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Full transfer credit will be awarded for courses in the following specializations based upon comparable prior credits earned.
The English as a Second Language (ESL) (K-12) Endorsement is intended to improve a teacher's skills in this specialized area and can be added to existing Level I or Level II certificates.
Are you interested in politics? Would you like to teach individuals about citizens' rights, government, and history?
Marywood's Social Sciences Secondary Education program will prepare you to provide secondary school students with effective instruction in history and the other social sciences.
Our program will help you acquire command of the basic principles and content of these areas. You'll learn to assist students in the development of critical thinking, collaborative skills, appreciation for the riches of human diversity, and a knowledge base in the social sciences appropriate for secondary students. You'll hone your skills in curriculum and lesson planning, classroom management, and assessment through methods classes and a series of field experiences culminating in a semester of student teaching.
|SOC 211||Introductory Sociology||3|
|ECON 100||Basic Economics||3|
|PS 210||American Government and Politics||3|
|PS 211||State & Local Government||3|
|GEOG 210||Principles of Geography||3|
|HIST 100||Roots of the Modern World||3|
|HIST 101||Global History of the 21st Century||3|
|HIST 105||Ethnicity & Diversity in the Modern World||3|
|HIST 252||U.S. History to 1865||3|
|HIST 253||U.S. History since 1865||3|
|HIST 350||Ancient and Medieval World History||3|
|HIST ---||Modern Europe Elective||3|
|HIST ---||Modern Developing World Elective||3|
|HIST 320A-J||Topics in American History||3|
|SSCI 411||Curriculum & Methods||3|
|EDUC 500||First Semester Certification Seminar||0|
Field Experience (190 clock hours minimum)
|EDUC 502||Multidisciplinary Foundations of Education||3|
|EDUC 523||Seminar: Psychology of Education||3|
|PSY 514||Human Development||3|
|R ED 526||Teaching Content Area Reading||3|
|S ED 507||Characteristics of Students with Disabilities||3|
|EDUC 411A||Effective Instruction in Secondary and K-12 Education||3|
|S ED 511||Curriculum for Special Needs Learners (taken w/ Student teaching)||3|
|S ED 539||Behavior Management Approaches||3|
|EDUC 561||Methods, Materials and Assessment ESL||3|
|EDUC 442A-Q||Student Teaching||3,3|
|EDUC 595A||Student Teaching Seminar||1|