2017-18 Degree Plan

Elementary Education (Math Concentration), BSED

College of Education: Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership and Policy
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Term 1 Hours Towards Degree: 16 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
ENGL 110: Accelerated Composition or ENGL 111: Composition I and ENGL 112: Composition II or ENGL 113: Enhanced Composition 3 C
MATH 111: Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I 3 C
Social and Behavioral Science 3 C
Physical and Natural Science 4 C
Foreign Language course 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Term 2 Hours Towards Degree: 32 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
ENGL 120: Composition III 3 C
MATH 112: Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers II 3 C
Physical and Natural Science 4 C
Humanities- HIST 101 or 102 or 161 or 162 or 260 0r 463 3 C
EDUC 183: Introduction to Education in New Mexico 3 C
Term Hours: 16
Term 3 Hours Towards Degree: 50 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
LING 101: Introduction to study of Language 3 C
HIST 101: Western Civilization to 1648 or HIST 102: Western Civilization Post 1648 or 161 or 162 or 260 0r 463 3 C
MATH 215: Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers III 3 C
EDPY 310: Learning and the classroom 3 C
Teaching Field Course 3 C
CJ 130:Public Speaking or CJ 220: Communication for Teachers 3 C
Term Hours: 18
Term 4 Hours Towards Degree: 65 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
Social and Behavioral Science 3 C
HIST 101: Western Civilization to 1648 or HIST 102: Western Civilization Post 1648 or 161 or 162 or 260 0r 463 3 C
Teaching Field Course 3 C
Fine arts - ARTE 214 or MUSE 298 3 C
Teaching Field Course 3 C
Term Hours: 15
Term 5 Hours Towards Degree: 83 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
EDUC 330L: Teaching of Reading 3 C
EDPY 472: Classroom Assessment 3 C
Diversity/Speciality course 3 C
LLSS 443: Childrens Literature (Literatura Infantil) 3 C
MSET 365: Microcomputers in Schools 3 C
Teaching Field Course 3 C
Term Hours: 18
Term 6 Hours Towards Degree: 100 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
EDUC 401L:: Creating Effective Learning Environments Il I 1 CR
EDUC 411L: K-8 field Experience 1 B
Diversity/Speciality course II 3 C
EDUC 333L: Teaching Oral and Written Language in the Elementary School 3 B
EDUC 361L: Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary School 3 B
EDUC 353L: Teaching Science k-8 3 C
Teaching Field Course 3 C
Term Hours: 17
Term 7 Hours Towards Degree: 115 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
EDUC 402L: K-8 Field Experiences II 1 CR
EDUC 321L: Teaching of Social Studies in the Elementary School 3 B
EDUC 412L: Creating effective K-8 Learning Environments II 2 B
SPCD 489: Introduction to Assistive Technology in Special Education 3 C
EDUC 331L: Teaching of Reading in the Elementary School 3 B
Diversity/Speciality course III 3 C
Term Hours: 15
Term 8 Hours Towards Degree: 124 Crucial course: Cc Hours Minimum Grade Notes
EDUC 403L: Using Assessment: Creating Effective K-8 Learning Environments II 6 CR
EDUC 413L: Student Teaching/K-8 Field Experience III 3 C
Term Hours: 9
Degree Plan Notes
  • Keep in mind that minimum grades on road map are for individual coursework only. Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.75 cumulative GPA for admission and 2.0 cumulative GPA for graduation from the College of Education.

  • Concentration- Teaching Field Course Option
    • Recommended for K-5: MATH 121, MATH 180, MATH 181, and STAT 145
    • Recommended for K-8: MATH 123, MATH 150, MATH 162L, and STAT 145

  • Humanities- HIST 101 or 102 or 161 or 162 or 260 0r 463s
    HIST 101: Western Civilization to 1648
    HIST 102: Western Civilization post 1648
    HIST 162: US History since 1877
    HIST 260: History of New Mexico
    HIST 463: Hispanic Frontiers
    HIST 101: Western Civilization to 1648 or HIST 102: Western Civilization Post 1648 or 161 or 162 or 260 0r 463 s
    HIST 101: Western Civilization to 1648
    HIST 102: Western Civilization post 1648
    HIST 161: US History to 1877
    HIST 162: US History since 1877
    HIST 260: History of New Mexico
    HIST 463: Hispanic Frontiers