2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Dec 04, 2022  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Licensure in Middle Grades Education 6-9, Science Concentration


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Program Requirements

Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. Overall minimum GPA of 2.7 on 4.0 scale for all undergraduate work or minimum 2.75 on 4.0 scale in last 60 hours of study which may include no more than 12 graduate hours.

Professional Education Courses: 29 Credits


EDUC 450 may not be taken until student is admitted to Teacher Education. EDMG 470 and EDUC 490 may not be taken until student is admitted to Clinical Experience (Student Teaching) and are taken during the last and final semester.

  • EDUC 210
  • EDUC 211
  • EDUC 310
  • EDUC 330
  • EDUC 331
  • EDUC 450
  • EDMG 470
  • EDUC 490

Middle Grades Major Core: 18 Credits


EDMG 400, READ 320, EDMG 433, EDMG 461, EDMG 462, EDMG 463, and EDMG 498 may not be taken until student is admitted to Teacher Education. Choose the section of EDMG 498 which correlates with the chosen Academic Concentration:

  • EDMG 400
  • READ 300
  • READ 320
  • SPED 320
  • EDMG 498

Methods Course


Choose one methods course depending on Academic Concentration:

  • EDMG 433
  • EDMG 461
  • EDMG 462
  • EDMG 463

Academic Concentration Requirements: 27 Credits


  • BIOL 150
  • BIOL 160
  • GEOL 311
  • BIOL 200
  • CHEM 141
  • CHEM 142
  • PHYS 111

Choose One of the following:


  • ASTR 101 and ASTR 101L
  • ASTR 102 and ASTR 102L

Core Academic Skills for Educators Test Requirement


Required for students with less than 2.7 Undergraduate GPA
PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators: Reading (5712)—Score 156
PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators: Writing (5722)—Score 162
PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics (5732)—Score 150 or a Composite Score of 468

PRAXIS II Requirement


PRAXIS II Test: 0439 Middle School Science—Score 134

Total Credit Hours: 74


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