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Elementary/Middle Level Authorizations

Grade three through grade 10 in an elementary or middle level school only

Professional Education Core (48 credits)

Elementary/Middle Level Authorizations (62-68 credits)

 

Note: Test requirements: Passing score on CBEST and M.S.A.T. Required courses to partially fulfill the B.A./B.S. and basic graduation requirements are: MTH 211, 212, 213. Recommended sequence and elective to fulfill LACC requirements in laboratory science and social science are: laboratory science BI 101, ES 104 and ES 106: social science: two courses from one of the following sequences: (HST 101, 102, 103) or (HST 104, 105, 106) or (HST 201, 202, 203) or (GEOG 105, 106, 107); and for the elective: PSY 218 or PSY 201.

HE 415 Child and Adolescent Health (4)

Humanities/Language Arts (11)

LING 215 Structure of English I (4)

WR 440 Teaching of Writing (4)

Choose one: (3)

PHL 433 Philosophy for Children

SP 112 Interpersonal Communication

SP 321 Influencing through Argument

SP 322 Persuasion

Mathematics (9-10 )

MTH 396 Elementary Problem Solving (3) Prerequisite: MTH 213

Choose one:

MTH 111 College Algebra (4)

MTH 392 College Algebra for Elementary Teachers (3) Prerequisite: MTH 213

Choose one: (3)

MTH 391 Manipulatives in Mathematics Prerequisite: MTH 213

MTH 393 Probability and Statistics for Elementary Teachers  Prerequisite: MTH 212

MTH 395 Elementary Integrated Mathematics Prerequisite: MTH 396

MTH 492 Introduction to Abstract Algebra for Middle School Teachers Prerequisite: MTH 396

MTH 494 Geometry for Middle Schoo Teachers Prerequisite: MTH 213

MTH 495 Calculus for Middle School Teachers Prerequisite: MTH 111 -or- MTH 392

Science (13)

BI 102 General Biology (5)

ES 105 Earth System Science II (5)

Choose one: (3)

GS 311 Biological Science for Elementary Schools

GS 312 Physical Science for Elementary Schools

GS 313 Earth Science for Elementary Schools

Social Science (12)

Choose courses in two different areas:

ANTH 310, 311, 313, 332, 360, 380, 494

CJ 213, 241, 451, 463

EC 201, 202

SSC 201, SOC 360, HST 410, 411, ANTH 370

GEOG 105, 106, 107

HST 201, 202, 203, 478

PS 201, 202, 203

SOC 223, 225, 338, 360, 437

 

Choose one of the following options: (11-14)

French (12)

FR 331 French Pronunciation and Phonetics (3)

Choose one: (3)

FR 431 French Culture and Civilization

FR 432 French Culture and Civilization

FR 433 French Culture and Civilization

Two electives beyond FR 303

German (12)

GL 331 German Pronunciation and Phonetics (3)

Choose one: (3)

GL 340 German Culture and Civilization I

GL 341 German Culture and Civilization II

GL 342 Studies in German Culture and - Literature

GL 343 Studies in German Culture and - Literature

GL 344 Studies in German Culture and - Literature

 

Two electives beyond GL 303

Spanish (12)

SPAN 350Spanish Pronunciation and Phonetics (3)

Choose one: (3)

SPAN 338Hispanic Culture and Civilization: Spain

SPAN 339Hispanic Culture and Civilization: Latin America

SPAN 340Hispanic Culture and Civilization: Mexico

 

Two electives beyond SPAN 303

Art (12)

A 115 Beginning Design: 2-D (3)(if taken for LACC then take any 100 or 200 -    level art class)

A 130 Beginning Drawing (3)

Any 100 or 200 Level Art Class

ARE 433 Art Education (3)

Music (12)

Select twelve credit hours, at least 3 credit hours with MUE prefix:

MUE 318  Music for the Classroom Teacher (3)

MUE 320* Introduction to Orff-Schulwerk (3)

MUE 425**  Orff-Schulwerk Level I (6)

MUE 430†   Technology in Music Education (2)

MUEN 101-108 Choral - or - Instrumental Ensemble

MUS 111 Beginning Musicianship (3)

MUS 181 Class Voice (2)

MUS 211/211L Musicianship I (3)

MUS 234, 235 Guitar Class

* offered as a one-week summer intensive only

** offered as a two-week summer intensive only

† offered Summer Session only

 

