Education Classes: EDR 514 – Exploring Multicultural Competencies and Literacy Instruction (3 credits) EDR 524 – Teaching Reading

in the Content Areas (3 credits) EDS 543 – Inclusive Schools and Communities (3 credits) EDT 594 – Student Teaching (12 credits) EDU 280 – Introduction to Adolescence Education (6 credits) EDU 582 – Maintaining an Effective Learning Environment (3 credits) EDU 589 – Advanced Social Foundation (2 credits) EDU 593 – Educational Psychology Applied to Teaching Adolescents (2 credits) EDU 5109 – Curriculum development: Middle and Secondary School (4 credits) EDU 5130 – Assessment in Education (2 credits) EDU 5170 – Educational Technology I (2 credits) EDU 5270 – Educational Technology II (2 credits) EDU 5180 – Practitioner Research in Education I: Planning Research (2 credits) EDU 5280 – Practitioner Research in Education II: Conducting Research (2 credits) HED 310 – Foundations: Personal Health (3 credits)

English Classes: ENG 100 – College Writing I (4 credits) ENG 101 – College Writing II (3 credits) ENG 163 – Introduction to Film and Literature (3 credits) ENG 170 – Multiethnic American Literature (3 credits) ENG 195 – Fundamentals of Literary Study I: The Literary Text (3 credits) ENG 196 – Fundamentals of Literary Study II: Trends and Movements (3 credits) ENG 209 – Introduction to Writing Fiction (3 credits) ENG 295 – Modern Mythmaking (3 credits) ENG 297 – Fundamentals of English Language Arts (3 credits) ENG 301 – Expository Writing (AWR) (3 credits)

ENG 305 – Composition Skills for Teachers (3 credits) ENG 313 – 18th Century English Literature I (3 credits) ENG 323 – Topics: Literary Expression (3 credits) ENG 326 – Modern Short Story (3 credits) ENG 338 – Utopias in Literature (3 credits) ENG 346 – 20th Century Literature to 1960 (3 credits) ENG 364 – Shakespeare (3 credits) ENG 375 – Literature for the Classroom Teacher (3 credits) ENG 461 – Young Adult Literature (3 credits) ENG 462 – Young Adult Science Fiction (3 credits)

Electives: ANT 102 – Comparative Cultures (3 credits) CMM 101 – Introduction to Public Speaking (3 credits) FNI 101 – Introduction to Careers in Nutrition and Diet (1 credit) GEG 310 – Geography of United States Global Perspectives (3 credits) HIS 102 – United States History Since 1877 (3 credits) HIS 132 – Modern Global History (3 credits) LIB 105 – Introduction to Information and Technology Literacy (1 credit) MAT 131 – Quantitative Reasoning in Basic Math (3 credits) MUS 112 – Jazz History (3 credits) MUS 114 – American Pop: North and South (3 credits) PED 220 – Coaching Basketball (2 credits) PED 420 – Athletics in Education (3 credits)

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