Major in Social Sciences, BS (Certifiable for secondary teaching, 54 credits)
18 credits in history
|HIST 121||World Civilization I||3|
|HIST 122||World Civilization II||3|
|HIST 301||The Historical Imagination||3|
|300-level U.S. surveys||6|
|and 3 elective credits in non-western history|
|18 credits in one social science discipline (anthropology, economics, geography, political science, or sociology) as required by that department for a minor for secondary certificate students|
|18 credits from the following:|
|PS 104||The World's Political Systems||3|
|PS 110||American Government & Politics||3|
|GEOG 110||Introduction to Geography||3|
|GEOG 120||World Regional Geography||3|
|ANTH 140||Introduction to Anthropology||3|
|SOC 110||Introductory Sociology||3|
Courses taken for the 18 credits in one social science discipline above cannot be counted toward the 18 credits in social science in the last bulleted item.
All majors in social sciences must take ECON 200 and 201.
All majors in social sciences must take at least one class in the following disciplines: history, geography, economics, anthropology, sociology, and political science.
In addition, students must complete the following:
|SSCI 415||Social Studies Methods at the Secondary Level||4|
|SSCI 421||Social Studies Student Teaching Seminar||1|
|SPED 315||Introduction to Educating Learners with Exceptionalities||3|
|EDTE 316||Principles of Learning (Sec/K-12)||4|
|EDT 315||Educational Technology in the Secondary School Classroom||1|
|RDG 440||Literacy in Secondary School||3|
|EDF 415||Educational Foundations||3|
|EDSC 425||Principles of Secondary Education||4|
|EDSC 435||Secondary Education Student Teaching||3-9|
|PSY 236||Life-Span Development||3|
No minor is required.