Subject Endorsement

Bachelor of Arts in Education

- General Studies Program Hours = 45

including General Studies coursework required by Teacher Education and endorsement- Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy) = 12 including:
- ENG 102GS, Academic Writing and Research - 3 hours
- SPCH 100GS, Fundamentals of Speech Communication - 3 hours
- TE 100GS, Teaching in a Democratic Society - 3 hours

- Portal = 3
- Distribution = 27
- Aesthetics minimum = 3
- Humanities minimum = 6
- Social Sciences minimum = 6 including:
- PSCI 110GS, Introduction to American Politics - 3 hours
- Take 1 course from:

- Natural Sciences minimum = 7
- Analytical and Quantitative Thought minimum = 0
- Wellness minimum = 3 including:
- PE 150GS, Healthy, Wealthy and Wise - 3 hours

- Capstone = 3

- Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy) = 12 including:
- Professional Sequence = 23 including:
- TE 306, Reading and Inclusion in K-12 Classrooms - 2 hours
- Take 1 course from:
- Students must apply for admission to all Teacher Education programs.

- Endorsement = 51.5
- Minimum total hours required coursework = 119.5
- Unrestricted electives in 120 hour program = 0.5
- Minimum total hours required for BAE in Special Education 7-12 Teaching Subject Endorsement = 120-128
- All UNK degrees require a minimum of 120 hours. Forty (40) of the hours required for all UNK degrees must be upper division hours, which are courses numbered 300 or above taken at a 4-year college or university.

- Special Education 7-12 Teaching Subject Endorsement Requirements (33.5 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- TESE 330, Collaboration, Consultation, and Co-Teaching - 3 hours
- TESE 437, Medical Aspects of Individuals with Disabilities - 3 hours
- TESE 461, Legal Issues in Special Education - 3 hours
- TESE 462, Assessment and IEP Development - 4 hours
- TESE 463, Instructional Strategies for Individuals with Disabilities - 3 hours
- TESE 464, Field Experience with K-8 Students - 1 hour
- TESE 467, Behavioral Interventions - 3 hours
- TESE 468, Assistive Technology - 2 hours
- TESE 474, Field Experience - 0.5 hour
- TESE 475, Preparing Adolescents for the Post-Secondary World - 3 hours
- TESE 476, Transitional Issues for Individuals with Disabilities - 3 hours
- TESE 479, Teaching Social Skills to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder - 3 hours
- TESE 487, Teaching Functional Academics to Individuals with Exceptional Needs - 2 hours

- Take all of the following:
- Academic Concentration (18 hours required)
- Take one of the following Academic Concentrations:
- BUSINESS EDUCATION (18 hours required)
- Take 18 hours from:
- BSAD 115, Introduction to Business - 3 hours
- BSAD 295, Business Communications - 3 hours (Prereq: ENG 101 (or equivalent) or English ACT score of 29 or above)
- BSED 402, Automated Office Systems - 3 hours
- ECON 270GS, Principles of Economics, Macroeconomics - 3 hours
- FSID 160GS, Personal Money Management - 3 hours
- MGT 301, Principles of Management - 3 hours
- MIS 182GS*, Software Productivity Tools - 3 hours
- *Course possibly may fulfill General Studies requirement as well as Academic Concentration requirement. Consult advisor.

- Take 18 hours from:
- FOREIGN LANGUAGES (18 hours required)
- FRENCH
- Take all of the following:
- FREN 200GS*, Intermediate French I - 3 hours (Prereq: FREN 101 or equivalent)
- FREN 201GS*, Intermediate French II - 3 hours (Prereq: FREN 101 or equivalent)
- FREN 205, Culture, Conversation and Composition - 3 hours
- FREN 303, French Phonetics - 3 hours
- FREN 308, Advanced French Grammar - 3 hours
- FREN 414, Advanced French Conversation - 3 hours
- *Course possibly may fulfill General Studies requirement as well as Academic Concentration requirement. Consult advisor.

- Take all of the following:
- GERMAN
- Take all of the following:
- GERM 200GS*, Intermediate German I - 3 hours (Prereq: GERM 101 or equivalent)
- GERM 201GS*, Intermediate German II - 3 hours (Prereq: GERM 101 or equivalent)
- GERM 205GS*, Culture, Conversation and Composition - 3 hours
- GERM 304, Advanced Composition and Conversation I - 3 hours
- GERM 308, Advanced German Grammar - 3 hours
- GERM 414, Advanced Composition and Conversation II - 3 hours
- *Course possibly may fulfill General Studies requirement as well as Academic Concentration requirement. Consult advisor.

