Special Education Transfer Pathway (60 Credits)

Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
EDUC1200 Introduction to Education 3 Credits
EDUC1215 Technology Strategies for Educators 2 Credits
EDUC1225 Education Internship I 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
EDUC1210 Multicultural Education 3 Credits
EDUC1220 Child Growth and Development 3 Credits
SPED1205 Introduction to Special Education 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester III
EDUC2200 Educational Psychology 3 Credits
General Education
CMST2300 Introduction to Public Speaking 3 Credits
ENGL1302 Analytical Writing 4 Credits
CRTK1300 Introduction to Critical Thinking 3 Credits
BLGY1351 General Biology I 4 Credits
PHYS1305 Conceptual Physics 4 Credits
MATH1341 Elements of Math I 4 Credits
PSYC1300 Introduction to Psychology 3 Credits
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PSYC1304 Life Span Developmental Psychology 3 Credits
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PSYC1350 Positive Psychology - Building Human Strengths 3 Credits
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PSYC2310 Abnormal Psychology 3 Credits
HIST1310 American History Until 1877 3 Credits
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POLS1304 Introduction to American Politics 3 Credits
MUSC1320 Music in World Culture 3 Credits
ART 1300 Art Appreciation 3 Credits
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ART 1310 2D Design 4 Credits
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ART 1321 Drawing I 4 Credits
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ENGL1340 Introduction to Multicultural Literature 3 Credits
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ENGL1345 Gender in Literature 3 Credits
DVRS1304 Diversity and Social Justice 3 Credits
See faculty advisor for recommended sequencing of General Education courses
EDUC courses contain specific standards required by the Professional Educators Licensing and Standards Board (PELSB). Students must meet all PELSB standards in EDUC courses to earn credit for the class.
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $1575

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.