Education (Teaching)

Education (Teaching)

Professional Education Core Requirements

Upper division Elementary Education Core Requirements must be taken in a block. Please see below.

Elementary Education Core Requirements
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
M 130Math for Elementary Teachers I3
PSYX 230Developmental Psychology3
EDU 311C, D & E in Global Ed3
EDU 315Integrat IEFA Across the Curr2
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child3
EDU 382
EDU 336A
EDU 340Classroom Management3
EDU 335Fund & Corr Strtg Elem Rdg Prg3
EDU 336B
EDU 337Reading Materials Elem Child2
EDU 397MAMethods: K-8 Mathematics2
EDU 397SCMethods: K-8 Science2
EDU 397SSMethods: K-8 Social Studies2
EDU 397CAMethods: K-8 Int. Arts All Lrn2
EDU 397HEMethods: K-8 Health Enhancemen2
EDU 452Advanced Practicum3
Select one of the following:
Student Teaching K-8
Student Teaching K-12 *
Select one of the following:12
TOTAL68
Secondary Education Professional Education Core Requirements
EDU 370Integrating Tech in Education3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
EDU 380Intro Curric Plan/Practice3
EDUC 321Integrating Tech into Educ1
EDU 383Assessment in Education3
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
EDU 452Advanced Practicum3
EDU 495Student Teaching12
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
PSYX 230Developmental Psychology (CAT IV)3
TOTAL42

Industrial Technology and Business Education majors (or minors) who plan on being able to verify appropriate work experience through the Office of Public Instruction and who want to qualify for vocational approval to teach in a state or federally reimbursed program please speak with your advisor.

Bachelor of Science in Education

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Elementary Education K-8

Prerequisites for admission to Elementary Education Program refer to page 29.

General Education Core33
Required Courses
Any BIOx, or CHMY and any GEO or PHSX (CAT III Lab Science). (Meets CAT III Requirement)3
EDU 370Integrating Tech in Education (Meets CAT VII Requirement)3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child *3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
EDU 380Intro Curric Plan/Practice *3
EDU 397MAMethods: K-8 Mathematics *2
EDU 397SCMethods: K-8 Science *2
EDU 397SSMethods: K-8 Social Studies *2
EDU 397CAMethods: K-8 Int. Arts All Lrn2
EDUC 334Method Tchng Intgrtd Lang Arts *3
EDU 335Fund & Corr Strtg Elem Rdg Prg *3
EDUC 336Integrated Field Experiences *1
EDU 311C, D & E in Global Ed3
EDU 397HEMethods: K-8 Health Enhancemen2
EDU 383Assessment in Education *3
EDU 340Classroom Management *3
Select one of the following:12
Student Teaching (K-8) *
Student Teaching (K-12) *
EDU 315Integrat IEFA Across the Curr *2
EDU 337Reading Materials Elem Child2
EDU 452Advanced Practicum *3
HSTA 255Montana History (Meets CAT IV Requirement)3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
Any LIT (Meets CAT VI Requirement)
M 121College Algebra (Meets CAT II Requirement)3
M 130Math for Elementary Teachers I3
Any NASX or NASL (Meets CAT V Requirement)3
AG 204, or ESCL, or GEO, or GPHY, or GSCI, or NSCI, or PHSX, or TSCI 110 (Meets CAT III Requirement )3
PSCI 210Intro to American Government (Meets CAT IV Requirement)3
PSYX 230Developmental Psychology (CAT IV)3
COMX 115Intro to Interpersonal Communc (Meets CAT I Requirement)3
WRIT 101College Writing I (Meets CAT I Requirement)3
Any Humanities/Fine Arts. Meets CAT VI Requirement3
Major/Minor/Electives29
Total minimum credits required for degree128

Bachelor of Science in Education

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Prerequisites for admission to Elementary Education Program refer to page 29.

