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1 6 Russell Wall, Dean Janice Hooks, Assistant Dean Renee Campoy, Assistant Dean 30 Alexer Hall Department of Adolescent, Career Special Education Department of Early Childhood Elementary Education Department of Educational Studies, Leadership Counseling The mission of the Murray State University College of Education is to build partnerships to provide leadership, service research at regional, state, national levels to create community to foster excellence in teachers other education professionals to prepare them to make significant contributions in a diverse, global society. The college is comprised of three departments offers associate, baccalaureate, masters, post-masters degrees certifications f teachers other school personnel. The college also offers specialist in education degrees. The Department of Adolescent, Career Special Education offers programs in middle school education, secondary education, career technical education, health physical education, special education. The Department of Early Childhood Elementary Education offers programs in elementary education, interdisciplinary early childhood education, reading, library science. The Department of Educational Studies, Leadership Counseling offers postbaccalaureate programs in school administration leadership, guidance counseling, human development leadership, school psychology, community counseling. The is a member of the American Association of Colleges f Teacher Education Teacher Education Council of State Colleges Universities. All professional education programs are accredited by the National Council f Accreditation of Teacher Education the Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board. Special centers within the college such as the Center f School Safety, the Center f Leadership Policy Development, the Center f Environmental Education, the Center f Educational Finance Law, the Center f Gifted Studies, the Center f Middle School Academic Achievement, the Kentucky Academy f Technology Education focus effts resources in areas imptant to educational refm to West Kentucky. Teacher Education Services The Office of Teacher Education Services, located in 20 Alexer Hall, is responsible f the codination of all admission to teacher education processes, f the teacher certification rank change applications, f a variety of data processing functions, recommendations. Through Teacher Education Services, the provides all students enrolled in teacher education programs with a variety of field experiences in regular public school classrooms, including all required pre-student teaching field experiences student teaching. The office also codinates the MSU Kentucky Beginning Teacher Internship Program. Requirements f Admission to Teacher Education Student Teaching Upon completion of 60 undergraduate credit hours (juni status), students enrolled desiring enrollment in professional education coursewk beyond 2 hours credit must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program. Teacher education. In der to be admitted to teacher education, students must:. Provide Teacher Education Services with sces of tests to measure general academic proficiency. A person shall not be permitted to apply f admission to the teacher education program without first providing evidence of meeting the general academic proficiency requirement through any one of the following tests: a. ACT: (American College Test) a minimum composite sce of 2; b. PPST: (Professional Stards Skills Test) the computerized version, with established minimum sces as follows: Math (73), Reading (73), Writing (72); [NOTE: In der to be eligible to take the PPST, a student must have obtained a composite sce of 9 on the ACT. Absent extenuating circumstances approved by Teacher Education in writing, a student may attempt to obtain the passing sce on each section (reading, writing, mathematics) a maximum of three times.] c. GRE: (Graduate Recds Exam) minimum passing sce of 400 in two areas (quantitative verbal) writing assessment as required by the institution, d. SAT: (Scholastic Aptitude Test) SAT I (old) the minimum sce of 990 required writing assessment SAT (new) the minimum sce of 470 which comprises reading, mathematics, writing. 2. Have earned an overall undergraduate GPA of 2.45 on a 4.0 scale at the point of admission. This 2.45 minimum GPA remains a requirement throughout the teacher certification program. 3. Have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours with a minimum 2.45 GPA to include the following course wk: a. ENG with a grade of A B; b. MAT 7 ( higher level math) with a grade of C better; c. COM 6 HON 65 with a grade of C better; d. EDU 03 equivalent course with a grade of C better. 4. A review of the Professional Code of Ethics f Kentucky School Personnel a Declaration of Eligibility signed by the cidate affirming a commitment to upholding the code acknowledging awareness of infmation required f state certification. 5. Complete an interview eligibility ptfolio review with academic advis. 6. Successful review by the admission to teacher education committee of their college. 7. Have supplied TES with any other required infmation. Note: Students who have not been admitted to teacher education are not eligible to enroll in specific upper-level courses. Student teaching. In der to be eligible to student teach, students must:. File a fmal application with Teacher Education Services two semesters pri to the term in which student teaching is de- 65

