BSIS Degree with EC-6 Generalist Certification

Total Semester Credit Hours = 120

Sample Course Sequence: BSIS leading to EC-6 certification

Freshman

Fall (16 hrs)

ENGL 1301

HIST 1301

Life Science (BIOL with lab)

MATH 1314

GEOG 1313

Spring (16 hrs.)

ENGL 1302

HIST 1302

MATH 1350

Physical Science (CHEM, or PHYS with lab)

Visual and Performing Arts

Sophomore

Fall (16 hrs)

SPCM 1315

ENGL 2322, 2323, 2362, or 2363

MATH 1351

POLS 2305

Science Elective (any BIOL, CHEM, or PHYS)

Spring (18 hrs.)

EDUC 1301

EDEC 3305

EPSY 3350

MATH 1342

POLS 2306

Junior

Fall (15 hrs)

EDUC 2301

EDUC 4321

READ 4350

EDEC 3315

READ 3330

Spring (17 hrs.)

GEOL 3310 OR 3314

EDEC 4385

EDUC 3220

ELED 4312

READ 4360

READ 4364

Senior

Fall (16 hrs)

EDUC 4230

ELED 4313

ELED 4314

EDFB 3348

EDSP 4269

READ 4366

Spring (6 hrs.)

EDUC 4640*

EDUC 4057

Field or clinical experiences are required in conjunction with professional education courses of the BSIS degree. The School of Education in cooperation with participating school districts assigns students to school placements.

*Student Teaching: Requirements for admission to student teaching are provided at the end of the BSIS section of this catalog.

In order to be eligible for a recommendation for EC-6 teacher certification, candidates must pass required TExES examinations in addition to successfully completing the requirements for the BSIS degree and student teaching.