|A - E||Core Curriculum (a, b)||42-44 hours|
|F||Courses appropriate to the Program of Study||18 hours|
|EDUC 2110||Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education||3 hours|
|EDUC 2110F||Field Experience in Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education||0 hours|
|EDUC 2120||Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity||3 hours|
|EDUC 2120F||Field Experience in Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity||0 hours|
|EDUC 2130||Exploring Teaching and Learning||3 hours|
|EDUC 2130F||Field Experience in Exploring Teaching and Learning||0 hours|
Choose 9 hours from your two intended areas of concentration: English, Mathematics, Science, or Social Science.
Choose 9 hours from the following courses:
|ANTH 1102*||Introduction to Anthropology||3 hours|
|ECON 2105*||Prin. of Macroeconomics||3 hours|
|GEOG 1101*||Introduction to Human Geography||3 hours|
|MATH 2008 (c)||Foundations of Numbers and Operations||3 hours|
|Select elective from Core Area C (b)||3 hours|
|SOCI 1101*||Introduction to Sociology||3 hours|
|BIOL 1611 & BIOL 1611L (d)||Human Anatomy & Physiology I||4 hours|
|BIOL 1612 & BIOL 1612L||Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4 hours|
|PHED ______||Activity Physical Education course||1 hour|
|Additional Requirements||2-4 hours|
* Or Honors version
(a) MATH 1070* is recommended in Area D.
(b) ARTS 1301* is recommended for Area C and MUSC 1301* is recommended as the Area C elective in Area F.
(c) MATH 2008 is designed for teachers at the elementary school level. This course is not intended for those majoring in mathematics or for those intending to teach at the middle school or high school levels.
(d) CHEM 1151 and CHEM 1151L should be taken in Area D.
Special Admission Requirements for Teacher Education Programs
To be admitted into an undergraduate educator preparation program within the University System of Georgia:
(1) Students must earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on all attempted hours in the System core curriculum in Areas A-F.
(2) Students must have passed the Regents' Test.
(3) Students must have passed GACE I.
(4) Receiving institutions may establish higher admission requirements.
Effective Fall 2014