History Education/Middle School Extension (BA)

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HEGIS Number: 2205

Info
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Course Descriptions
Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
Effective Fall 2016 

History Childhood Education/Middle School Extension BA

 

Recommended Pathways Courses

 
Students are strongly recommended to take the following Pathways courses as they provide the academic content needed to teach Elementary school and ensure student can complete the program in 120 credits. The Content Specialty Test-Multi Subject exam, required for NYS licensure, will also include the content in these recommended courses. 

Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning

 
MATH150Mathematics and its Applications 
OR 
MATH111Introduction to Statistics & Probability 

Life & Physical Sciences

 
Students must complete one of the following courses or its equivalent to obtain and NYS teaching license: 
BIO140Human Biology 
OR 
EHS140Introduction to Environmental Sciences 
OR 
GEOL140Our Earth 
OR 
PHYS140The Physical Universe 

World Cultures & Global Issues

 
ENG200Understanding Literature 

U.S. Experience in its Diversity

 
POL103Politics and Government in the United States 

Creative Expression

 
Choose one Speech Communications course 

Individual & Society

 
ECON102Introduction to Microeconomics 

Scientific World

 
One course from ASTR, BIO, CHEM, EHS, GEO, or PHYS other than a science discipline used to meet the Life & Physical Sciences requirement. 

College Option (Writing Intensive requirement)

 
Choose one: either course also satisfies an Education pre-major block requirement. 
PHIL202Major Ideas and Issues in Education (WI) 
OR 
SOC202Major Ideas and Issues in Education (WI) 

*Sixth Flexible Core course

 
HIST201Beginnings of the American People 
OR 
HIST202The Emergence of Urban America 
OR 
HIST204Contemporary America 

History Major Courses

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Choose one of the following courses
HIST201Beginnings of the American People* 
HIST202The Emergence of Urban America* 
HIST204Contemporary America* 
HIST205History of Women in the United States 
HIST272African-American History 
HIST273The American Worker 
HIST274The American Ethnic Experience 
HIST311The Colonial Period of American History, 1492-1760 
HIST312The Era of the American Revolution, 1760-1815 
HIST313The Civil War 
HIST315American Diplomatic History, 1789-1914 
HIST316American Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century 
HIST326American Economic History Since the Civil War 
Choose one of the following courses
HIST205History of Women in the United States 
HIST272African-American History 
HIST273The American Worker 
HIST274The American Ethnic Experience 
HIST311The Colonial Period of American History, 1492-1760 
HIST312The Era of the American Revolution, 1760-1815 
HIST313The Civil War 
HIST315American Diplomatic History, 1789-1914 
HIST316American Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century 
HIST326American Economic History Since the Civil War 
Choose two of the following Courses
HIST206Women and the Family in World History 
HIST210Renaissance, Reformation and the Early Modern European State 
HIST331The Ancient Near East and Greece 
HIST332The Ancient World: Rome 
HIST333Nineteenth-Century Europe 
HIST334Twentieth-Century Europe 
HIST335Russia From the Middle Ages to 1855 
HIST336Russia From 1855 to the Present 
HIST337Modern England 
HIST338Modern France 
HIST339Modern Germany: 1648-1945 
HIST340The Holocaust: the Jewish Experience Under Nazism 
HIST344Contemporary Europe 
Choose two of the following Courses
HIST257East Asia to the Nineteenth Century 
HIST258East Asia From 1800 to the Present 
HIST262History of the Middle East 
HIST275African History Until 1800 
HIST276African History From 1800 Until the Present 
HIST277The Caribbean Since Columbus 
HIST278History of Modern India 
HIST353Modern China 
HIST354Modern Japan 
HIST359Contemporary China and Japan 
HIST367Colonial Latin America 
HIST368Latin America Since 1825 
HIST374Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade 
HIST375Decolonization in West Africa 
HIST376West Africa Since Independence 
An additional 18 History credits at the 200 level or above18 

Teacher Education

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Students should consult the Admission and Progression policy for additional requirements. Students should meet with an Education advisor each semester to select classes that meet all requirements. 

Pre-Major Block

ENG125English Composition I: Introduction to College Writing* 
ENG126English Composition II: Writing About Literature* 
PHIL202Major Ideas and Issues in Education 
OR 
SOC202Major Ideas and Issues in Education 
MATH271Topics in Foundational Mathematics 
EDUC230Teaching with Multimedia Technology 
EDUC280Child and Adolescent Development for Teachers 

Professional Educational Sequence

18 
EDUC268Bilingual and English Language Learner (ELL) Education 
EDUC271Adolescent and Youth Development 
EDUC283Educational Psychology: Effective Teaching and Learning in Diverse and Inclusive Classrooms 
EDUC352Instructional Strategies in Middle and High Schools 
EDUC323Curriculum and Methods in Elementary Education: Mathematics 
EDUC369Early Language & Literacy for English Only and English Language Learners (WI) 
EDUC370Content Area Literacy 2 - 6 EO and ELL 
EDUC390Curriculum and Methods in Elementary Education I: Learning Goals & Assessments 
EDUC392Elementary Methods II: Instruction and Classroom Environments 

Student Teaching

EDUC401Capstone Clinical Experience & Seminar for Childhood Education, Grades 1-3 
EDUC402Capstone Clinical Experience & Seminar for Childhood Education, Grades 4-6 
Free electives and Pathways39 
History/Education major81 
Total120 

* Courses satisfy Pathways Core and History/Education requirement; credits counted in Pathways.