2 66 sired. (Applications are distributed at scheduled student teaching ientations only.) 2. Have been granted admission to the teacher education program. 3. Have obtained admission to teacher education pri to student teaching interview. 4. Have a minimum 2.45 overall GPA. 5. Have seni, post-baccalaureate, graduate status have completed 00% of their maj subject matter field (middle school majs must complete 00% of both specialty areas). 6. Have completed all required professional teacher education courses (EDU 03, EDP 260, COM 372, EDU 303, SED 300, EDU 403, etc. see specific requirements by maj) with a minimum 2.45 GPA. 7. Have a 2.45 GPA in maj f which they desire certification. 8. Have met all applicable computer literacy applications requirements. 9. Have demonstrated teaching ability in field by completing all experiences. 0. File a valid current medical examination, which includes a TB test, with Teacher Education Services.. Have completed criminal recd check. 2. Have been successfully reviewed by the admission to teacher education committee of their college, 3. Have supplied TES with any other required infmation. 4. After one () unsuccessful undergraduate student teaching placement (undergraduate placement) graduate student teaching practicum placement (graduate placement) due to unsatisfacty perfmance, a plan f improvement may be deemed necessary (improvement plan) by the. If an improvement plan is deemed necessary, a written plan will be prepared reviewed with the student. No student may reapply f student teaching until the improvement plan has been successfully completed. Once the improvement plan has been successfully completed by the student, the student may reapply f admission to student teaching, if admitted, a new placement will be pursued. Successful completion of any plan of improvement does not guarantee readmission to student teaching. Any student who has an unsuccessful undergraduate placement graduate placement due to unsatisfacty perfmance may be refused readmittance to student teaching if it is determined that the student s perfmance/conduct during the placement was so egregious, unprofessional, otherwise grossly incompetent as to render consideration of an improvement plan / a second placement inadvisable. A student who re-applies is denied admission to student teaching on such grounds will be infmed in writing of the Admission to Teacher Education Committee s decision. The grounds stated here are not the exclusive reasons f denying readmission. A student denied readmission to student teaching as per paragraphs 2 above may pursue an appeal as per the College of Education Grievance Procedure. Any student who has had two (2) unsuccessful undergraduate placements graduate placements shall not be readmitted to student teaching. An unsuccessful placement includes, but is not limited to, termination of placement due to unsatisfacty perfmance perfmance otherwise deemed to be unsatisfacty. An unsuccessful placement may exist regardless of any grade (e.g. X, I, W, WP, WE, E ) assigned. (Effective August 2004) Note: The Education Professional Stards Board has adopted minimum grade point average (GPA) requirements f admission to educat preparation, entrance to student teaching, certificate application. When tabulating a GPA, a GPA shall be rounded up to a 2.5. All GPAs between a shall be rounded up to a 2.5. General Requirements f Certification in the Commonwealth of Kentucky Any person who wishes to be recommended by MSU f an initial Kentucky teaching certificate must have:. Successfully completed an approved teacher education program including student teaching. 2. Filed an application f certification (TC-), electronically the KECI, with Teacher Education Services, 20 Alexer Hall. 3. Obtained at least minimal sces required on PRAXIS II Content/Specialty tests Principles of Learning Teaching (PLT) exam. 4. Have a minimum 2.45 overall GPA. 5. Have an earned bachel s degree. NOTE: Requirements f teacher certification are established by the Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board (KEPSB). Students are cautioned that changes in these requirements may occur after publication of this Bulletin. F the most current infmation, students should check with an advis in one of the departments in the. Department of Adolescent, Career Special Education 3200D Alexer Hall Chair: Ginny Richerson. Faculty: Coval, DeBella, Doering, Hall, Jacobs, Koenecke, Matlock, Musselman, Parks, Payne, Purcell, Seiber, Sims, Umstead, Vincent, Washington. The Department of Adolescent, Career Special Education offers certification preparation programs f middle secondary school teachers in a variety of disciplines. Areas are offered in business marketing education, family consumer sciences education, health physical education, industrial education, technology education, learning behavi disders (elementary school middle school), middle school education. The department provides min programs in athletic coaching, educational studies, family consumer studies, general special education, health physical education, social science. Bachel of Science, Bachel of Arts, Associate of Science degrees are offered. The department s faculty have all gained recognition f their quality teaching, research, service to the public schools. Most full-time faculty hold doctal degrees have extensive teaching experience. Several of the intercollegiate athletic coaches teach departmental courses related to the spts they coach. Upon completion of the certification, maj / area programs students are eligible f Kentucky teacher internship certification. Programs suppt national stards within the various disciplines are accredited by the National Council f Accreditation of Teacher Education. All programs are housed in Alexer Hall. As needed, other university facilities are used. The health physical education program makes use of the Carr Health Building athletic fields. The career technical education program makes use of various technology classrooms outside of Alexer Hall. Meaningful field experiences are a part of each of the certification programs.

