Director of Clinical Experiences and Certification Processes in the Teacher

Director of clinical experiences and certification

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Director of Clinical Experiences and Certification Processes in the Teacher Education Center, Room 56, DeGarmo Hall, as early as possible. University-Wide Teacher Education Program
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107 C A S T Dean : J. Robert Rossman, 143 Turner Hall. Associate Deans : Deborah B. Gentry, Jeffrey A. Wood The College of Applied Science and Technology is home to eight departments that offer programs to prepare students for professional and technical positions in educa- tion, government, business, and industry. Five departments in the College also offer teacher preparation programs. Faculty in the College are dedicated to the personal and academic development of their students as well as the dis- covery and application of theoretical knowledge and the advancement of professional practice in their respective areas. This is accomplished through a dynamic partnership of interdisciplinary learning, scholarship, and service that is built on a collaboration among students, faculty, and members of the professional community. The Departments of Agriculture; Criminal Justice Sci- ences; Family and Consumer Sciences; Health Sciences; Military Science; and Technology are in the College. The Schools of Information Technology and Kinesiology and Recreation are also located in the College. The College offers graduate programs in six units including Agriculture; Criminal Justice Sciences; Family and Consumer Sciences; Information Technology; Kinesiol- ogy and Recreation; and Technology. Descriptions and requirements of these programs may be found in the 2006- 2007 Graduate Catalog . AGRICULTURE (AGR) 502 125 Ropp Agriculture Building, (309) 438-5654 Web address: Email address: [email protected] Chairperson: Patrick D. O’Rourke. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Professors : O’Rourke, Tudor, Walker, Whitacre, Winter, Wood. Associate Professors : Moore, Rhykerd, Smiciklas. Assistant Professors : Bachman, Spaulding, Wiegand. General Department Information HONORS IN AGRICULTURE Departmental Honors in Agriculture is available to qualified juniors and seniors. The student completing the Honors Program graduation requirements will graduate “with Honors in Agriculture,” which will be indicated on the student’s official transcript and diploma. Admission to the Honors Program in Agriculture requires a minimum of sixty (60) semester hours of post-secondary courses with a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.00 scale. In order to graduate as an Honors Graduate in Agri- culture, a student must fulfill the general requirements for participation in the University Honors Program. Students must also have a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher; a cumulative grade point of 3.70 or higher for all courses taken in the Department of Agriculture; successfully completed two in-course honors in 200-level or higher courses in the student’s technical area; successfully com- pleted one in-course honors course in a 200-level or higher course offered outside the Department of Agriculture; and successfully completed a minimum of three credit hours of AGR 299, Independent Study. The Department of Agri-
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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