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|††MATH 200 or
Calculus I Honors
|ENGL 101 or
Freshman Composition Honors
|SE 101||Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern||2||hours|
|††MATH 201G||Calculus II||5||hours|
|COMM 210G||Communicating in the Classroom||3||hours|
|††ENGL 102 or
|Critical Reading and Writing
Critical Reading and Writing Honors
|PSYC 101G||General Psychology I||3||hours|
|††MATH 223||Foundations of Discrete Mathematics||3||hours|
|††MATH 312||Calculus III||3||hours|
|ENGL 230 or
ENGL 231 or
|HIST 201 or
|American History to 1877
American History since 1877
|†††EDUC 202||Introduction to Education||3||hours|
|††SPED 200||Characteristics of Individuals with Exceptionalities||3||hours|
|††MATH 309||College Geometry||3||hours|
|††MATH 360||Applied Linear Algebra||3||hours|
|††EDUC 407||Tests and Measures||3||hours|
|POLI 201G||American Politics||3||hour|
|††MATH 311||History of Mathematics||3||hours|
|††MATH 370||Abstract Algebra I||3||hours|
|††MATH 380||Mathematical Statistics||3||hours|
|††MATH 486||Capstone in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers||3||hours|
|††EDUC 316||Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers||3||hours|
|††EDUC 472||Teaching Reading in the Content Areas||3||hours|
|††MTED 386||Methods for Teaching Mathematics||3||hours|
|††EDUC 485||Special Methods in High School Subjects||3||hours|
|††EDUC 453||Student Teaching I in the PK-12 Schools||6||hours|
|EDUC 486||Student Teaching in the Secondary
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 free electives.
GGeneral Education Courses
††Student must make a grade of “C” or better.
†††Student must make a grade of “B” or better.
1For placement in Mathematics 200, see Mathematics Placement in this catalogue.
2To be taken from Art, Music, Dance, or Theatre.
3Must be taken from Chemistry 121/123 or Physics 221/223.
4Must complete a one year science sequence by taking Biological Sciences 153/154, Chemistry 122/124, or Physics 222/224.
5Math 467 or 485 may not be used to satisfy this requirement.