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Sample Program of Study - Sociology Education (7-12)

The sequence listed is only a suggestion. Final decision rest with the student and the academic advisor(s) and will vary depending on the schedule, endorsement requirements, etc.

Students seeking endorsements in education need to work closely with their advisors regarding the required coursework in the subject endorsements and in professional education.

Students are encouraged to consider taking a foreign language as part of their general education program. (See appropriate section of the catalog.)

CLASS

CREDIT HOURS

FRESHMAN - 1st semester

ENG 102 Composition Skills

3

HIS 120 World History

3

Math or Science

3

SOC 101 Intro to Sociology

3

General Education

3

 

FRESHMAN - 2nd semester

PSY 101 Intro to Psychology

3

CNA 100 Principles of Human Communication

3

Math or Science

3

SOC 110 Intro to Anthropology

3

EDU 150 Professional Education in a Diverse Society

3

GST 110 Freshman Experience may be recommended during the freshman year

2

It is recommended that students satisfactorily complete the CORE exam before completion of freshman year.

 

SOPHOMORE - 1st semester

General Education

6

Math or Science

3

SOC 305 Sociology of Deviance or SOC 220 Social Problems

3

SOC course by advisement

0-3

Second endorsement course

0-3

EDU course(s) by advisement

3-6

 

SOPHOMORE - 2nd semester

General Education

3

SOC 220 Social Problems or SOC 305 Soc of Deviance

3

SOC course by advisement

3

Second endorsement course

3

EDU courses by advisement

6

Acceptance to teacher education candidacy required before taking any 300/400 EDU/SPD level courses.

 

JUNIOR - 1st semester

Upper level Gen Ed

3-6

SSC 300 Social Sciences Research Methods

3

SOC course by advisement

3

EDU course(s) by advisement

3-6

Second endorsement course(s)

3-6

 

JUNIOR - 2nd semester

General Education

3

SOC 490 Assessment Seminar

0

SOC course by advisement

3-6

Second endorsement course

3

EDU courses by advisement

3

Passing score on appropriate PRAXIS II exam required before clinical placement.

 

JUNIOR - 2nd semester

General Education

3

PSY 401 Theories of Personality or PSY 470 History and Systems

3

PSY 460 Physiological Psychology

-

Minor course(s)

3-6

PSY elective

3

 

SENIOR

PSY 490 Assessment Seminar (required in final semester)

0

Continue coursework to fulfill remaining major, minor, and graduation requirements.

*SSC 319 and PSY 415 Experimental Psychology should be completed during junior or senior year. SSC 319 should also be taken before or simultaneously with PSY 405.