Bachelor of Science in Education - Elementary
Donnelly Core (24 credits):
- EN 100: Freshman Seminar
- EN 111: Composition I
- EN 112: Composition II
- EN 140: Public Speaking
- PH 210: Introduction to Philosophy
- IT 111: Microcomputer Essentials
- MT 130: College Algebra
- PH 225/RS 225: Foundations of Theology
Natural Sciences & Math (17 credits):
- BL101 & BL 101.1: Principles of Biology and Lab
- SC 101: Fundamentals of Physical Science & Lab
- SC 200: Earth Science
- MT 121: Statistics
Humanities (9 credits):
- HS 101: Early World Civilizations
- HS 121: Early American History
- EN 135: Children’s Literature
Social Science (9 credits):
- PY 101: General Psychology
- GE 101: World Geography
- PY 205: Human Growth & Development OR PY 211: Child Psychology
Education (10 credits):
- ED 101: Introduction to Urban Education
- ED 104: Elementary Music Methods
- ED 105: Instructional Media and Technology
- ED 106: Elementary Art Methods
Major Requirements (60 credits):
- PY 301: Educational Psychology
- ED 301: Perspectives in Education for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners
- ED 302: Elementary Social Studies Methods
- ED 303: Elementary Reading Methods
- ED 304: Techniques for Instructional Success
- ED 310: Practicum/Seminar
- PY 213: Psychology of the Exceptional Childs
- ED 312: Elementary Language Arts Methods
- RS 301: Comparative Religions
- ED 315: Literacy and Linguistically Diverse Learners
- ED 316: Elementary Physical Education and Health Methods
- ED 320: Practicum/Seminar
- ED 400: Tests and Measurements
- ED 401: Elementary Mathematics Methods
- ED 402: Elementary Science Methods
- ED 403: Language Assessment and Appraisal
- ED 404: Foundations of Urban Educations
- ED 410: Practicum/Seminar ED 415 Teaching Internship and Seminar
- Completion of required coursework with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher;
- Completion of at 60 hours of prescribed major course with a grade of C or better;
- Completion of at least 120 college-level credit hours;
- Complete the last 30 credit hours at Donnelly College;
- Unless noted, no courses will be used to meet more than one of the specific requirements.
- Students must apply for the bachelor’s degree by submitting an application form to the Registrar’s Office.
- Principles of Learning (Paper or Computer) Qualifying Score of 160.
- Elementary Education Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (Paper or Computer) Qualifying Score for 153.
- ESOL (Paper or Computer) Qualifying Score of 149.
- Additionally, KPTP (Case study) Qualifying Score of 23 or higher.
To learn more about Donnelly courses, please visit the Course Description section of the College Catalog.