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SENIOR Fall 3 Assessment and Evaluation/EDCR 330* 3 Methods/Materials for ELL/EDCR 420* 3 Research Project/Oral Report/ ENGL 400 3 Upper-level international lit/ENGL 3 British literature/ENGL 15

Spring 3 Professional Seminar/EDCR 401 12 Student Teaching/EDFL 410


* Field Experience embedded throughout semester [ Cohort Courses All education courses require a grade of C or better. All field experience require a grade of pass (P). LENG 111, LENG 112, Literature Series, and 6 credits of Math 103 or 3 credits of Math 103 or higher plus 3 credits of PSYC 211 require a grade of C or higher. A GPA of 3.0 or greater is required of all students seeking teacher certification. 4 + 1 B.A./M.A. in English This program allows highly qualified students to complete the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in five years rather than six. Students of exceptional promise may be admitted to the program at the time of undergraduate admission; admitted students would be in the top 10% of their graduating class, have earned a B+ or above average in their English courses, and have scored 600 or above on the SAT verbal section. These students would be accepted with the understanding that at the completion of their junior year they would have maintained a sufficiently high GPA both overall and particularly in their major (3.2 overall and 3.5 in the major). Students not initially recruited for the program who met these criteria could also be invited to participate. A definite commitment on the part of the department and of the student would be made at the conclusion of the fifth semester (midway through the junior year). Students accepted into the program upon admission would be able to complete it without having to take summer courses. Students who are admitted later, and who have completed fewer than 68 credit hours by the end of the sophomore year, will need to take summer credits during the third and/or fifth summer. Students who are interested in the program, but who are not accepted at admission, will be encouraged to complete several major courses during the sophomore year and to take a full load. 4+1 B.A. to M.A. Matrix FRESHMAN Fall Semester 3 College Composition/LENG 111 3 Modern Language 3 Foundations of Theology/LTHE 101 3 LS Social Science 3 History without Borders/LHST 111 2 First-year seminar 17

Spring Semester 3 Critical Analysis and Composition/LENG 112 3 Modern Language 3 Intro to Philosophy/LPHI 131 3 LS speech 3 Mathematics 3 Pursuits of English/ENGL 206 18

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Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019  

Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019