3 Adolescent Education Health Physical Education/P-2 Certification Bachel of Arts/Bachel of Science Degree CIP (NCATE); Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board University Studies Requirements hrs Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: BIO 0 Biological Concepts EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology Note: Certification also requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a grade of C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Required Courses...54 hrs EXS 485 Spt Exercise Psychology EXS 540 Applied Spt Exercise Psychology HEA 95 First Aid Safety HEA 200 Community Consumer Health HPE 75 Foundations of Health Physical Education HPE 409 Evaluation Assessment in Health Physical Education HPE 450 Teaching Strategies in Health Education HPE 460 Teaching Strategies in Sex Education HPE 470 Teaching Substance Abuse Education NTN 230 Nutrition PHE 205 Lifetime Activities PHE 206 Team Spts PHE 306 Dance Gymnastics PHE 330 Movement Concepts Skill Themes PHE 375 Movement Analysis f Physical Educats PHE 400 Teaching Physical Education in Elementary Schools PHE 404 Adapted Physical Education PHE 405 Physiology of Exercise Fitness PHE 459 Teaching Health Physical Education Required f Teacher Certification...25 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education ELE 42 Student Teaching in the Elementary School SEC 420 Practicum in Secondary Schools SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. Health Physical Education Min hrs HPE 75, 409; PHE 205, 206 nine hours of HPE, PHE other pre-approved electives. Six hours must be above 300-level courses completed in residence at Murray State University. Middle School Education/5-9 Certification Bachel of Science/Bachel of Arts Degree CIP (NCATE); Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board NOTE: Students are advised requirements may change after publication of this bulletin. Students should check with an advis in this department. University Studies Requirements hrs CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Required Courses f Certification...42 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education EDU 404 Teaching Environmental Education K-2 2 EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education MID 270 Teaching Learning in the Middle Grades MID 307 Middle School Language Arts MID 42 Middle School Student Teaching REA 407 Middle School Reading two of the following: MID 370 Labaty in Teaching English Communications: Middle School MID 37 Labaty in Teaching Mathematics: Middle School MID 372 Labaty in Teaching Science: Middle School MID 373 Labaty in Teaching Social Studies: Middle School Students must select two academic specialization fields from the following: English Communication Field ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 224 Writing in the Profession ENG 329 Teaching English in Middle/Secondary Schools 67

4 68 ENG 425 Teaching English, Writing Grammar in Middle Schools ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars ENG 228 Stard English Usage Three courses as listed below: ENG 303 British Literature to 760 ENG 304 British Literature, 760 to the Present ENG 307 British Literature to 760 ENG 308 British Literature 760-present ENG 3 American Literature to 890 ENG 32 American Literature, 890 to the Present One level literature course Mathematics Field 3 OPTION I required courses: MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 250 Calculus Analytical Geometry I MAT 305 Intermediate Geometry MAT 399 Sets, Logic Functions Choose between the following: MAT 40 College Algebra MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 50 Algebra Trigonometry OPTION II min in mathematics the following: MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II Science Field 3 AST 5/6 Introducty Astronomy/Labaty BIO 0 Biological Concepts BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I GSC 0 The Earth the Environment GSC 25 Weather Climate PHY 25/26 Brief Introducty Physics/Labaty Social Studies Field 3 CIV 20 Wld Civilizations Cultures I CIV 202 Wld Civilizations Cultures II ECO 230 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 23 Principles of Microeconomics GSC 0 Wld Geography HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience since 865 POL 40 American National Government SOC 33 Introduction to Sociology six hours from the following: HIS 30 Ancient Histy to the Fall of Rome HIS 302 Medieval Europe HIS 306 Europe in Renaissance Refmation HIS 350 Histy of Latin America HIS 430 Colonial America to 763 HIS 43 America in Revolution HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. 2 EDU 404 must be taken with MID Substitutions can only be made by advis approval in the department concerned. Some courses may be taken as University Studies electives. CERTIFICATION: Secondary School Teacher (Grades 8-2) University Studies Requirements hrs University Studies Approved Elective: CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology, 5 Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Required Courses f Certification hrs COM 372 Communication in Educational Environments 3 6 EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education, 6 EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching 2 EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education 5 REA 527 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School 4 SEC 420 Practicum in Secondary Schools SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School Area/Maj/Min/Unrestricted Electives hrs Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. 2 Students in some teaching fields may be required to take a methods course in that discipline instead of EDU 303. Check with advis consult with department chair f specific infmation. 3 Not required f English Education. 4 Required f English Education only. 5 See individual programs regarding this requirement. 