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|ENGL 101 or
Freshman Composition Honors
|††MATH 105 or
MATH 151 or
College Algebra with Fundamentals
|ART 105 or
MUS 151 or
|Survey of World Art History I
Introduction to Music
Introduction to the Theatre
|GBIO 106G||Introduction to Biological Principles I||3||hours|
|††HIST 101G||Western Civilization to 1500||3||hours|
|SE 101||Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern||2||hours|
|††ENGL 102 or
|Critical Reading and Writing
Critical Reading and Writing Honors
|††MATH 241G||Elementary Statistics||3||hours|
|GBIO 107G||Introduction to Biological Principles II||3||hours|
|††POLI 201G||American Politics||3||hours|
|††COMM 210G||Communicating in the Classroom||3||hours|
|††HIST 102||Western Civilization since 1500||3||hours|
|†††EDUC 202||Introduction to Education||3||hours|
|††SPED 200||Introduction to Diverse Learners||3||hours|
|ESSC 101G||Earth and Space Science I||3||hours|
|ENGL 230 or
ENGL 231 or
|††EPSY 301||Educational Psychology of Children and Adolescents||3||hours|
|††HIST 201||American History to 1877||3||hours|
|††EDUC 307||Instructional Planning and Assessment||3||hours|
|††EDUC 308||Teaching Reading in the Middle School||3||hours|
|††EDUC 315||Classroom Management and Motivation for Beginning Teachers||3||hours|
|††MATH 249||Mathematics for Middle School Science, Social Studies, and English Teachers||3||hours|
|††HIST 202||American History since 1877||3||hours|
|††GEOG 103G||Introduction to Geography||3||hours|
|††EDUC 3201*||Foundations of PK-8 Mathematics Education||3||hours|
|††EDUC 3221*||Diagnostic and Prescriptive Reading||3||hours|
|††LSED 402||Books and Related Materials for Young People||3||hours|
|††EDUC 4721||Teaching Reading in the Content Areas||3||hours|
|††HIST 108||World Civilization since 1877||3||hours|
|††EDUC 3242||Struggling Readers and Writers||3||hours|
|††EDUC 4942||Methods in Middle School Subjects||6||hours|
|††EDUC 332||Diagnostic and Prescriptive Reading||1||hours|
|††HIST 321||History of Louisiana||3||hours|
|††EDUC 4533**||Student Teaching I in the PK-12 SChools||6||hours|
|††EDUC 4693||Teaching Reading and Social Studies in Middle School||3||hours|
|††HIST 3233||Field Experience for Social Studies Education Majors||3||hours|
|EDUC 427||Student Teaching in the Elementary or Middle School||9||hours|
Total semester hours required 120
Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of electives.
GGeneral Education Courses
††A grade of “C” or better is required in all focus area courses, include general education courses.
†††A grade of “B” or better is required.
1Take EDUC 320, 322, and 472 concurrently.
2Take EDUC 324 and EDUC 494 concurrently.
3Take EDUC 453, EDUC 469, and HIST 323 concurrently.
*Completion of an approved Introductory Portfolio is a prerequisite for EDUC 320 and EDUC 322.
**Completion of an approve Developing Portfolio is a prerequisite for EDUC 453.
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