Multi-Disciplinary Degree Courses

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Multi -Disciplinary Degree Courses to Take From BMCC for your AAOT to meet EOU requirements.

Course Name Number of Courses Suggested Courses

Intro to Literature one ENG 104, 107, 108 OR 109

Survey of Art one ART 101

Science four Geology, Physics, Biology

one from each discipline Chemistry, or General Science

Math three MTH 211, 212 AND 213

World Geography one GEOG 120

Intro Psychology one PSY 201

US History one HIST 201 OR 202

World Civilization one ANTH103

American Government one POLS 101 OR 201

Elements of Music one MUS 101

Artistic Creation one Any studio art, theater or creative

writing class that meet AAOT requirements

Wellness/Health one HPE 295 OR HE250

Theatre/Communications one COM 111, COM 112 OR any Theatre

Writing two WR 121 AND WR 122

Cultural Awareness one ED 258

20-25 credits of content electives (subjects relative to teaching elementary students).

See Dr. Munck to fine tune your plans.

EOU Classes

Fall Year 3

ED 130 - Cultural Differences in American Education (2)*

ED 354—Reading/Language Arts Primary Grades— (3 credits)

ENGL 316 - Approaches to Grammar (4)

ED 361 - Foundations of Second Language Education (3)

Winter Year 3:

ED 355—Reading/Language Arts Elementary Grades— (3 credits

ED 421 - Second Language Acquisition & ESOL Strategies (3)

ED 421L - ESOL Practicum I (concurrent with ED 421) (1)

ED 446 - Sociolinguistics for Teachers (3)

Spring Year 3

ED 462 - Language and Cognition in Second Language Learners (3)

ED 479 - ESOL Practicum II (2)

Summer Year 3:

ED 341 - Art Expanded Arts: Media, Issues, and Concepts

Fall Year 4: Courses and practicum focused on primary children.

ED 309—September Experience— (0 credits)

ED 383/483—Individual Differences and Issues— (3 credits)

ED 437 - Emergent Literacy (2)

ED 480—Primary Learning Cycle— (2 credits)

ED 480L—Primary Core Lab— (0 credits)

ED 481—Curriculum and Standards—Art and Music—( 1 credit)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

PES 481—Curriculum and Standards—PE & Health— (1 credit)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

ED 482—Primary Classroom Dynamics—(2 credits)

ED 485—Primary Assessment—(2 credits)

LIB 387—Literature for Primary Grades—(2 credits)

LIB 490—Educational Technology—(1 credit)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

Winter Year 4: Courses and practicum focused on upper elementary children.

ED 384/484—Exceptionalities— (3 credits)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

ED 380—Elementary Learning Cycle— (2 credits)

ED 380L—Elementary Core Lab— (0 credits)

ED 381—Curriculum and Standards—Science—( 1 credit)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

ED 381—Curriculum and Standards—Social Studies— (1 credit)

covers both primary and upper elementary topics.

ED 382—Elementary Classroom Dynamics—(2 credits)

ED 385—Elementary Assessment—(2 credits)

LIB 388—Literature for elementary Grades—(2 credits)

Spring Year 4:

ED 415—Student Teaching Primary— (5 credits)

ED 415—Student Teaching Elementary— (5 credits)

ED 412—Student Teaching Seminar—(2 credits)