6 These courses may be used f University Studies Requirements. Note: The Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board has restrictions on the combinations of majs one may select f certification to teach in high school. Students should check with their education adviss to ensure their selections are certifiable by the state. Teachers may no longer use a min to get additional certifications. Athletic Coaching Min...23 hrs EXS 30, ; PHE 30, ; 8 hours from the following including at least 4 hours of 400-level courses: PHE 285, 286, 287, 289, 32, 34, 36, 38, 39, 42, 44, 46, 48. Six hours must be upper-level courses completed in residence at Murray State University. Social Science Min (recommended)...24 hrs Open only to majs in economics, geography, histy, political science who seek secondary certification in social studies. ECO 23, GSC 0, HIS 22, 222, POL 40, SOC 33; six

5 hours of upper level courses (300 above) from the social science disciplines with approval of advis. Courses required f a maj may not be counted toward the min; substitutions must be from a social science discipline other than the maj be approved by the advis; requirements f certification f teaching secondary school social studies, grades 8 through 2 through the must also be met. Career Education Career Technical Education/Business Marketing Education/5-2 Certification Bachel of Arts/Bachel of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements...43 hrs Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 40 College Algebra University Studies Approved Electives: CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology ECO 230 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 23 Principles of Microeconomics Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Professional Education Courses...45 hrs BED 50 Methods Materials in Teaching Business Marketing Subjects 2 CTE 200 Introduction to Career Technical Education CTE 50 Teaching through Application CTE 502 Instructional Media, Curricula Assessment in CTE CTE 503 Planning Implementing Instruction in CTE EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education HEA 95 First Aid Safety MID 270 Teaching Learning in the Middle Grades SEC 420 Practicum in Secondary Schools SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School Suppt Courses...30 hrs ACC 200 Principles of Financial Accounting ACC 20 Principles of Managerial Accounting BPA 25 Business Communications CSC 25 Internet Web Page Design FIN 330 Principles of Finance JMC 394 Introduction to Advertising 3 LST 240 Legal Environment of Business MGT 350 Fundamentals of Management MKT 360 Principles of Marketing MKT 36 Selling Sales Management 3 MKT 369 Retailing Management 3 OSY 24 Office Infmation Systems Unrestricted Electives...2 hrs Total Curriculum Requirements...20 hrs With a grade of C better. 2 CTE 503 is a prerequisite to BED Choose either JMC 394, MKT 36, MKT 369. Career Technical Education/Family Consumer Sciences Education/5-2 Certification Bachel of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: BIO 0 Biological Concepts CHE 0 Consumer Chemistry MAT 7 Mathematical Concepts Universities Studies Approved Elective: CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Professional Education Courses...42 hrs CTE 200 Introduction to Career Technical Education CTE 50 Teaching through Application CTE 502 Instructional Media, Curricula Assessment in CTE CTE 503 Planning Implementing Instruction in CTE EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education FCS 462 Methods of Teaching Consumer Science HEA 95 First Aid Safety SEC 420 Practicum in Secondary Schools SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School SED 300 Education of Students with Disabilities Suppt Courses...39 hrs FCS 20 Child Development I FCS 2 Child Development II FCS 36 Programs in Family Consumer Sciences NTN 23 Principles of Food Science Preparation 69

6 70 Six hours from the following: FCS Family Its Environment FCS 43 Marriage Family Relationships FCS 527 Parenting Six hours from the following: FCS 24 Family Economics FCS 342 Consumer Decision Making FCS 44 Family Resource Management FIN 230 Personal Financial Planning MGT 350 Fundamentals of Management Six hours from the following: HEA 9 Personal Health NTN 230 Nutrition NTN 42 Community Nutrition Health Three hours from the following: ART 346 Introduction to Fibers I ITD 35 Textiles f Interi Design Three hours from the following: FCS 2 Basic Clothing Construction FCS 25 Apparel Quality Analysis Three hours from the following: ITD 22 Design in the Near Environment ITD 25 Equipment ITD 253 Interi Design Studio I Total Curriculum Requirements...25 hrs With a grade of C better. Family Consumer Studies Min...2 hrs A student must complete 2 hours in family consumer studies in consultation with a faculty advis in the area of interest. Six hours must be upper-level courses completed in residence at Murray State University. Career Technical Education/Industrial Education/ 5-2 Certification Bachel of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs University Studies Approved Electives: CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Professional Education Courses...35 hrs CTE 200 Introduction to Career Technical Education CTE 50 Teaching through Application CTE 502 Instructional Media, Curricula Assessment in CTE CTE 503 Planning Implementing Instruction in CTE CTE 572 Managing Career Technical Learning Facilities HEA 95 First Aid Safety SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School 2 Limited Technical Electives...36 hrs Approved by advis. Suppt Courses...9 hrs Approved by advis. Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. Note: Teacher certification allows substitution of CTE hours advis approved teacher education suppt courses f in-service teachers with four years teaching experience who are seeking certification in-service. Career Technical Education/Engineering Technology Education/5-2 Certification Bachel of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: MAT 50 Algebra Trigonometry PHY 30 General Physics I PHY 3 General Physics I Labaty University Studies Approved Electives: CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Professional Education Courses...45 hrs CTE 200 Introduction to Career Technical Education CTE 50 Teaching through Application CTE 502 Instructional Media, Curricula Assessment in CTE CTE 503 Planning Implementing Instruction in CTE EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education HEA 95 First Aid Safety MID 270 Teaching Learning in the Middle Grades SEC 420 Practicum in Secondary Schools SEC 42 Student Teaching in the Secondary School

