one (1) Drama/Dance in chosen option
*Music 261 is required for all EECE students

Humanities III (1 Course)

Course __________________
Grade ___________________

Pre-Industrial / Non-Western Civil.
Africana Studies: AFTST 232
American Studies: AMST 110
Anthropology: ANTH 104
Arabic: ARAB +160
Classics: CLAS +120, +140
Comparative Literature: CMLIT +225, 240, 337, 340, 342
Cultural Studies: CMAL 101
East Asian Studies: EAST 130, 230, 235 (ORTST 140, 220, 221)
English: ENGL 150/170, 265, 290, 382, 386, 387, 388
History: HIST 001, 002, 117, 125, 126, 302, +303
Linguistics: LCD 101
Philosophy: PHIL 101, 106, 111, +118, +140
Religious Studies: RLGST +102
World Studies: WLDST 101, 104

Social Sciences (4 Courses: 2 American History + 2 Social Sciences)
American History (Required)
Social Sciences
HIST 103 – Grade ________________

Course _________________ Grade ___________

HIST 104 – Grade ________________

Course _________________ Grade ___________

(1 Course; any course with “+” sign fulfills
PINWC requirement)
Course __________________
Grade ___________________

 Met NYS Core Area – Soc. Studies
Africana Studies: AFTST +101, +102
Anthropology: ANTH +101, +103
Economics: ECON 100, 101
Linguistics: LCD 205, 206
Philosophy: PHIL 104, 123, 221, 222, 226
Pol. Sci.: PSCI 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105
Sociology: SOC 101, 103
Urban Studies: URBST 101, 102, 105, 106
World Studies: WLDST +102

Physical and Biological Sciences (2 Courses: 1 Physics and 1 Additional Lab Science)
Physics Course (Required)
Lab Science*

PHYS 001

Grade ___________________

Course _________________________________ Grade ___________________

*A higher level lab science in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, or Geology may be accepted. (See EECE Dept,)

Science Methodology/Quantitative Reasoning (2 Courses: Math 119 and 1 Statistics Course)
EECE Math (Required)
Statistics

MATH 119 [Math 119 also fulfills PCC-Math]

 Met NYS Core Area – Science
Select one of the following:
Biology: BIOL 011
Chemistry: CHEM 016 and 017
Environmental Science: ENSCI 111
Geology: GEOL 100 or 101
 Met NYS Core Area – Math
Select one of the following:
Anthropology: ANTH 238
Mathematics: MATH 114
Psychology: PSYCH 107
Sociology: SOC 205

Grade ___________________

Course _________________________________ Grade ___________________

EECE Courses required prior to applying and acceptance into the Professional Sequence.
EECE 201

EECE 310
Grade _______________

CUNY Proficiency Exam

EECE 340
Grade _______________

Co-Major _______________________________ (See Co-Major Dept.)

Grade _______________
ISLAV Rev. 11/2008

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