This degree requires a minimum of 120 hours. For additional hours required see Academic Degree Programs Requirements
*Teacher Candidates seeking an additional endorsement in special education certification in K-12 Mild/Moderate CrossCategorical Disabilities must take PS 121 Human Growth and Development instead of EDE 220.
Because there are specific general education courses required for teacher certification in the state of Missouri, it is imperative the student speak with his or her advisor regarding these course requirements prior to enrollment
Area of Concentration
The student must have a total of at least 21 semester hours in an area of concentration (courses taken as part of the General Curriculum may be counted as part of the area of concentration). This concentration must be approved by the student’s advisor.
Areas available are:
Students should plan the courses needed for the area of concentration with his or her advisor.
No grade lower than a “C” in education core.
|edu107||Career Inquiry in Education||2|
|edu207||Technology in Education||3|
|EDU210||The School as a Social System||3|
|edu310||Issues in Diversity and World Culture||3|
|EDE220||Child Growth and Development for Early Childhood and Elementary Teachers||3|
|edu315||Children and Young Adult Literature||3|
|EDE335||Art, Music and Movement for Early Childhood and Elementary Teachers||3|
|SO 302||The Study of the Family||3|
|BI214LE||Personal and Community Health||3|
|edu341||Ethics and Professionalism in the Classroom||1|
|Admission to the School of Education—Certification Program required for enrollment in the following EDC/EDE/EDU courses
|EDE355||Classroom Management for Elementary Teachers||3|
|EDE359||Elementary Teaching Strategies||5|
|edu367||Assessment in Education||3|
|EDE378||Science for Early Childhood and Elementary Teachers||2|
|EDE380||Literacy for Early Childhood and Elementary Teachers||6|
|EDE385||Diagnosis and Remediation for Math Difficulties||3|
|EDE387||Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Difficulties||3|
|EDE410||Elementary Directed Teaching with Seminar||12|