Courses - English Education

Freshman Year

FALL SPRING
EN 101 Freshman Composition 3 EN 102 Freshman Composition 3
HI 101 World History or HI 201 Early US History 3 HI 102 World History or HI 202 Modern US History or PS 201/PS 205/PA101 or 120/SO211 3
PE 102 Concepts PE or ROTC 3 PE 103 Concepts PE or ROTC 3
HL 101 Comprehensive Health 1 MA 111 College Algebra 1
CS 111 Intro to Data Processing or ED 105 or QA 103 3 MU 107 Music Appreciation or AR 101 or TH 201 3
ED 191 or FY 101 Freshman Year Experience 1 ED 102 General Psychology 3
       
  14   16

Sophomore Year

FALL SPRING
EN 201 World Literature 3 EN 202 World Literature 3
SC 151 Survey of Bio. Science or SC 261 Survey of Phy. Sci. I w/ Lab or BI 111 3 SC 152 Survey of Bio. Science or SC 262 Survey of Phy. Sci. II w/ Lab or BI 112 3
EN 201 Foundation of Education 3 ED 280 Introduction to Teaching 3
SE 325 Survey of Exceptional Child 3 ED 302 Education Psychology 3
SP 201 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 EN 308 Principles of Literary Criticism 3
EN 205 Philosophy and Literature 3    
  18   15

Junior Year

FALL SPRING
EN 316 Modern Literature 3 EN 310 Early English Literature 3
EN 361 American Literature 3 EN 351 Tech. in the English Classroom or ED 301 3
EN 371 Adv. Grammar & Effective Writing 3 EN 362 American Literature 3
EN 373 Adolescent Literature 3 EN 363 Major Black Writers or 364 or365 or 369 or 370 3
ED 305 Tests and Measurements 3 ED 380 Instructional Planning 2
ED 393 Global & Multi. Education or Elective 3    
  18   14

Senior Year

FALL SPRING
EN 409 Shakespeare 3 **ED 409 Directed Teaching 12
EN 411 Rest. & 18th Cent. Eng. Lit. or EN 412 19th Cent. Eng. Literature 3    
*EN 352 Methods of Teaching English 3    
RD 430 Reading in the Content Areas 3    
ED 492 Pre-Teaching Seminar 1    
ED 420 Classroom Management 3    
  16   12

Total Hours: 124

* Restricted Course - Must have been admitted into theTeacher Education Program (TEP).
** Must have passed all standardized tests and completed all course work.