For students completing degree requirements after Spring 2002

 

English Major Requirements

____ ENGL 2316 English Literature I 3 hours
____ ENGL 2317 English Literature II 3 hours
____ ENGL 2318 English Literature III 3 hours
____ ENGL 2312 American Literature I 3 hours
____ ENGL 2313 American Literature II 3 hours
____ ENGL 3105 Research Methods Workshop 1 hour
____ ENGL Upper Division Period Course 3 hours
____ ENGL Upper Division Author Course 3 hours
____ ENGL Upper Division Genre Course 3 hours
____ ENGL Upper Division Language Course* 3 hours
____ ENGL 4361 Literature for Adolescents 3 hours
____ ENGL Upper Division Elective** 3 hours
____ ENGL 4335 Senior Seminar 3 hours
 
Total
37 hours

*Note: Candidates for the B.S.E. are encouraged to take Language and Grammars Studies, either as the language requirement or as an elective. B.S.E. students shall take no more than one "Language Course" in addition to the one they take to fulfill the Language Course requirement.

**Note: Candidates may present one of the following as an upper-division elective:

____ WRTG 4305 Contemporary Composition: Theory and Application
____ WRTG 4330 Linguistics for Educators
____ WRTG 4340 Teaching Creative Writing: History, Theory, and Practice.

Pre-Admission Course(s) Required for all Teacher Education Candidates: 3-5 hours

____ EDUC 1300 Education as a Profession 3 hours

 

Successful completion of technology competency examination.
If competency exam is not passed, candidate must enroll in:

____ EDUC 1240 Basic Educational Technology Skills 2 hours

 

 

Professional Education Courses: 3-6 hours

____ MSIT 3310 Learning and Development 3 hours
____ EDUC 3309 Families, Schools, and Community Partners 3 hours

(Registration requires admission to the English Education Program. Refer to Admission Criteria and Process for Details.)

 

____ EDUC 3321 Introductory Strategies for Students with Diverse Learning Needs: Middle/Secondary 3 hours
____ MSIT 4305 Classroom and Behavior Management 3 hours

 


 

____ ENGL 4350 Internship I 3 hours
____ ENGL 4358 Methods of Teaching English and Composition 3 hours
____ MSIT 4325 Literacy Development in the Content Areas 3 hours
____ MSIT 4321 Integrated Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment: Secondary 3 hours
____ EDUC 4210 Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning 2 hours

(To be taken concurrently in the semester preceding ENGL 4680 and ENGL 4681 - Internships II)


 

Internships II
____ ENGL 4680 Internship II (Part A) 6 hours
____ ENGL 4681 Internship II (Part B) 6 hours

(To be taken concurrently in final semester)

(Revised November 2007)