7 TTE 554 Teaching in the Modular Systems Environment Suppt Courses...40 hrs EMT 26 Introduction to Fluid Power Systems EMT 262 Introduction to Fluid Power Systems Labaty GCM 53 Electronic Imaging ITD 0 Introduction to Design Graphic Communications ITD 04 Computer Aided Design ITD 30 Manufacturing Processes Materials ITD 30 Architectural Drawing & Residential Planning ITD 330 Machine Tool Processes ITD 350 Construction Systems TSM 0 Electrical Systems I TSM 33 Introduction to Telecommunications Systems Management Technology Methods TSM 24 Netwking Fundamentals Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. ASSOCIATE: Career Technical Education Associate of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs Required Courses...5 hrs CTE 270 Basic Foundations of Career Technical Education CTE 272 Organizing Managing School Learning Facilities CTE 274 Basic Instructional Media Curriculum Development f CTE CTE 37 Methods of Instruction in Career Technical Education Required Electives...27 hrs CTE 200 Introduction to Career Technical Education CTE 38 Career Technical Experiences Required Suppt Courses...2 hrs HEA 95 First Aid Safety Total Curriculum Requirements hrs Special Education Learning Behavi Disders/ Elementary Emphasis Bachel of Science/Bachel of Arts Degree CIP 3.00 Note: Students must be admitted to Teacher Education by the time they complete nine semester hours of professional education. University Studies Requirements hrs PSY 80 General Psychology CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Required Courses...6 hrs ART 343 Art Materials Techniques f the Classroom Teacher CDI 205 Introduction to Communication Disders EDU 404 Teaching Environmental Education K-2 ELE 304 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary P-5 ELE 305 Children s Literature ELE 307 Teaching Language Arts in Elementary P-5 ELE 390 Introduction to Kindergarten ELE 40 Teaching Social Studies in Elementary P-5 ELE 402 Teaching Science in Elementary P-5 MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II MID 270 Teaching Learning in the Middle Grades REA 306 Teaching Reading in Elementary P-5 SED 350 Roles Procedures in Special Education SED 400 Characteristics Individualized Planning f Children Youth with Mild Disabilities SED 425 Specialized Reading f Students with Mild Disabilities SED 443 Curriculum Instruction f Children Youth with Mild Disabilities SED 455 Practicum SED 537 Diagnostic Methods SED 552 Applied Behavi Analysis SED 553 Instructional Procedures-Students with MSD Professional Education Courses...24 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching ELE 42 Student Teaching in Elementary P-5 7

8 72 SED 42 Student Teaching in Special Education Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. Learning Behavi Disders/ Middle School Emphasis Bachel of Science/Bachel of Arts Degree CIP 3.00 University Studies Requirements hrs PSY 80 General Psychology CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, public speaking, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Required Courses...54 hrs CDI 205 Introduction to Communication Disders EDU 404 Teaching Environmental Education 2 ELE 304 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary P-5 ELE 40 Teaching Social Studies in Elementary P-5 ELE 402 Teaching Science in Elementary P-5 MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II MID 270 Teaching Learning in the Middle Grades MID 307 Middle School Language Arts 2 REA 407 Middle School Reading SED 350 Roles Procedures in Special Education SED 400 Instructional Procedures-Students with MSD SED 425 Specialized Reading f Students with Mild Disabilities SED 443 Curriculum Instruction f Children Youth with Mild Disabilities SED 455 Practicum SED 537 Diagnostic Methods SED 552 Functional Behavi Analysis SED 553 Instructional Procedures-Students with MSD one of the following accding to academic area: MID 370 Labaty in Teaching English Communications MID 37 Labaty in Teaching Mathematics MID 372 Labaty in Teaching Science MID 373 Labaty in Social Studies Professional Education Courses...24 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching MID 42 Middle School Student Teaching SED 42 Student Teaching in Special Education Additional Middle School Option Courses hrs Students must select one of the following academic field specialization fields. Course substitutions can only be made by advis approval in the department concerned. English Communication Field ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 224 Writing in the Profession ENG 329 Teaching English in Middle/Secondary Schools ENG 425 Teaching English, Writing Grammar in Middle Schools ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars ENG 228 Stard English Usage Three courses as listed below: ENG 303 British Literature to 760 ENG 304 British Literature, 760 to the Present ENG 307 British Literature to 760 ENG 308 British Literature 760-present ENG 3 American Literature to 890 ENG 32 American Literature, 890 to the Present One level literature course Mathematics Field 3 OPTION I required courses: MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 250 Calculus Analytical Geometry I MAT 305 Intermediate Geometry MAT 399 Sets, Logic Functions Choose between the following: MAT 40 College Algebra MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 50 Algebra Trigonometry OPTION II min in mathematics the following: MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II Science Field 3 AST 5/6 Introducty Astronomy/Labaty BIO 0 Biological Concepts BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I GSC 0 The Earth the Environment GSC 25 Weather Climate PHY 25/26 Brief Introducty Physics/Labaty Social Studies Field 3 CIV 20 Wld Civilizations Cultures I CIV 202 Wld Civilizations Cultures II

