2018 SEHS Degree Plan of Study- Social Studies
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Elementary Education w/Social Studies- Bachelor of Sciences (B.S.)
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School of Education and Human Services
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Degree Plan of Study for Catalog Year: 2018-2019
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Name:
Date: G#:
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This is a recommended course sequence for this major. Courses in bold are designated as critical and will affect time
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to graduation if not completed by the recommended semester.
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Course Subject and Title
Credit HoursMin. GradeCourse TypePrerequisitesStatusNotes
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Semester One (16 credit hours)
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MTH 0661 Elementary Algebra
4C pre-elementary
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WRT 1050 Composition I
4C pre-elementary
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HST 1100 early US History (Western Civ)
4B-
SS major/Gen Ed
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THA 1000 Intro to Theatre (Art)
4C Gen Ed
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EED 1000 Careers in Teaching (recommended)
1B pre-elementary
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Semester Two (17 credit hours)
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MTH 0662 Intermediate Algebra
4C pre-elementaryMTH 0661
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WRT 1060 Composition II (writing)
4B Gen EdWRT 1050
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PS 1100 (Social Science)
4B-Gen Ed
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HST 1200 US History Since 1877
4B-SS major
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Semester Three (16 credit hours)
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MTE 2110 Math for El Ed I
4B-pre-elementaryMTH 0662
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Literature Gen Ed
4C Gen Ed
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GEO 2000 (Global Perspect)
4B-
SS major/Gen Ed
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PHY 1060 (Natural Science)**
4B-
SS major/Gen Ed
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Semester Four (14-15 credit hours)
*30 hour field placement w/EED 2000/2001 & apply for major standing
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MTE 2111 Math for El Ed II
4B-
pre-elem/Gen Ed
MTE 2110
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ALS 1101 Humanity of Language (FL)
4C Gen Ed
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SCS 2060 Science for El Ed
4B pre-elementary**NSTN Gen Ed
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ECN 2010 Microeconomics
4B-SS major
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Semester Five (16 credit hours): MAJOR STANDING
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EED 2000/2001 Exploring Teaching
3 or 2B prof ed/Gen EdWRT 1060
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ECN 2020 Macroeconomics
4B- SS major
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PS 1400 or 1600
B- SS major
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Knowledge Application Gen Ed
4CGen Ed
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Semester Six (16 credit hours)
*30 hour field placement w/EED 3001
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EED 3000 Instructional Design
4Bprofessional edmajor standing
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EED 3001 Managing the Classroom
4Bprof ed/Gen Edmajor standing
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FE 3010 Educational Psychology
4Bprofessional edmajor standing
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DLL 4196 Digital Technologies
4Bprofessional edmajor standing
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Semester Seven (15 credit hours)
*30 hour field placement w/RDG 3231
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RDG 3231 Teaching of Reading
4Bprofessional edEED 3000/3001
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RDG 3233 Teaching of Language Arts
4Bprofessional edEED 3000/3001
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SST 3070
4BSS majormajor standing
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EED 4180 Health Curriculum
1Bprofessional edmajor standing
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EED 4181 Teaching Fitness /Wellbeing
2Bprofessional edmajor standing
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Semester Eight (14 credit hours)
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EED 4260 Teaching Science
4Bprofessional edEED 3000/3001
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EED 3220 Educating Children in Art
3Bprofessional edEED 3000/3001
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MTD 3001 Performing Arts for Children
3Bprofessional edmajor standing
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RDG 4214 Reading Appraisal
4Bprofessional edRDG 3231/3233
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Semester Nine (12 credit hours)
*42 hour (minimum) final field placement before student teaching
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EED 4230 Teaching Mathematics
4Bprofessional edEED 3000/3001
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EED 4270 Teaching Social Studies
4Bprofessional edRDG 3231/3233
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SE 4401 Students w/ Special Needs
4Bprofessional edmajor standing
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Semester Ten (12 credit hours)
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EED 4950 Internship in Elementary Ed
12B
student teaching
all courses/tests
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Tests requirements: Michigan Tests for Teacher Certification
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Test Test Taken DateScore
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SAT or ACT
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Elementary Education MTTC Test 103
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Social Studies MTTC Test 105
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Additional Test (if needed):
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Social Studies Major
36 credits required
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Course
Credits
GradeNotesNotes:
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HST 1100
4B-
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HST 1200 or 2010
4B-
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PS 1100
4B-
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PS 1600
4B-
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ECN 2010
4B-
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ECN 2020
4B-
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GEO 2000
4B-
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PHY 1060
4B-
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SST 3070
4B-
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Additional Elective (if needed to reach 36)
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Program Notes:
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Upon Graduation students will earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education
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Graduates are eligible for recommendation to the Michigan Department of Education for a Standard Teaching Certificate
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All subjects K-5, all subjects in a self-contained classroom 6-8 grade, and in endorsed area 6-8 grade
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*Participation is required in a public school classroom field experience, assigned by School and Field Services
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**NSTN Gen Ed meets the prerequisite, HS 2000 and LIN 1182 cannot be uses to meet the prerequisite
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Summary of Degree Requirements :
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Complete a minimum of 132 credits to earn a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education
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Meet university General Education requirements with a C (or 2.0) in each course
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Complete one teaching major with a B- (or 2.7) in each course major options include: Early Childhood,
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Integrated Science, Language Arts, Mathematics, or Social Studies
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Complete a 20-credit planned program with EED 3220, EED 4180, EED 4181, MTD 3001 and three
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additional core content area courses outside of your major. The plan outlined above covers this requirement
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Apply for major standing once enrolled in EED 2000 or 2001, 2.8 GPA is required to in order to apply
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All professional courses require a B (or 3.0) and may not be older than six years upon graduation
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In order to be eligible for a Michigan Teaching Certificate, graduates must be in compliance with all legal curricular
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curricular requirements
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Requirements for Major Standing in Elementary Education
Forms available online
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Confirm SAT or ACT files are on file with Oakland University.
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Completion of 12 credits of General Education coursework with a minimum grade of a C (or 2.0) in each course
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60 documented clock hours experience working with children ages 4-14 in noncustodial activities. Field
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