Health and Physical Education (K-12)  

General Education Core33
Required Courses
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child *3
EDU 311C, D & E in Global Ed *3
EDU 382
EDU 332A
EDU 340Classroom Management *3
EDU 397HEMethods: K-8 Health Enhancemen2-3
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
HEE 376Assessment in Health Education3
HEE 300PE in the Elementary School *3
HEE 340Methods of Health Education *3
HEE 310Methods of Adapted HE2
EDU 336B
EDU 452Advanced Practicum (in Education) *3
EDU 495SEStudent Teaching 5-126-12
HPE Course Requirements
HTH 101Opport in Health Professions2
CHTH 262Community Health3
HEE 435Curr Planning in HE3
HEE 303Methods Lifetime Fit Act3
KIN 327Kinesiology & Biomechanics3
KIN 320Exercise Physiology3
Advisor approved electives3
Select one of the following two Areas of Concentration (required only if no minor)20
Teaching and Coaching
REC 236Intramural Recreational Activi3
COA 210Intro to Sports Officiating2
COA 205Introduction to Coaching3
AHAT 210Prev and Care Athletic Injur3
HTH 378Sex Education3
COA 407Issues in Competitive Athl3
or KIN 440 Sport Psychology
ACT Advisor Approved Elective1
Select one course from the following2
Coaching Football
Coaching Basketball
Coaching Track/Field
Coaching Volleyball
Coaching Wrestling
Coaching Softball/Baseball
Coaching Gymnastics
Coaching Swimming
Health Enhancement
REC 236Intramural Recreational Activi3
REC 307Community Recreation3
AHAT 210Prev and Care Athletic Injur3
HTH 391Special Topics3
HTH 378Sex Education3
REC 388Outdoor Education3
Select two courses from the following list of Fitness and Wellness2
Weight Control
Beginning Weight Training
Beginning Aerobic Dance
Beginning Martial Arts
Trimnastics
Beg Conditioning and Fitness
Beginning Yoga
ACT 210Intermediate Weight Training1
ACT 191Special Topics2
Total minimum credits required for degree128

Minors

Art K-12 (Teaching)

Required Courses
ARTH 160Global Visual Culture (CAT VI)3
ARTZ 231Ceramics I (CAT VI)3
ARTZ 105Visual Language - Drawing (CAT VI)3
ARTZ 106Visual Language - 2-D Fndtns3
ARTZ 221Painting I3
or ARTZ 224 Watercolor I
ARTH 330Art Hist of Western Civ I (CAT VI)3
or ARTH 340 Art History of Western Civ II
EDUC 308Meth & Mat Tchg Elem & Sec Art3
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
Total minimum credits required for minor23

Health and Physical Education K-12 (Teaching)

Required Courses
EDU 395Field Experience: Grades 9-121
HTH 101Opport in Health Professions2
CHTH 262Community Health3
HEE 300PE in the Elementary School *3
HEE 340Methods of Health Education *3
HEE 310Methods of Adapted HE *2
HEE 435Curr Planning in HE3
HEE 303Methods Lifetime Fit Act3
KIN 327Kinesiology & Biomechanics3
KIN 320Exercise Physiology3
HEE 376Assessment in Health Education3
Select one course from the following:1
Beginning Swimming
Intermediate Swimming
Scuba Diving
Canoeing
Water Exercise
Special Topics
Total minimum credits required for minor37

Reading Specialist K-12 (Teaching)

Required Courses
EDSP 460Learning Disabilities3
EDUC 334Method Tchng Intgrtd Lang Arts3
EDU 335Fund & Corr Strtg Elem Rdg Prg3
EDUC 345The Adolescent Reader3
EDUC 355Phonics & Word Identification3
EDUC 356Exploring Writing in Elem Ed3
or ENGL 328 Media Literacy
EDU 315Integrat IEFA Across the Curr2
EDU 484Asmt in Remedial Reading2
EDU 315Integrat IEFA Across the Curr2
LING 340English Language3
LIT 382Lit for Children/Adolescents (CAT VI)3
Total minimum credits required for minor30