9 ECO 230 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 23 Principles of Microeconomics GSC 0 Wld Geography HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience since 865 POL 40 American National Government SOC 33 Introduction to Sociology six hours from the following: HIS 30 Ancient Histy to the Fall of Rome HIS 302 Medieval Europe HIS 306 Europe in Renaissance Refmation HIS 350 Histy of Latin America HIS 430 Colonial America to 763 HIS 43 America in Revolution HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky Total Curriculum Requirements hrs With a grade of C better. 2 EDU 404 must be taken with MID Substitutions can only be made by advis approval in the department concerned. Some courses may be taken as University Studies electives. General Special Education Min...2 hrs Non-teaching min. Mins are individualized. Please see your advis. Six hours of the min must be upper-level courses completed in residence at Murray State University. Department of Early Childhood Elementary Education 320 Alexer Hall Chair: Jo Roberston. Faculty: Baust, Edington, Gichuru, Gierhart, Gill, Hansen, Islam, Ken, Niffenegger, Patterson, Riley, Shatzer. The Department of Early Childhood Elementary Education prepares early childhood elementary school teachers. Students completing one of the programs of study will be certified to apply to teach in an early childhood setting in an elementary school. The programs are accredited by the National Council f Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) the Kentucky Education Professional Stards Board. The interdisciplinary early childhood education program prepares graduates to provide early intervention, care educational services f infants, toddlers, preschool kindergarten children with without disabilities their families. The program includes courses in special education, child development professional education. Center-based programs public schools provide professional experiences f program participants. The elementary education program prepares students to teach in elementary schools, kindergarten through fifth grade. Students are educated certified to teach all regular subject matter areas to children in those grades. The four-year preparation program includes courses in University Studies, professional education, an academic emphasis area. Students interact with children in local schools during the professional education courses taken each year of the program. In addition to undergraduate degrees the Department of Early Childhood Elementary Education offers graduate degrees Fifth-year Rank I programs are also available. See the Graduate Bulletin f infmation regarding graduate programs. Elementary Education (Grades P-5) Bachel of Arts Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs Global Awareness, Cultural Diversity the Wld s Artistic Traditions: GSC 0 Wld Geography Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: BIO 0 Biological Concepts MAT 7 Mathematical Concepts MAT 40 College Algebra PHI 202 Ethics Wld s Histical, Literary, Philosophical Traditions: CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience since 865 CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education Note: Admission to the teacher education program also requires a grade of B better in one English composition course plus a grade of C better in a University Studies math course, COM 6 EDU 03. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. After completing 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursewk, students may take no me than 2 credit hours of education courses befe being admitted to the teacher education program. See advis f infmation. Professional Education...28 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education ELE 42 Student Teaching in Elementary P-5 Elementary Education Courses...28 hrs EDU 400 Practicum in Teaching Mathematics EDU 404 Teaching Environmental Education ELE 304 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary P-5 ELE 305 Children s Literature ELE 307 Teaching Language Arts in Elementary P-5 ELE 390 Introduction to Kindergarten ELE 40 Teaching Social Studies in Elementary P-5 ELE 402 Teaching Science in Elementary P-5 REA 306 Teaching Reading in Elementary P-5 REA 42 Practicum in Reading Instruction P-5 73

