2016-2017 University Catalog

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Following is a suggested four-year degree plan. Students are encouraged to see their advisor each semester for help with program decisions and enrollment; responsible for reviewing the Program of Study Requirements; responsible for meeting all course prerequisites; and must meet foreign language and writing intensive course requirements for graduation. See Academic Regulations-Undergraduate online.

*See Appendix A: Core Curriculum and Optional Course Information in the University Catalog.

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Sophomore Year

Fall Semester
PSCI 2305 - American National Govt 3
MATH 3365 - Discrete Mathematics 3
MATH 2415 - Calculus III 4
EDCI 2210 - Foundations of Education 2
Life&Physical Science* 3
Life&Physical Science Lab* 1
Language, Philosophy, & Culture* 3
Total 19
Spring Semester
PSCI 2306 - American State Government 3
MATH 3310 - Introduction to Linear Algebra 3
EDCI 3224 - Teaching in Diverse Settings1 2
COSC 1336 - Fundtls of Progrmg 3
COSC 1136 - Fundtls of Progrmg Lab 1
Life&Physical Science* 3
Life&Physical Science Lab* 1
Total 16

Senior Year

Fall Semester
MATH 4390 - Math Middle/High School 3
EDCI 3315 - Eff Instr Diverse Populations 3
EDCI 4310 - Engaging Learners 3
Advanced General Elective 2
Total 11
Spring Semester
EDSE 4350 - Incl Pract Exceptl Chld 3
EDCI 4693 - Student Teaching3 6
Total 9


1Students must apply for admission to the College of Education while enrolled in EDCI 3324.
2Foreign Language/Study Abroad: 6 SCH in course work (not credit by exam) above the university’s foreign language graduation requirement. Thus students who meet the university’s foreign language graduation requirement by earning 6 hours of credit by exam, may take 6 SCH in the same language but at the intermediate level or above, or they may take 6 SCH of another foreign language at the introductory level. This requirement may also be met by earning 6 SCH in any subject while participating in a TAMIU-approved Study Abroad program while living for at least 5 weeks in a non-English speaking country.
3Students are admitted to student teaching only after passing the certification exam to teach secondary mathematics.

Actual degree plans may vary depending on availability of courses in a given semester.
Some courses may require prerequisites not listed.

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