Coordinate Major in Early Childhood or Elementary Education (UMAE)

In addition to the ten (10) core requirements listed above, each student must complete:

  • MATH 110 College Mathematics I
  • Two (2) electives in mathematics: one (1) at the 200-level or above; one (1) at the 300-level or above.

It is strongly recommended that students select MATH 201 Intuitive Geometry and MATH 301 Problem Solving and Modeling in Mathematics as the two mathematics electives among the core courses. Choose Option A or B

  • Option A: Coordinate Major in Early Childhood Education (Pre-K - Grade 2 Licensure)
    • EDUC 200 Education in American Society with Field Study I
    • PSYC 200 Psychology of Development (Gen. Ed. Goal 9)
    • EDUC 222 Sheltered English Immersion
    • EDUC 320 The Young Child: Emerging Literacy with Field Study II
    • EDUC 374 Early Childhood Curriculum: Mathematics and Science with Field Study III
    • EDUC 376 Early Childhood Curriculum: Reading, Social Studies, and Special Needs
    The Professional Semester (two courses – four course credits):
    • EDUC 431 Early Childhood Professional Practicum A (First half of semester (Credit - two course credits)
    • EDUC 432 Early Childhood Professional Practicum B (Second half of semester (Credit - two course credits)
  • Option B: Coordinate Major in Elementary Education (Grades 1 - 6 Licensure)
    • EDUC 200 Education in American Society with Field Study I
    • PSYC 200 Psychology of Development (Gen. Ed. Goal 9)
    • EDUC 222 Sheltered English Immersion
    • EDUC 322 The Child and Literacy with Field Study II
    • EDUC 341 Elementary Curriculum: Mathematics with Field Study III
    • EDUC 346 Elementary Curriculum: Science, Social Studies and Special Needs
    The Professional Semester (two courses – four course credits):
    • EDUC 437 Elementary Professional Practicum A (First half of the semester) (Credit - two course credits)
    • EDUC 438 Elementary Professional Practicum B (Second half of semester) (Credit - two course credits)
    Note: PSYC 200 may be used to fulfill the general education requirement.

Please consult The Mathematics Major Handbook for various schedule options and additional information.

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