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BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN
HISTORY ‐ SOCIAL STUDIES ‐ 8TH ‐ 12TH GRADE TEACHING
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN
Catalog 2011 ‐ 2012
Recommended Sequence
FRESHMAN YEAR
FALL
UNIVU 1101 ‐ First Year Seminar
ENGL 1301 † ‐ Composition I
HIST 1301 ‐ US to 1877
#011 ‐ Additional Communication
#020 ‐ Mathematics †
KINE 11_
TOTALHRS
Hrs
1*
3
3
3
3
1
13
FALL
GEOL 1301/1101 ‐ Earth Sciences/Lab
GOVT 2301 ‐ American and Texas Government
HIST 2321 ‐ World History I
EDUC 1301 ‐ Intro. to the Teaching Profession
#040 ‐ Humanities
Hrs
4
3
3
3
3
SPRING
ENG 1302 † ‐ Composition II
HIST 1302 ‐ US since 1877
#050 ‐ Visual and Performing Arts
GEOG 1303 ‐ World Regional Geography
SPCH 1315 or SPCH 1318
#011 ‐ Additional Communication
TOTALHRS
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
18
SOPHOMORE YEAR
TOTALHRS
SPRING
GEOL 1303/1103 ‐ Physical Geology/Lab
GOVT 2302 ‐ American Government and Policy
HIST 2322 ‐ World History II
HIST 2380 ‐ Mexican‐American Studies
EDUC 2301 ‐ Intro. To Special Populations
TOTALHRS
16
Hrs
4
3
3
3
3
16
JUNIOR YEAR
FALL
HIST 3340 ‐ Texas History
European and Word History Elective
EDUC 2303 ‐ Teaching in Education
GOVT 3373 ‐ Contemporary Texas
GEOG 3320 or GEOG 3333
ECON 2301 ‐ Principles of Macroeconomics
TOTALHRS
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
18
FALL
GOVT Elective (3000/4000 level)
GOVT Elective (3000/4000 level)
EDSC 4324 ‐ Designing Inst. & Assess.
EDSC 4325 ‐ Implementing Responsive Inst.
HIST 4390 ‐ American History Senior Seminar
American or European or Latin History Elective
TOTALHRS
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
3
18
SPRING
American History Elective
Latin American History Elective
EPSY 4322 ‐ Human Devel. And Instr.
GOVT Elective (3000/4000 level)
ECON 2302 ‐ Microeconomics
TOTALHRS
Hrs
3
3
3
3
3
15
SENIOR YEAR
SPRING
EDLI 4351 ‐ Content Area Literacy
EDSC 4641 ‐ Student Teaching Secondary
HIST 4392 ‐ World History Senior Seminar
TOTALHRS
TOTALHRSFORGRADUATION
Hrs
3
6
3
12
126
Please refer to the official program of study for additional information about this degree.
*UNIVU 1101 (first year seminar) is required of students who are new to college beginning Fall 2011 even if they have more than 30 hours of dual enrollment credit taken while in high school. UNIVU 1101 is also required for all students with less than 30 hours of transfer credit. It is not a requirement for graduation so it does not count in the total hours required for a degree. † Must pass with a C or better
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