the undergraduate Fields of Study section of this Undergraduate Catalog

The undergraduate fields of study section of this

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the undergraduate Fields of Study section of this Undergraduate Catalog . Education minors or a sec- ond major may be elected by any student. Fields of Study: Agriculture—Education Major Art—Education Minor Biological Sciences—Education Major and Education Minor Business Teacher Education—Education Major and Education Minor Chemistry—Education Major and Education Minor Communication Studies—Education Major and Education Minor English—Education Major and Education Minor Family and Consumer Sciences—Education Major French—Education Major and Education Minor Geography—Education Major and Education Minor Geology—Earth and Space Science Education Major German—Education Major and Education Minor Health—Education Major and Education Minor History—Education Major and Education Minor Mathematics—Education Major and Education Minor Physics—Education Major and Education Minor Social Sciences—Education Major Spanish—Education Major and Education Minor Teaching English as a Second Language— Education Minor Technology—Education Major and Education Minor Theatre—Education Major and Education Minor Students should confer with their academic advisors when selecting courses in the minor area so that such courses may enable them to meet requirements of the Illinois State Board of University-Wide Teacher Education Program T E
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104 T E Education endorsements which must be satisfied in order to teach in high schools in Illinois. This process is currently under review at the Illinois Board of Education. Requirements of endorse- ments are available from department advisors and from University College Academic Advisement. Special (Grades K-12) - other than Special Education (Type 10) Candidates completing a comprehensive major in selected fields of study may earn a certificate for teaching the subjects named therein in all grades of the common school. To complete requirements for this certificate, the student must complete (1) the General Education requirements for a High School Certificate, (2) the Professional Education require- ments for K-12 majors, and (3) field of study requirements. The requirements for General Education for transfer students are previously listed. Professional Education and field of study requirements are listed in the following section. Professional Education Requirements: Each student preparing to teach at the K-12 level must complete the following Program: EAF 228 or 231 or 235 (3 hours); PSY 215 (3 hours) for Art Education, Physical Education, and Special Education; and C&I 210 for Business Education, Music Education and Foreign Languages programs; C&I 212 (2 hours), 214 (3 hours) except for Music, 216 (3 hours) except for Music; Student Teaching 399; and all Professional Education courses must be passed with a grade of C or higher. Students will also show verification of having completed pre-stu- dent teaching field experiences commensurate with attaining local, state, and national standards.
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