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Department of History
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Four-Year Plan - Bachelor of Arts in History with Secondary Teacher Certification

Total Hours: 120

First Year

Fall
HIST 1301 3
ENG 1301 3
Visual & Performing Arts 3
Mathematics 3
GS 1181 1
Elective 3
TOTAL 16
Spring
HIST 1302 3
ENG 1302 3
COMM 2301 3
Social Science 3
Natural Science (Lab) 4
TOTAL 16

Second Year

Fall
HIST 2331 3
ENG (2323, 2324, 2325) 3
Natural Science (Lab) 4
POLS 2301 3
Modern Language 2311 3
TOTAL 16
Spring
HIST 2332 3
ENG (2323, 2324, 2325) 3
POLS 2302 3
Modern Language 2312 3
GEOG 3302 or 3303 3
TOTAL 15

Third Year

Fall
HIST-3301 3
HIST (advanced)* 3
Educational Psychology 3303 3
Elective 3
HIST (advanced)* 3
TOTAL 15
Spring
HIST (advanced)* 3
HIST (advanced)* 3
HIST (advanced)* 3
Education 4321 3
Reading 4320 3
TOTAL 15

Fourth Year

Fall
HIST (advanced)* 3
HIST (advanced)* 3
Education 4322* 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
TOTAL 15
Spring
Education 4323 3
Education 4973 9
TOTAL 12

* 9 semester credit hours U.S. History and

 9 semester credit hours non-U.S. History

A student who chooses to be certified in history must complete the following courses: History 1301, 1302, 2331, 2332, 3301, nine additional hours of advanced U.S. History (excluding 3301), nine additional hours of advanced non-U.S. History, and Geography 3302 or 3303.

The above professional plan meets all core curriculum and Bachelor of Arts degree requirements. The B.A. degree with a major in history and teacher certification requires a minimum of 120 SCH, a minimum of 42 advanced (junior- and senior-level) SCH, and a minimum of 30 SCH in residence (24 of which must be at the advanced level). Twenty-four of the last 30 hours required to complete this degree must be taken in residence.

Students must be admitted in the Educator Preparation Program (EPP) to enroll in any senior-level Education course or Reading 4320. For more information see page 305 of the Undergraduate Catalog or visit the College of Education website.

*Education 4322 should be taken in the semester prior to student teaching.

 

Effective fall 2014