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Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education


Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education


 Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education is a state-approved teacher preparation program that meets the requirement for clo certification in Elementary Education with endorsements in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Reading K-12. To meet the requirement for graduation, students must successfully complete all coursework and clinical/internships and have a passing score on the appropriate FTCE General Knowledge Test, the Subject Area Examination in Elementary Education K-6, and the Professional Education Test.  Passing scores for the examinations must be on file in the registrar’s office in order to receive the transcript stamp for clo Department of Education certification.  In the lower division, courses stress basics of teaching, utilization of technology in the classroom, teaching in diverse classrooms, and an understanding of the many facets of multiculturalism.  In the upper division, courses include creating curricula, educational assessment, classroom management, foundations of reading and literacy, ESOL methodology, and scientifically-based strategies for classrooms.  The education courses are in alignment with Florida Department of Education’s requirements for an Elementary Education degree.

The education courses are in alignment with Department of Education’s requirements for an Elementary Education degree.

Program Objectives

The following objectives are designed to meet BSU mission and its objectives:

  • To educate teachers who are prepared to meet the needs of a diverse student population in a variety of settings.
  • To educate teachers who manage and monitor student learning and the learning environment.
  • To educate teachers who engage in professional development and dialogue and are members of professional learning communities.
  • To educate teachers who use technology to enhance student learning and personal professional development.
  • To graduate teachers with ESOL and Reading endorsements.

Prerequisites for Major Courses

  • All lower division courses must be successfully completed with a minimum grade average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and a C or better in all coursework.
  • Replace with: The FTCE General Knowledge Test must be passed.

Program Outline

To receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, students must earn 123.0 semester credit hours. Program requirements are as follows:

Lower Division Elementary Education Major Courses ( 9.0 credit hours )
Introduction to Education 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Diverse Populations 3.0 credit hours
Technology in Education 3.0 credit hours

Lower Division General Education Courses ( 52.0 credit hours )

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Note: All lower division major and general education courses must be successfully completed before upper division courses are undertaken and The FTCE General Knowledge Test must be passed.

Upper Division Education Foundation Courses ( 18.0 credit hours )
Classroom Management 3.0 credit hours
Student Development and Learning Principles 3.0 credit hours
Educational Assessment 3.0 credit hours
Social Foundations of Education 3.0 credit hours
Curriculum and Instruction 3.0 credit hours
Integrating Exceptional Students in a Regular Classroom 3.0 credit hours
Upper Division Methods Courses ( 24.0 credit hours )
Literacy 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Language Arts 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Children’s Literature 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Mathematics 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Reading 3.0 credit hours
Reading Diagnosis 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Science 3.0 credit hours
Teaching Social Studies 3.0 credit hours
Upper Division English to Speakers of Other Languages Courses ( 6.0 credit hours )
Introduction to ESOL 3.0 credit hours
ESOL Capstone:  Theory and Practice 3.0 credit hours
Upper Division Seminar and Clinical / Internship Courses ( 14.0 credit hours )
Student Teaching Clinical I 2.0 credit hours
Student Teaching Clinical II 2.0 credit hours
Student Teaching Internship I 3.0 credit hours
Student Teaching Internship II 3.0 credit hours
Student Teaching Internship III 3.0 credit hours
Senior Seminar for Elementary Education Majors 1.0 credit hour

 

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