Bachelor of Arts in English with Certification in Secondary Education
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Bachelor of Arts in English with Certification in Secondary Education

 (Applicable for the 2017-2018 Bulletin.)

First Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
FYS 100, First Year Seminar3
Math elective3
AUCT (not AUCT 150)4
PSY 105, Introduction to Psychology3
*EDF 120, Introduction to Education: Schooling and Human Services3
DIA 100, Dialogue1
Total Credits = 17

First Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
WRT 110, Academic Writing I3
Lab Science (CH, BIO, PHY)4
CS 110, Introduction to Computers, or other ITL course3
HIS 130, 131, AUCW 210, 211, or 2123
EDP 220, Learning and Development: Understanding Yourself and Others3
Total Credits = 16

Second Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
ENG 220, Survey of American Literature I, or 230, Survey of English Literature I3
ENG 226W, Sophomore Seminar in English (Learning Community)3
ENG 225W, Introduction to Creative Writing (Learning Community)3
WRT 210, Foundations of Argument3
PSY 241, Adolescent and Adult Development3
*EDH 220, Psychology of Exceptionalities3
Total Credits = 18

Second Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
ENG 221, Survey of American Literature II, 223, Survey of African American Literature, or 231, Survey of English Literature II3
ENG from Cultural Diversity List3
POL or SOC on Cit/Comm List3
World Language3
EDP 340, Differentiated Instruction3
HE 112, Modern Health Concepts3
DIA 200, Career Dialogue1
Total Credits = 19

Third Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
ENG 359, Contemporary English Grammar, or 361, Shakespeare: Plays to 16003
ENG 421, Literature for the Adolescent Reader3
AUCA3
CIN 150, Introduction to Film, or AUCC 120, Literature and Films of Other Cultures3
*EDS 332, Effective Teaching I: The Student in the Secondary Classroom3
EDS 334, Elements of Teaching Writing3
Total Credits = 18

Third Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
ENG 362, Shakespeare: Plays after 1600, or ENG 452, History of the English Language3
** ENG (Diversity or Elective)3
*** ENG (Historical category)3
EDS 333, Effective Teaching II: Secondary Assessment and Methods3
EDR 455, Reading in the Content Areas3
AUCS3
Total Credits = 18

Fourth Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
***ENG (Historical Category)3
****ENG from Poetry list3
ENG 465W, The Capstone Course3
EDS 454, Methods in Secondary English Education3
*EDS 453, Practicum: Secondary English3
Total Credits = 15

Fourth Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
EDS 443, The Teacher as Instructional Leader in Education3
EDS 444, Student Teaching-Secondary9
Total Credits = 12

1Students who take AUCW 210, 211 or 212 must also take CIN 150; students who take AUCC 120 must also take HIS 130 or 131
* Includes mandatory fieldwork
** Students must take a diversity course from among ENG 217, 218, 223, 305, 315, 316, 318, 324W, 325, 328, 370, 423
*** Students take two literature courses at the 300- or 400-level, one of which must focus on literature pre-1800: ENG 326, 330, 331, 340, 341, 342, 343, 360, 361, 362, 420, 432, 433, 436, 437, or 438
**** Poetry courses include ENG 262, 322, 360, 367, and 433