Traffic Education K-12 (Teaching)

Required Courses
TED 461Methods of Traffice Safety Ed3
TED 462Methods of Behind-the-Wheel In3
TED 465Motor Vehicle Law2
HPE 234First Aid and CPR2
TED 468Safety Education2
Advisor Approved Electives (Additional possibilities for electives must be approved by your advisor.)8
TED 452Traffic Ed & Adolescent Brain3
TED 454Impaired & Distracted Driving2
TED 455Crash Dynamics2
TED 456Coaching Novice Drivers2
TED 457Roadway Safety Tech & Design2
TED 458Vehicle Safety Tech & Design2
TED 459Adaptive Driver Education1
Total minimum credits required for minor20

Education- Secondary (5-12)

Bachelor of Science in Education English 5-12 (Teaching) - Teaching Minor Required

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Refer to transfer guide or articulation agreement if you are a transfer student.

Prerequisites for Admission to Secondary Education English 5-12 Program refer to page 28.

General Education Core33
Required Courses
EDU 370Integrating Tech in Education (Meets CAT VII Requirement)3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
EDU 382
EDU 336A
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
EDU 497Methods: ( 5-12 English)3
or ENGL 313 Methods of Teaching English
EDU 336B
EDU 452Advanced Practicum3
EDU 495Student Teaching (5-12)12
Education Program Total38
English Course Requirements
LIT 230World Lit Survey3
LIT 300Literary Criticism3
LIT 327Shakespeare (CAT VI)3
LIT 382Lit for Children/Adolescents (CAT VI)3
LING 340English Language3
WRIT 328
NASX 235Oral/Written Trads Native Amer3
or NASX 340 Native American Literature
Take all the following
American Lit I (CAT VI)
American Lit II (CAT VI)
British Lit I (CAT VI)
British Lit II (CAT VI)
Choose two 300-400 level LIT courses, of which at least one must be 400 level6
Minor23
Total minimum credits required for degree/minor128

Bachelor of Science in Education General Science 5-12 (Teaching) - No Minor Required

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Refer to transfer guide or articulation agreement if you are a transfer student.

Prerequisites for Admission to Secondary Education General Science 5-12 Program refer to page 28.

General Education Core33
Required Courses
General Science Course Requirements
BIOB 160Principles of Living Systems4
BIOB 161Principles Living Systems Lab1
BIOO 220General Botany3
BIOO 221Gen Botany Lab2
BIOE 370General Ecology4
BIOE 371General Ecology Lab0
BIOO 380Zoology3
BIOO 381Zoology Lab2
BIOB 420Evolution4
CHMY 141College Chemistry I5
CHMY 142College Chemistry Lab I0
CHMY 143College Chemistry II5
CHMY 144College Chemistry Lab II0
GEO 101Intro to Physical Geology4
GEO 102Intro to Physical Geology Lab0
GEO 328General Hydrology3
GPHY 111Intro to Physical Geography4
PHSX 205College Physics I3
PHSX 206College Physics I Laboratory1
PHSX 207College Physics II3
PHSX 208College Physics II Laboratory1
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child3
EDU 382
EDU 332A
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
EDU 497SCMethods:5-12 General Science3
EDU 332B
EDU 452Advanced Practicum (in Education)3
EDU 380Intro Curric Plan/Practice3
EDU 495Student Teaching (5-12)12
Select four credits from the following:4
BIOH 201Human Anat Phys I4
BIOH 202Human Anat & Phys I Lab0
BIOH 211Human Anat Phys II4
BIOH 212Human Anat Phys II Lab0
BIOO 320General Botany4
BIOO 321General Botany Laboratory0
BIOO 462Entomology3
BIOO 463Entomology Lab0
BIOO 470Ornithology3
BIOO 471Ornithology Lab0
BIOB 450Molecular Biology Techniques3
BIOB 451Molecular Biology Technqus Lab0
BIOE 428Freshwater Ecology4
BIOE 429Freshwater Ecology Lab0
BIOE 410Field Biology Methods4
BIOE 411Field Biology Methods Lab0
BIOM 400Medical Microbiology3
BIOM 401Medical Microbiology Lab0
GEO 314Intro to Paleontology3
NSCI 450Undergraduate Research I3
NSCI 451Undergraduate Research II3
Total minimum credits required for degree128

Bachelor of Science in Education Industrial Technology 5-12 (Teaching)

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Refer to transfer guide or articulation agreement if you are a transfer student.

