Adolescent/Young Adult/Life Science (grades 7-12) BS

Major Requirements

A major in adolescent/young adult/life science consists of:

EDUC 088The Oiler Experience for Education Majors

1

or

EDUC 200Orientation Seminar for Preservice Teachers

1

 

EDUC 151Ethnicity

3

EDUC 161Teaching as a Profession

3

EDUC 202Pre-Professional Block (Sophomore)

3

EDUC 265Growth and Development: Theory into Practice

3

EDUC 302Junior/Methods Field Experience

3

EDUC 303Assessment/Evaluation for Middle Childhood, Adolescent/Young Adult, and Multi-Age

3

EDUC 310Technology Integration: Instructional Strategies

3

EDUC 354Management for Middle Childhood, Adolescent/Young Adult and Multi-Age

3

EDUC 359Integrated Science Methods/Curriculum for Middle Childhood and Adolescent/Young Adult

3

EDUC 415Content Reading: Reading to Learn

3

EDUC 418Capstone Seminar

3

EDUC 463Senior Internship/Student Teaching

9

SPED 134Inclusion and Collaboration Issues for Educators

3

SPED 261Implications of Brain Research on Teaching and Learning

3

BIOL 100An Integrated Approach to the Sciences

3

BIOL 150Biodiversity, Form, and Function/Lecture

3

BIOL 150LBiodiversity, Form, and Function/Lab

1

BIOL 152Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology

3

BIOL 152LIntroduction to Cell and Molecular Biology/Lab

1

BIOL 180Oceanus

3

 

BIOL 201Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

3

and

BIOL 201LIntroduction to Anatomy and Physiology/Lab

1

or

BIOL 322Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

and

BIOL 322LHuman Anatomy & Physiology/Lab

1

 

BIOL 320Botany/Lecture

3

and

BIOL 320LBotany/Lab

1

or

BIOL 331General Ecology

3

and

BIOL 331LEcology Lab

1

 

CHEM 130General Chemistry I/Lecture

3

CHEM 130LGeneral Chemistry I/Lab

1