Mathematics and Science Area of Concentration

The courses listed below are required for completion of the bachelor’s degree in middle school education: liberal arts and technology in the mathematics and science area of concentration. Candidates must also complete the requirements for the Stevenson Educational Experience (SEE).

Specific pre- and co-requisites for each course are listed in the course descriptions.

Major Requirements:

EDCP 100

First Year Seminar

BIO 113

General Biology l: Cell and Genetics

BIO 113L

General Biology I: Cell/Genetics Lab

CHEM 115

General Chemistry l

CHEM 115L

General Chemistry l Lab

CHEM 115S

General Chemistry I SoLVE

ED 202F

Year Two Field Placement I

ED 203F

Year Two Field Placement II

ED 205

Year Two Seminar~

ED 266

Reading in the Content Areas I

ED 270

Curriculum Principles and Practices

ED 271

Principles of Assessment

ED 272

Principles of Special Education

ED 302

Year Three Seminar I

ED 303

Year Three Seminar II

ED 305F

Year Three Field Placement I

ED 306F

Year Three Field Placement II

ED 310

Year Three Transfer Seminar (AAT students only)

ED 360

Methods of Teaching Science: Middle School

ED 361

Methods of Teaching Mathematics: Middle School

ED 367

Reading in the Content Areas II

ED 435

Internship Seminar I

ED 436

Internship Seminar II

ED 444

Internship I: Middle School Education

ED 445

Internship II: Middle School Education

ENG 282

Literary Genres: Youth Literature

HIST elective

History elective, must be SEE certified HUM

IS 302

Integrating Technology and Digital Learning in the Classroom

MATH 135

Introduction to Math Reasoning

MATH 136

Introdution to Statistics

Three additional MATH electives

Math electives

PHIL 420

Philosophy of Education

PSY 206

Child and Early Adolescent Development

PSY 330

Educational Psychology

Two science electives

Science electives (8 credits)