10 Related Education Courses...6 hrs ART 343 Art Materials Techniques f the Classroom Teacher ELE 3 Health, Wellness, Movement MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II MUS 200 Public School Music I MUS 300 Public School Music II Academic Emphasis hrs Each student must complete one area of academic emphasis by completing one set of required courses listed below. A minimum of 2 hours is required to complete the emphasis area. Courses may not replicate those taken to meet university studies requirements. English/Communication ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars literature course (3 hrs) Fine Arts/Humanities ENG 20 Appreciation of Literature HUM 22 Humanities in the Modern Wld: Diversity PHI 202 Ethics THD 220 Creative Dramatics Feign Language Choose four courses in one language. French: FRE 0 Fundamental Communications in French FRE 02 Social Interactions in French FRE 20 Intercultural Communications in French FRE 202 Practical Applications in French FRE 30 Social Issues in French Texts FRE 33 Advanced Language Practice Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. German: GER 0 Fundamental Communications in German GER 02 Social Interactions in German GER 20 Intercultural Communications in German GER 202 Practical Applications in German GER 30 Social Issues in German Texts GER 33 Advanced Language Practice Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. Spanish: SPA 0 Fundamental Communications in Spanish SPA 02 Social Interactions in Spanish SPA 20 Intercultural Communications in Spanish SPA 202 Practical Applications in Spanish SPA 30 Conversation Composition I SPA 302 Conversation Composition II Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. Science BIO 2 Field Biology BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I one AST, CHE, GSC, PHY elective Social/Behavial Studies CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II ECO 40 Contempary Economics HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky ( approved substitute) one of the following: HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience Since 865 POL 40 American National Government PSY 80 General Psychology Multidisciplinary Studies Choose one course from each subject area: English/Communications ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 228 Stard English Usage ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars Social/Behavial/Humanities CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II ECO 40 Contempary Economics ENG 20 Appreciation of Literature HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky HUM 22 Humanities in the Modern Wld: Diversity PHI 202 Ethics THD 04 The Theatrical Experience THD 220 Creative Dramatics Mathematics MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 40 College Algebra MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 250 Calculus Analytic Geometry I Science AST 5 Introducty Astronomy BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 0 Consumer Chemistry CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I GSC 0 The Earth the Environment GSC 99 Earth Science Total Curriculum Requirements hrs Admission to Teacher Education required. 74 Mathematics CSC 0 Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computers MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 40 College Algebra MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 305 Intermediate Geometry

11 Elementary Education (Grades P-5) Bachel of Science Degree CIP University Studies Requirements hrs Global Awareness, Cultural Diversity the Wld s Artistic Traditions: GSC 0 Wld Geography Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: BIO 0 Biological Concepts MAT 7 Mathematical Concepts MAT 40 College Algebra one approved AST, CHE, GSC, PHY elective PSY 80 General Psychology SOC 33 Introduction to Sociology one of the following HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience since 865 POL 40 American National Government Wld s Histical, Literary, Philosophical Traditions: CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education Note: Admission to the teacher education program also requires a grade of B better in one English composition course plus a grade of C better in a University Studies math course, COM 6 EDU 03. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. After completing 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursewk, students may take no me than 2 credit hours of education courses befe being admitted to the teacher education program. See advis f infmation. Professional Education...28 hrs EDU 303 Strategies of Teaching EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education EDU 405 Evaluation Measurement in Education ELE 42 Student Teaching in Elementary P-5 Elementary Education Courses...28 hrs EDU 400 Practicum in Teaching Mathematics EDU 404 Teaching Environmental Education ELE 304 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary P-5 ELE 305 Children s Literature ELE 307 Teaching Language Arts in Elementary P-5 ELE 390 Introduction to Kindergarten ELE 40 Teaching Social Studies in Elementary P-5 ELE 402 Teaching Science in Elementary P-5 REA 306 Teaching Reading in Elementary P-5 REA 42 Practicum in Reading Instruction P-5 Related Education Courses...6 hrs ART 343 Art Materials Techniques f the Classroom Teacher ELE 3 Health, Wellness, Movement MAT 5 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers I MAT 25 Mathematics f Middle Elementary Teachers II MUS 200 Public School Music I MUS 300 Public School Music II Academic Emphasis hrs Each student must complete one area of academic emphasis by completing one set of required courses listed below. A minimum of 2 hours is required to complete the emphasis area. Courses may not replicate those taken to meet university studies requirements. English/Communication ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars literature course (3 hrs) Fine Arts/Humanities ENG 20 Appreciation of Literature HUM 22 Humanities in the Modern Wld: Diversity PHI 202 Ethics THD 220 Creative Dramatics Feign Language Choose four courses in one language. French: FRE 0 Fundamental Communications in French FRE 02 Social Interactions in French FRE 20 Intercultural Communications in French FRE 202 Practical Applications in French FRE 30 Social Issues in French Texts FRE 33 Advanced Language Practice Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. German: GER 0 Fundamental Communications in German GER 02 Social Interactions in German GER 20 Intercultural Communications in German GER 202 Practical Applications in German GER 30 Social Issues in German Texts GER 33 Advanced Language Practice Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. Spanish: SPA 0 Fundamental Communications in Spanish SPA 02 Social Interactions in Spanish SPA 20 Intercultural Communications in Spanish SPA 202 Practical Applications in Spanish SPA 30 Conversation Composition I SPA 302 Conversation Composition II Or appropriate courses as determined by placement examination. Mathematics CSC 0 Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computers MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 40 College Algebra 75

