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Political Science, Social Science, Secondary Education Emphasis BS

Political Science, Social Science, Secondary Education Emphasis BS
Course Number and TitleCredits
ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing3
ENGL 102 Intro to College Writing and Research3
UF 100 Intellectual Foundations3
UF 200 Civic and Ethical Foundations3
DLM Mathematics3-4
DLN Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course with lab4
DLN Natural, Physical, and Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
DLV Visual and Performing Arts3
DLL Literature and Humanities3-4
DLS ED-CIFS 201 Foundations of Education3
DLS POLS 101 American National Government3
EDTECH 202 Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age3
ED-CIFS 301* Teaching Experience I2
ED-CIFS 302* Learning and Instruction4
FF ED-CIFS 400 Constructing a Professional Portfolio1
ED-CIFS 401* Professional Year — Teaching Experience II3
ED-CIFS 405* Teaching Secondary Social Studies3
ED-ESP 350* Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs at the Secondary Level3
ED-LLC 444* Content Literacy for Secondary Students3
Teaching Experience III/IV*
*You must apply for admission to secondary teacher education in order to enroll in these upper-division education courses.
Completion of all requirements for graduation with a secondary education option may require more than 120 credit hours. See Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies for more information.
HIST 111-112 United States History6
POLS 200 Introduction to Politics3
CID POLS 300 American Political Institutions and Behavior3
CID POLS 305 Comparative Politics: Theories, Methods, and Political Processes3
CID POLS 306 International Relations: Actors, Interactions, and Methods3
POLS 404 Urban Politics3
POLS 414 Comparative State Politics3
Choose three (3) of the following:
POLS 405 American Chief Executive
POLS 407 American Policy Process
POLS 446 Constitutional Law
POLS 447 Civil Liberties
(History will need only 14 additional credits over those already required, Economics and Sociology will require 20 credits)14-20
Electives to total 128 credits2-11