Social Sciences Education Program Degrees Offered BA BS The Social Sciences

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Social Sciences Education Program Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. The Social Sciences Education Program is housed in the Department of History in cooperation with the Depart- ments of Economics; Geography-Geology; Politics and Government; and Sociology-Anthropology. For further information contact the Department of History. MAJOR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION Admission Requirements: Admission to the Program in Social Sciences Educa- tion may be restricted by the lack of available Department resources in times of over-subscription. 60 hours in Social Sciences. At least one 3-hour course to be taken from each of the 7 Social Sciences designations of American History, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Politics and Government, Sociology and World History. 21 Social Sciences hours at the 200-level or above (as part of the 60 hours). No more than 3 hours of Independent Study, or 6 hours of Professional Practice, to be counted toward major requirements. At least three 3-hour courses in American History (including HIS 135 and 136 and any 200-level Ameri- can history course) and three 3-hour courses in World History (HIS 101, 102, and any 200-level non-Western history course). Three 3-hour courses, one of which must be 200-level or above, must be taken from the prescribed choices in 2 additional Social Sciences designations. At least one methods course: ECO 138, GEO 138, POL 138, or PSY 138. Social Sciences Seminar capstone course: ECO 300.01; COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 159
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GEO 300.01; HIS 300.01; POL 300.01; or SOC/ANT 300.01. HIS 290 and 390. 24 hours in Professional Education (including student teaching). The Teacher Certification Sequence is part of the entitlement program leading to secondary certification. A 2.75 GPA in the major and overall is required for admission to Professional Studies and for admission to student teaching. Prescribed Choices in Endorsement Areas: Anthropology: ANT 175, or 185; and any two upper-division courses. Economics: Three of the following - ECO 103, 105, 202, 215, or 225. Geography: GEO 135 or 140; 205; and 211. Politics and Government: POL 101, 105 or 106; 140 or 254; and 221. Sociology: SOC 106 or 108; and any two upper- division courses. NOTE: Appropriate General Education courses may be counted in both the Social Sciences Education major and the General Education program. Since Social Sciences Educa- tion is an interdisciplinary program, there is no limit to the number of courses that can count in both the major and in General Education. Students should consult the University- Wide Teacher Education Requirements section of this cata- log for other Teacher Certification requirements. Women’s Studies (WS) Program 426 Rachel Cooper 237, Campus Box 4260, (309) 438-2947 Web address: Director: Alison Bailey MINOR IN WOMEN’S STUDIES The Minor in Women’s Studies enhances any under- graduate major by integrating a working knowledge of gen- der issues with the student’s field(s) of study. Women’s Studies employs gender as an analytical category, along with race, class, and ethnicity, to focus on women’s contributions to society and the gender implications of cultural, political, and economic processes. By broadening a student’s knowl-
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