Anthropology Childhood Education (BA)

Health Sciences and Professional Programs
Teacher Education
HEGIS Number: 2202

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Course Descriptions
Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
Effective Fall 2015 

Anthropology Childhood Education BA


Required Courses 12 Credits

ANTH101Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 
ANTH220Social Research I 
ANTH321Social Research Methods II 
ANTH310Techniques of Cross-Cultural Research 
ANTH490Independent Study 

Anthropology Elective Courses

Six elective courses in Anthropology, Sociology, or Black Studies (At least three courses must be in Anthropology, and at least three of the six courses must be numbered 300 or higher) 

Education Course Requirements

Foundation Sequence19 
EDUC230Teaching with Multimedia Technology 
EDUC268Bilingual and English Language Learner (ELL) Education 
EDUC280Child and Adolescent Development for Teachers 
PSY215Human Development I: Infancy/Childhood 
EDUC283Educational Psychology: Effective Teaching and Learning in Diverse and Inclusive Classrooms 
MATH271Topics in Foundational Mathematics 
PHIL202Major Ideas and Issues in Education 
SOC202Major Ideas and Issues in Education 

Professional Educational Sequence

EDUC323Curriculum and Methods in Elementary Education: Mathematics 
EDUC369Early Language & Literacy for English Only and English Language Learners (EO's & ELLs) (WI) 
EDUC370Content Area Literacy Instruction For Mainstream English Only (EO) and English Language Learners (ELLs), Grades 2-6 
EDUC390Elementary Curriculum & Methods I: Learning Goals and Assessments Across Curriculum 
EDUC392Elementary Curriculum & Methods II: Instruction and Classroom Management Across Curriculum 

Student Teaching and Student Seminar

EDUC431Supervised Student Teaching, Grades 1 - 3 
EDUC432Supervised Student Teaching, Grades 4 - 6 

Students who are also concentrating in Teacher Education should take Sociology 202 - Evolution of Major Ideas and Issues in Education as one of the five elective courses. That course will satisfy both requirements in Anthropology and Teacher Education.