Theatre (12)

TA 240 Creative Drama for Teachers (3)

TA 414 Children’s Theatre (3)

TA 364 Play Direction (3)

Choose one: (3)

TA 244 Technical Theatre: Scenecraft

TA 245 Technical Theatre: Lighting

TA 246 Technical Theatre: Costuming

TA 252 Technical Theatre: Makeup

Dance (12-15)

D 180, 181, 182 Beginning Modern Dance I-III (3)

Elective technique sequence from ballet, jazz, tap,or world dance

D 491 Creative Dance for Children (3) Prerequisite: A beg. level dance technique sequence

Choose one: (3)

D 357 Dance in Musical Theatre

D 451 Dance Production

Language Arts (11-12)

ENG 223 Introduction to Literary Study (4)

LING 210 Introduction to Linguistics (4)

Choose one:

ENG 204, 205, 206 Survey of British Literature (12)

ENG 253, 254 Survey of American Literature (8)

ENG 385 Folklore (4)

ENG 387 Mythology (4)

ENG 389 Minority Literature (4)

LING 370 Discourse and Text (4)

PHL 433 Philosophy for Children (3)

SP 250 Effective Listening (3)

SP 321 Influencing Through Argument (3)

SP 322 Persuasion (3)

Science (12)

ES 351 Geology for Educators (3)

GS 351 Elements of Astronomy (3)

ES 390 Basic Meteorology (3)

ES 331 Oceanography (3)

Mathematics (12)

MTH 494 Geometry for Middle School Teachers (3) Prerequisite: MTH 213

MTH 495 Calculus for Middle School Teachers (3) Prerequisite: MTH 111 -or- MTH 392

Choose two: (cannot be same courses used to meet other requirements)

MTH 391 Manipulatives in Mathematics (3) Prerequisite: MTH 213

MTH 393 Probability and Statistics for Elementary Teachers (3) Prerequisite: MTH 213

MTH 395 Elementary Integrated Mathematics (3) Prerequisite: MTH 396

MTH 492 Intro. to Abstract Algebra for Middle School Teachers (3) Prerequisite: MTH 396

Anthropology (12)

Choose three: (at least one upper-division):

ANTH 213 Language and Culture (4)

ANTH 214 Physical Anthropology (4)

ANTH 215 Archaeology (4)

ANTH 216 Cultural Anthropology (4)

ANTH 310 World Prehistory (4)

ANTH 311 Human Evolution (4)

ANTH 332 Latin America (4)

ANTH 380 Africa (4)

ANTH 494 Northwest Indian Cultures (4)

Community Crime Prevention (12)

CJ 213 Introduction to Criminal Justice (4)

CJ 241 Introduction to Community Crime Prevention (4)

CJ 440 Community Crime Prevention Studies (4)

Juvenile Justice System (12)

CJ 213 Introduction to Criminal Justice (4)

CJ 451 Youth, Crime and Society (4)

CJ 463 Juvenile Issues (4)

Economics (12)

EC 318 Money and Banking (4)

EC 319 Public Finance (4)

EC 436 Environmental Economics and Public Policy (4)

EC 440 International Trade (4)

Cultural Geography (12)

GEOG 411 Cultural Geography (4)

GEOG 413 Urban Geography (4)

GEOG 433 Political Geography (4)

Regional Geography (12)

Choose any three: (4)

GEOG 310 World Regional Geography

GEOG 313 The Pacific Northwest

GEOG 314 The Pacific Rim

GEOG 420 The West and the American Imagination

GEOG 421 The Changing American West

GEOG 432 Geography of Africa

GEOG 451 South Asia

GEOG 463 Geography of Mexico and Central America

Environmental Geography (12)

GEOG 380 Environmental Conservation (4)

GEOG 410 Global Issues (4)

GEOG 425 Urban Planning and Policy (4)

General Geography (12)

Three upper-division courses pre-approved by a geography adviser

United States History (12)

Three upper-division United States History courses

European History (12)

Three upper-division European History courses

Latin American History (12)

Three upper-division Latin American History courses

Asian History (12)

Three upper-division Asian History courses

Basic Political Science (12)

PS 201 American National Government

Choose one:

PS 202 State and Local Government

PS 203 International Relations

Two upper-division Political Science courses

American Government (12)

PS 201 American National Government (3)

PS 426 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (3)

