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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

English w/Professional Education Minor


English, BS
with Professional Education Minor
*Sample Four Year Plan

First Year Fall Semester
SCH
First Year Spring Semester
SCH
APSU 1000-Transition to the University 1 ENGL 1020-English Composition II 3
ENGL 1010-English Composition I 3 **EDUC 2100-Foundations of Education 3
Foreign Language 1010 4 Foreign Language 1020 4
COMM 1010-Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 Humanities and/or Fine Arts Corse 3
History Core 3 MATH 1010-Mathematical Thought & Practice 3
TOTAL SCH 14 TOTAL SCH 16
Second Year Fall Semester
SCH
Second Year Spring Semester
SCH
ENGL 2330-Topics in World Literature 3 **EDUC 3070-Instructional Strategies 3
Natural Sciences w/ lab Core 4 Natural Sciences w/ lab Core 4
History Core 3 ENGL 3150-Shakespeare 3
ENGL 1100-Technical & Report Writing 3 Social and Behavioral Sciences Core 3
EDUC 3040-Instructional Technology 3 ENGL 3010-American Literature I 3
TOTAL SCH 16 TOTAL SCH 16
Third Year Fall Semester
SCH
Third Year Spring Semester
SCH
Social and Behavioral Sciences Core 3 Humanities and/or Fine Arts Core 3
ENGL 3420-Adolescent Experience in Literature 3 ENGL 3130-British Literature II 3
ENGL 3020-American Literature II 3 Advanced Writing Course  (Choose 1 from Group 1) 3
Linguistics (Choose 1 from Group 2) 3 ENGL 3100-Studies in British Literature 3
EDUC 4270-Evaluation and Assessment 3 Linguistics (Choose 1 from Group 2) 3
Upper Division ENGL Course 3    
TOTAL SCH 18 TOTAL SCH 15
Fourth Year Fall Semester
Residency I
SCH
Fourth Year Spring Semester
Residency II
SCH
**EDUC 4080-Classroom Management 3 **EDUC 4610-Student Teaching: 7-8 3
EDUC 4160-Teaching Diversity 3 **EDUC 4710-Student Teaching: 9-12 3
EDUC 4400-Theories in Learning 3 EDUC 4950-Seminar 2
SPED 3000-Intro to Special Education 3    
**ENGL 4400-Teaching English in Secondary Schools 3    
RDG 4890-Teaching Reading in Secondary Schools 3    
TOTAL SCH 18 TOTAL SCH 12
    Total Student Credit Hours for Degree 125

*For this degree a student must complete a total of 39 upper division (3000-4999) credit hours.

Group 1: Advanced Writing
Select one (1) course from the list below

ENGL 3200 – Expository Writing  3
ENGL 3500 – Advanced Technical Writing  3
ENGL 3600 – Professional Writing and Editing  3

Group 2 – Linguistics
Select two (2) course from the list below

LING 4010 – History of the English Language  3
LING 4020 – History of American English  3
LING 4030 – Introduction to Historical Linguistics  3
LING 4040 – How Language Works  3
LING 4050 – English Grammar and Usage  3
LING 4060 – Survey of Early Germanic Languages  3
LING 4600 – Special Topics in Linguistics  3
Or approved LING course from Advisor 

Praxis II Required Testing: Test code 5624(7-12) Principles of Learning and Teaching (minimum score 155); Test Code 5038 English Language Arts: Content Knowledge (Min score 167)