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  Oct 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Education Studies (BSE)


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The major in Education Studies is designed as a flexible program of study within the area of Education.  Candidates for the degree complete the university’s General Education Program, Human Development and Learning, the Professional Education Core, Content Area Reading, Research in Educational Studies, Service Learning, and Professional Education Electives.  Beyond these specific requirements, degree candidates will work with a faculty advisor to develop a concentrated area of study that best meets their academic and professional goals.  Elective credits allow students to either earn a minor, or explore additional areas of interest within the university.

The Education Studies program is intended to serve the needs of university students and working professionals who desire or are required to have a background in the field of education, while allowing them the flexibility to enhance their backgrounds in at least one area of specialization to best suit their needs.  While this program does not necessarily meet the requirements for a teaching license, close work with a faculty advisor may allow a candidate to complete course work that will position them for future study and licensure in an appropriate field.

Degree Requirements


General Education Program 41 Hours
Professional Education Core 30 Hours
Human Development and Learning 9 Hours
Concentration (to be identified with faculty advisor) 24-34 Hours
General Electives 6-16 Hours
   
Total Hours Required for Graduation 120 Hours

 

Concentration (to be identified with faculty advisor)


Concentrations listed separately below.

General Electives (6-16 Hours)


Concentrations


Professional and Related Studies Concentration (24 Hours)


An Education faculty advisor approved, planned sequence of courses in an area determined to be of academic and professional value to the student. 

Out of the required 24 hours, at least 6 hours will be at the 4000 level, and 6 hours will be at the 3000 or higher levels.

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