Prerequisites for Admission to Secondary Education Industrial Technology 5-12 Program refer to page 28.

General Education Core33
Required Courses
AST 160Automotive Engine Repair5
CIS 308Industrial Electronics4
EDU 370Integrating Tech in Education3
CSTN 105Introduction to Woodworking3
CSTN 217Furniture & Cabinetmaking3
DDSN 119Technical Graphics I3
DDSN 114Introduction to CAD3
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
EDU 380Intro Curric Plan/Practice3
EDUC 321Integrating Tech into Educ1
EDU 383Assessment in Education3
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
EDU 495Student Teaching (5-12)12
EDU 452Advanced Practicum3
EET 110Electronics Survey I3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
IT 100Introduction to Technology (Meets CAT VII Requirement)3
IT 130Construction Technology3
M 145Math for the Liberal Arts (Meets CAT II Requirement)3-4
or M 121 College Algebra
MCH 200Machining3
MCH 250Manuf Processes and Materials3
PSYX 230Developmental Psychology (Meets CAT IV Requirement)3
WLDG 110Welding Theory I2
WLDG 111Welding Theory I Practical2
Technical Endorsement (see advisor for more information)10
Electives2
Total minimum credits required for degree128

Bachelor of Science in Education Social Science-Broadfield 5-12 (Teaching) - No Minor Required

Learning Outcomes: Candidates apply theory-to-practice pedagogy that will help them become effective 21st century educators. Candidates have a comprehensive content knowledge base used to instruct research based strategies to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Candidates demonstrate an understanding of and actively embrace the differences among diverse people, cultures, circumstances, environments. Candidates demonstrate a willingness to assist their future students' academic, emotional, personal, cultural, and physical needs.

Refer to transfer guide or articulation agreement if you are a transfer student.

Prerequisites for Admission to Secondary Education Social Science-Broadfield 5-12 Program.

General Education Core33
Required Courses
EDU 225Intro to Education Psychology3
EDU 201Intro to Educ with Fld Exprnce3
HTH 110Personal Health and Wellness3
EDSP 304Ed and Psyc Exceptl Child3
EDU 382
EDU 336A
EDU 481Content Area Literacy2
EDU 497Methods:3
EDU 336B
EDU 452Advanced Practicum3
EDU 495Student Teaching (5-12)12
Education Program Total38
ARTH 330Art Hist of Western Civ I (Meets CAT VI Requirement)3
or ARTH 340 Art History of Western Civ II
Social Science Course Requirements
Language Requirement6-8
HSTA 101American History I (Do not count credits if used for General Education)3
HSTA 102American History II (CAT IV)3
HSTA 255Montana History3
HSTR 101Western Civilization I (CAT IV)3
HSTR 102Western Civilization II (CAT IV)3
HSTA 499Sen Capstone: Hist Methodology3
or HSTR 499 Sen Capstone: Hist Methodology
POL 344International Relations3
PSCI 210Intro to American Government (CAT IV)3
PSCI 250Intro to Political Theory (CAT IV)3
PSCI 260Intro to State and Local Govt3
PSCI 471American Constitutional Law (CAT IV)3
Upper Level Social Science
Choose 6 credits HSTA or HSTR at the 300 or 400 level6-8
Choose six credits ENSC, PSYX, SOCI or NASX6
Select twelve credits from one of the following prefixes (3 credits must be at the 300 level): ECNS, PSYX, SOCI 12
Total minimum credits required for degree128