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Bachelor Of Arts In English
Concentration: English- Secondary Teacher Certification
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Students must apply for candidate status in education during the semester in which they have completed a minimum of 48 credits, but less than 60 credits. Students will be advised by their Certification Coordinator or Education Department Head about the specific requirements that must be met to continue in the English (Teacher Certification) program. Students must consult regularly with their Certification Coordinator to ensure that all requirements are met. Acceptance into the program is not a guarantee of program completion; students must continue to meet all program eligibility requirements to continue in the program. Requirements for this program may change at any time to meet PDE State Certification and Teacher Preparation requirements.
* 3 credits One from... COSK1220 Reading & Writing Strategies
  COSK2221 Intercultural Communications
* 3 credits COSK1221 Argument and Research
* 3 credits COSK2220 Public Speaking and Persuasion
* 3 credits COSK2230 Professnl Commun In Workplace
  3 credits ECON1010 Survey Of Economics
* 3 credits ELIT1040 Readn Literature:Coming Of Age
  3 credits HUMA1010 Humanities: Art and Music
* 3 credits One from... INFS1020 Intro Decision Support Systems
  INFS1050 Fund Of Information Systems
  3 credits One from... MATH1020 Pre-Calculus
  MATH1050 Math Reasoning/Applications
  MATH2040 Finite Math & Applied Calculus
  MATH2050 Applied Calculus I
  MATH2070 Calculus W/Analytic Geom I
  MATH2170 Calculus W/Analytic Geom II
  MATH2170 Calculus W/Analytic Geom II
  3 credits PSYC1010 General Psychology
  3 credits One from... SOCI1010 Principles Of Sociology
  SOCI1020 Contemporary Amer Social Prob
  3 credits One from... HIST1100 United States History I
  HIST1200 United States History II
  HIST1500 Western Civilization To 1715
  HIST1600 Western Civilization From 1715
  POLS1020 American National Government
  HIST1700 World Civilization I
  HIST1800 World Civilization Since 1500
  3 credits One from... Any course in the Biology discipline
  Any course in the Chemistry discipline
  Any course in the Environmental Science discipline
  Any course in the Geology discipline
  Any course in the Physics discipline
* 3 credits ELIT2000 The Study Of Literature
* 3 credits ENGL2540 Study Of Language
* 3 credits ENGL3500 Study Of Rhetoric
MAJOR 30 Credits Required
* 3 credits ELIT3080 American Lit Before 1865
* 3 credits ELIT3090 American Lit From 1865-Present
* 3 credits ELIT3120 British Literature To 1789
* 3 credits ELIT3130 British Literature 1789-Presen
* 3 credits ELIT3520 Dramatic Art Of Shakespeare
* 3 credits ELIT4800 Seminar In English Studies
* 3 credits ENGL3010 Modern Engl Grammar & Editing
* 3 credits ENGL3020 Creative Writing
* 3 credits ENGL4000 The Teaching Of Writing
* 3 credits STAT2110 Statistics
Students must complete all requirements for the Professional Semester prior to enrolling in EDUC4510.
* 3 credits EDUC2000 Schools and Society
* 3 credits EDUC2100 Educ Psyc/Classroom Mgmt
* 3 credits EDUC3025 Curriculum Design/Assessment
* 3 credits EDUC3050 Tchng Students With Spec Needs
* 3 credits EDUC3060 Tch In Inclusive Sec Classroom
* 3 credits EDUC3120 Technology For Sec Educators
* credits EDUC3220
* 3 credits EDUC4110 Cont Spec Pedagogy:Eng/Comm Ed
* 3 credits EDUC4200 Student Teaching Seminar
  9 credits EDUC4510 Student Teach Intern: Comm/Eng
OPEN ELECTIVES 15 Credits Required
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective
  3 credits One from... Any course in the OP elective

* A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course identified with an asterisk
A cumulative Q.P.A. of 3.00 or higher is required for graduation.

COSK0990, MATH0900--These courses may be required but do not fulfill requirements for graduation in this degree program.

Upon completion of the Communication Skills courses (COSK), students must complete a component of courses, (the specific number is determined by the student's academic "School") to meet one of the requirements for graduation. These courses called "Communication Skills Intensive" are integrated into the degree as part of the "major" areas on the checksheet. If you should have questions about this degree requirement, consult your academic advisor or the department head of your major.

Students are highly recommended to take the following courses to satisfy their open electives:

ELIT2030 African American Literature or
ELIT2080 Women in Literature
ELIT2010 Study of Essay
ELIT2055 World Literature
ENGL3110 History of English Language
JRNL3020 Journalism Production

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