PS 469 Congress and the Presidency (3)

Choose one: (3)

PS 414 Political Parties, Pressure Groups, and Elections

PS 419 American Presidential Elections

State and Local Government (12)

PS 201 American National Government (3)

PS 202 State and Local Government (3)

Choose two:

PS 409 Practicum: Administrative Internship (3-12)

PS 410 Political Science Internship (3-12)

PS 424 Policy making in the States (3)

PS 426 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (3)

PS 490 Community Politics (3)

International Relations (12)

PS 203 International Relations (3)

Choose three: (3)

PS 303 Politics and Governments of Europe

PS 460 Governments and Politics of Asia

PS 463 Governments and Politics of Developing Nations

PS 493 International Organizations

PS 497 American Foreign Relations

Psychology (11- 12)

PSY 311 Developmental Psychology (4)

Choose two:

PSY 334 Social Psychology (4)

PSY 349 Introduction to Behavior Modification (4)

PSY 443 Group Processes (4)

PSY 463 The Maladjusted Child (4)

PSY 480 Infancy and Childhood (4)

PSY 481 Middle and Late Childhood (3)

PSY 482 Adolescence (4)

Sociology (12)

Choose one of the following options:

Multi-Cultures (12)

SOC 400 International Development (3)

SOC 427 Revolutionary Social Movements (3)

SOC 437 Sociology of Race/Ethnic Relations (3)

SOC 450 Latin American Society (3)

Gender and Family (12)

SOC 338 Sociology of the Family (3)

SOC 360 Sociology of Gender (3)

SOC 440 Women and Development (3)

SOC 460 Feminist Theory (3)

History and Development (12)

SOC 320 Industrial Sociology (3)

SOC 400 International Development (3)

SOC 410 Historical Sociology: Origins of Capitalism (3)

Choose one: (3)

SOC 427 Revolutionary Social Movements

SOC 350 Food and Hunger

Environmental Studies (11-12)

GEOG 380 Environmental Conservation (4)

HST 470 Environmental History (4)

Choose one:

EC 436 Environmental Economics and Public Policy (4)

GEOG 4256 Urban Planning and Policy (4)

HST 478 Pacific Northwest History (4)

PS 446 Land Resource Politics and Policy (3)

PS 447 Environmental Politics and Policy (3)

PS 449 Environmental Values and Political Action (3)

SP 439 Contemporary American Public Addresses and Communication (3)

Gender Studies (12-14)

SSC 201 Introduction to Gender Studies (3)

ANTH 370 Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective (4)

A 405  Art History: Women in Art (4)

D 310  Women in Dance and Music (3)

HST 410 Gender Issues in History (4)

HST 411 Gender Issues in History (4)

PS 435 Women and Politics (3)

PSY 492 Psychology of Women (4)

SOC 360 Sociology of Gender (3)

Legal Studies (12)

PS 201 American National Government (3)

PS 202 State and Local Government (3)

PS 479 American Constitutional Law (3)

PS 480 Administrative Law (3)

Physical Education (12)

PE 246 Teaching Movement Concepts and Skills to Children (1)

PE 301 Basic Exercise Science (3)

PE 433 Physical Education in the Elementary School(3)

PE 434 Elementary Physical Education Teaching Practicum (1) Prerequisite: PE 246, PE 433

Choose one:

PE 170 Teaching Games and Physical Activities to Children (1)

PE 171 Teaching Educational Gymnastics: K-12 (1)

PE 172 Teaching Dance and Rhythmic Activities to Children (2)

Choose one: (3)

PE 310 Motor Learning

PE 415 Lifespan Motor Development

Health (12)

HE 250 Personal Health (3)

HE 325 Nutrition (4)

Choose one: (4)

HE 367 Human Sexuality

HE 391 Stress Management

HE 462 Contemporary Health Issues

Health and Physical Education Combination (12)

HE 250 Personal Health (3)

HE 325 Nutrition (4)

PE 246 Teaching Movement Concepts and Skills to Children (1)

PE 433 Physical Education in the Elementary School (3)

PE 434 Elementary Physical Education Teaching Practicum (1) Prerequisites: PE 246, PE 433

Choose one:

PE 170 Teaching Games and Physical Activitiesto Children (1)

PE 171 Teaching Educational Gymnastics: K-12 (1)

PE 172 Teaching Dance and Rhythmic Activities to Children (2)

 

 

 

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