- Take all of the following:
- SPANISH
- Take all of the following:
- SPAN 200GS*, Intermediate Spanish I - 3 hours (Prereq: SPAN 101 or equivalent)
- SPAN 201GS*, Intermediate Spanish II - 3 hours
- SPAN 205GS*, Culture, Conversation and Composition - 3 hours
- SPAN 302, Spanish Phonetics/Phonology - 3 hours
- SPAN 304, Advanced Conversation and Composition - 3 hours
- SPAN 308, Advanced Spanish Grammar - 3 hours

- Take all of the following:

- FRENCH
- HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION (18 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- PE 100, Principles of Physical Education - 2 hours
- PE 121, Sports Skills for Physical Education - 2 hours
- PE 200, Teaching Sport Skills and Non-Rhythmic Activities - 2 hours
- PE 220, Teaching Aerobic and Anaerobic Activities - 1 hour
- PE 241, Rhythmic Activities for Physical Education Teachers - 2 hours
- PE 369, Remedial and Adaptive Physical Education - 3 hours
- PE 450, Curriculum and Assessment for Physical Education - 3 hours
- PE 464, Secondary School Health - 3 hours

- Take all of the following:
- LANGUAGE ARTS (18 hours required)
- Take the following courses:
- Take one from the following American Literature courses:
- Take one from the following British Literature courses:

- MATHEMATICS (18 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- MATH 230GS, Math for Elementary Teachers I - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS or MATH 104 or permission OR Math ACT score of 20 or greater and 4 years of high school mathematics including 2 years of algebra and 1 year of geometry and a senior level math course)
- MATH 330GS, Math for Elementary Teachers II - 3 hours
- MATH 430, Middle School Mathematics - 3 hours
- STAT 241GS, Elementary Statistics - 3 hours (Prereq: either MATH 101 or MATH 102GS or MATH 115 or MATH 123GS OR Math ACT score of 20 or greater)

- Take 6 hours from:
- MATH 103GS, Plane Trigonometry - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS OR Math ACT score of 22 or greater and 2 years of high school algebra)
- MATH 120GS, Finite Mathematics - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS OR Math ACT score of 22 or greater and 2 years of high school algebra)
- MATH 123GS, Applied Calculus I - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS OR Math ACT score of 22 or greater and 4 years of high school mathematics including 2 years of algebra and 1 year of geometry and a senior level pre-calculus course)

- Take all of the following:
- NATURAL SCIENCES (18 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- BIOL 215GS*, Human Physiology - 4 hours
- PHYS 301, Advanced Physical Science - 4 hours

- Take ONE of the following options:
- Take:
- CHEM 145GS*, Introductory Chemistry - 4 hours

- OR take two courses:
- CHEM 160GS*, General Chemistry - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS OR Math ACT score of 20 or better OR permission of instructor)
- CHEM 160LGS*, General Chemistry Laboratory - 1 hour

- Take:
- Take 2 courses from:
- GEOG 103GS*, The Dynamic Planet: Hazards in the Environment - 3 hours
- GEOG 209GS*, Meteorology - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS or permission of instructor)
- PHYS 201GS*, Earth Science - 4 hours
- PHYS 210GS*, Astronomy - 3 hours

- Take all of the following:
- SOCIAL SCIENCES (18 hours required)

- Take all of the following:
- ECON 100GS, Contemporary Economic Issues - 3 hours
- HIST 211GS*, Western Civilization - 3 hours
- HIST 251GS*, American History - 3 hours
- HIST 479, Nebraska and the Great Plains History - 3 hours

- Take 1 course from:
- GEOG 101GS*, Physical Geography I: The Atmosphere - 4 hours (with lab)
- GEOG 102GS*, Physical Geography II: The Lithosphere - 4 hours (with lab)
- GEOG 103GS*, The Dynamic Planet: Hazards in the Environment - 3 hours (without lab)

- Take 1 course from:
- GEOG 104GS, World Regional Geography - 3 hours
- GEOG 106GS, Cultural Geography - 3 hours

- Take all of the following:
- PSYCHOLOGY (18 hours required)
- Take all of the following:

- SPECIAL EDUCATION (18 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- TE 311, Math Methods I - 2 hours
- TE 312, Math Methods II - 2 hours
- TE 314, Phonics and Word Study - 2 hours
- TE 315, Literacy Assessment - 2 hours
- TE 316, Primary Grades Literacy - 2 hours
- TE 317, Field Experience: Literacy - 1 hour
- MATH 230GS, Math for Elementary Teachers I - 3 hours (Prereq: MATH 102GS or MATH 104 or permission OR Math ACT score of 20 or greater and 4 years of high school mathematics including 2 years of algebra and 1 year of geometry and a senior level math course)
- MATH 330GS, Math for Elementary Teachers II - 3 hours

- Take 1 hour from:
- TE 313, Field Experience: Math - 0.5 hour

(Take 0.5 hour class twice)

- TE 313, Field Experience: Math - 0.5 hour

- Take all of the following:

- BUSINESS EDUCATION (18 hours required)

- Take one of the following Academic Concentrations:

4 Apr 2016

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