SCIENCE CORE REQUIREMENTS
|BIOL1251||General Biology I|
|BIOL1252||General Biology II|
|BIOL1253||General Biology I Lab|
|BIOL1254||General Biology I Lab|
|CHEM1201||General Chemistry I|
|CHEM1203||General Chemistry Lab I|
|CHEM1202||General Chemistry II|
|CHEM1204||General Chemistry Lab II|
|PHYS2201||Physics Laboratory I|
|PHYS2202||Physics Laboratory II|
|PHYS2203||University Physics I|
|PHYS2204||University Physics II|
MATH/COMP SCIENCE REQ
|CSCI1105||Survey: Comp & Software|
|MATH____||Math Elect: _______________________|
|BIOL4405||Ethics in Science|
|ENGL1101||English Composition I|
|ENGL1102||English Composition II|
|HIST1103||U.S. History I|
|HIST1104||U.S. History II|
|CORE1006||The Global Challenge|
|CORE2007||Perspectives on the Individual.|
|CORE3009||The American Experience|
SECONDARY EDUCATION COURSES
|EDUC1108||Seminar in Professional Practice I|
|EDUC2401||Field Experience I|
|EDUC2209||Seminar in Professional Practice II|
|EDUC2402||Field Experience II|
|EDUC3309||Seminar in Professional Practice III|
|EDUC3403||Field Experience III|
|EDUC6651*||Effective Reading Instruction|
|EDUC6893*||Evaluation and Measurement in Education|
|EDUC3404||Field Experience IV|
|EDUC____*||(Disc Methods Course)|
|EDUC6584*||Comp as a Teacher’s Aid|
|EDUC7763*||Human Relations and Conflict Resolution|
* Graduate Education Courses
RECOMMENDED COURSES (8 credits):
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES (14 credits):
RECOMMENDED COURSES (13 credits):
ELECTIVE CHEMISTRY COURSES (9 credits)
CHEMISTRY ELECTIVES (22 credits)
PHYSICS ELECTIVES (7 credits)
SCIENCE ELECTIVES: An additional 6 credits of upper division courses in any Science.
MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE: Either MATH1109: Geometry Fundamentals or MATH2237: Applied Statistics
DISTANCE LEARNING REQUIREMENTS: All University students are required to complete one (1) on-line distance learning course during each academic level (freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior year) of matriculation.
A minimum of 128 credits is required for the BS degree; 30 additional graduate credits for the MAT.
Note: please refer to the Science check sheet for the specific general education and major requirements.
Students must satisfy all core requirements and specific departmental requirements for their liberal arts/science major in order to be eligible for a baccalaureate degree. Students in the QUEST Program must major in a liberal arts/science discipline and will complete 30-31 credits as a concentration in elementary or secondary education. Fifteen of the 30-31 education credits are “dual” credits that count toward the completion of both the BA/BS and the MAT degree. No more than 15 dual credits may be taken as an undergraduate and these are completed during a student’s junior and senior years. A minimum of 128 credits are required to complete a BA/BS degree. Students who are unable to complete the required courses as undergraduates will complete them in year 5, or additional time, if needed. QUEST students who complete 15 graduate credits in their undergraduate program must complete a minimum of an additional 21 graduate credits (total of 36 graduate credits) to earn their Masters degree. All Students enrolled in QUEST must meet at least annually with their QUEST advisor to plan for and review FDU program requirements as well as state certification requirements. Students must also pass an examination in physiology, hygiene and substance abuse issues. Satisfactory completion of at least 3 credits in biology, health or nutrition may satisfy this requirement with the approval of an advisor. Prior to Apprenticeship Teaching a passing score on the Praxis is required.
QUEST Fifth Year Course Outline Secondary Certification Track
EDUC6743 Introduction to Students with Disabilities School/Community (3)
EDUC6575 Apprenticeship Teaching (6)*
EDUC6825 Apprenticeship Teaching Seminar (2)
EDUC7812 Final Project (1-3)
Electives per advisors recommendation (6-9)
* Students must pass the appropriate PRAXIS exam(s) before taking apprenticeship teaching.
uring year five, students completing the MAT Degree program may choose electives from one area of specialization, (i.e., ESL, special education, instructional technology); or they may chose from a variety of areas from an approved list subject to approval of the advisor. Students specializing in secondary education may choose up to 6 elective credits. Students seeking dual teacher certification should focus their electives in a specific certification area in addition to their area of specialization.
Students admitted to QUEST in their sophomore year will begin their education specialization courses at the graduate level in the second semester of their junior year. Eligibility for graduate courses in education in Years 3 & 4 will be based upon the following criteria: 3.0 cum GPA, competencies demonstrated by portfolio assessments, and recommendation of faculty advisor.
In order to complete the Master of Arts in Teaching program in 5 years or less, some students may need to take courses in summer and winter sessions in Years 2-5 depending upon their particular program requirements and approval of their QUEST and Liberal Arts/Science advisors. QUEST students may attend the study abroad program at FDU Wroxton, England in their junior or senior years. Students admitted to QUEST in their sophomore year should plan to attend Wroxton in their senior year unless an appropriate sequence of courses may be planned with the advisor for attendance at Wroxton in their junior year.