12 76 MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 305 Intermediate Geometry Science BIO 2 Field Biology BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I one AST, CHE, GSC, PHY elective Social/Behavial Studies CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II ECO 40 Contempary Economics HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky ( approved substitute) one of the following: HIS 22 American Experience to 865 HIS 222 American Experience Since 865 POL 40 American National Government PSY 80 General Psychology Multidisciplinary Studies Choose one course from each subject area: English/Communications ENG 204 Advanced Exposity Writing ENG 24 Introduction to Creative Writing ENG 228 Stard English Usage ENG 30 Linguistics English Grammars Social/Behavial/Humanities CIV 202 Wld Civilizations II ECO 40 Contempary Economics ENG 20 Appreciation of Literature HIS 446 Histy of Kentucky HUM 22 Humanities in the Modern Wld: Diversity PHI 202 Ethics THD 04 The Theatrical Experience THD 220 Creative Dramatics Mathematics MAT 35 Introduction to Probability Statistics MAT 40 College Algebra MAT 45 Trigonometry MAT 250 Calculus Analytic Geometry I Science AST 5 Introducty Astronomy BIO 6 Biological Inquiry Analysis CHE 0 Consumer Chemistry CHE 05 Introducty Chemistry I GSC 0 The Earth the Environment GSC 99 Earth Science Total Curriculum Requirements hrs Admission to Teacher Education required. Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (Birth to Primary) Bachel of Science/Bachel of Arts Degree CIP 3.20 University Studies Requirements hrs Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies Quantitative Skills: BIO 0 Biological Concepts MAT 7 Mathematical Concepts ( higher) Global Awareness, Cultural Diversity the Wld s Artistic Traditions:: THD 04 The Theatrical Experience CSC 99 Introduction to Infmation Technology PSY 80 General Psychology (B.S. only) SOC 33 Introduction to Sociology Note: Certification requires a grade of B better in one English composition course a C better in a University Studies math course, COM 6, EDU 03 equivalent course. Additional requirements f admission to teacher education student teaching must be met. See advis / Office of Teacher Education Services f details. Professional Studies...28 hrs ART 343 Art Materials Techniques f the Classroom Teacher EDU 03 Issues Practices of American Education EDU 403 Structures Foundations of Education ELE 42 Student Teaching in Elementary P-5 MUS 200 Public School Music I After completing 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursewk, students may take no me than 2 credit hours of professional education courses befe being admitted to the teacher education program. See advis f infmation. Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Courses...5 hrs CDI 340 Speech Language Development ELE 30 Language Early Literacy f Early Childhood ELE 302 Music Movement f Young Children ELE 308 Teaching Mathematics Science Early Childhood ELE 390 Introduction to Kindergarten ELE 40 Collabation Communication in IECE Environments ELE 439 Early Childhood Assessment Program Development ELE 455 Curriculum Methods f Infants Toddlers ELE 474 IECE Practicum FCS 20 Child Development I FCS 2 Child Development II FCS 30 Program Planning f Preschool Children

13 FCS 3 Child Guidance SED 505 Special Education Procedures Strategies f IECE SED 526 Introduction to Early Education of Children with Disabilities SED 553 Instructional Procedures-Students with MSD Total Curriculum Requirements hrs This course is not a requirement but may be taken as an elective. Department of Educational Studies, Leadership Counseling 320 Alexer Hall Chair: Thomas Holcomb. Faculty: Bakes, Campoy, Dunham, Echoles, R. Flynn, Herr, Holcomb, Kem, Lyons, Murphy, Navan, Rose, Wall, Yeatts. Graduate Programs Graduate specialization is available in the department in two program areas: () administration supervision; (2) guidance counseling. The prerequisites requirements f each program are listed in the Graduate Bulletin. Administration Supervision Administration supervision offers graduate programs leading to certification f leadership positions in the public schools. These positions are school principal, supervis of instruction, direct of pupil personnel, school superintendent. Administration supervision also provides a nationally accredited master of arts in education specialist degree program in school administration. Guidance Counseling At the master s level two graduate specializations are available: () a Master of Arts in Education school counsel, (2) a non-counseling Master of Science degree in Human Development Leadership with an option f specialization in administration in nonprofit/volunteer ganizations, college student personnel, dietetics public administration, individually designed courses to meet specific career goals. A post-master s program is available leading to stard certification in school counseling to Rank I. An endsement of the provisional school guidance certificate f individual intellectual assessment is available as well as an option to extend from one level of school counseling (elementary secondary) to the other. A specialist degree program is available with an option f school counseling an option f community agency counseling. School Psychology A sixth-year certification program in school psychology is also available in this department. 77

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