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Academic Programs-School of Education Allied Courses GEO 200 HIS 114 PSY 211 SCI 212

English Teacher Certification Curriculum World Geography United States History II: 1865 to Present Human Growth and Development Principles of Physical Science I Total Allied Credits: 12

Bachelor of Arts B.A./B.S. Core:

48 credits

EDU 235 is used by the School of Education to satisfy the IT 100 competencies in the B.A./B.S. core for all education students enrolled in a certification program.

Content Area Concentration Completion of 12 credits in an approved area of concentration

Major Courses Courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated.

Fine Arts:

select four FAS courses

Humanities:

select four courses from the following disciplines: ENG, HIS, LIT, PHL

ENG LIT

350 201

Mathematics:

select four MAT courses

Science:

select four SCI courses

Social Science:

select four courses from the following disciplines: ECO, POL, PSY, SOC

LIT LIT LIT LIT

300 316 319 337

Content Area Credits: 12 Total Credits: 120

Secondary Education The secondary education program leads to teaching certification for grades 5-12. Students complete requirements in one of the content area fields as well as teaching certification requirements in education. Secondary certification options include: English education, social studies education with a concentration in history and social studies education with a concentration in political science. The program provides graduates with comprehensive knowledge of instructional theory and practice while examining traditional, innovative and research-based approaches to teaching middle and high school students.

English Education The English teacher education program allows students to major in English and to complete New Hampshire certification requirements to teach English in grades 5-12. The program of study provides the prospective English teacher with a broad and integrated liberal arts background, a concentrated study of English literature and language, and the knowledge and experience to help middle, junior and senior high school students develop to their full potential.

The English Language World Literature I: Foundations of Culture Literary Theory Modern Drama Shakespeare Modern Poetry

Select one of the following: LIT LIT LIT LIT

203 205 207 210

Early American Literature American Renaissance American Realism and Naturalism American Literature: 20th Century and Beyond

Select one of the following: LIT LIT

228 230

LIT LIT

234 236

Medieval Literature British Literature: Renaissance to Restoration British Romantic and Victorian Writers British Modernism

Select one of the flowing: LIT LIT LIT LIT

328 330 332 350

Multi-Ethnic Literature Gender and Text The Nature Writers The Black Literary Tradition

Major Credits: 27 Required Courses EDU 200 Introduction to Education EDU 243 Learning Theory and Instruction EDU 275 Writing Workshop for Educators EDU 318 Methods of Teaching Secondary Education EDU 320 Methods of Teaching English EDU 426 Implementation of Action Research EDU 440 Differentiating Instruction EDU 490 Student Teaching and Seminar (12 credits) SPED 260 Children with Exceptionalities Total Required Credits: 33 Allied Courses GEO 201 HIS 114 PSY 211 SCI 212

World Geography United States History II: 1865 to Present Human Growth and Development Principles of Physical Sciences I Total Allied Credits: 12 Total Credits: 120 67

SNHU Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2010  

Southern New Hampshire University 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog