Secondary Education

Secondary Education

The Secondary Education program aligns with the College of Education Core Standards of Teacher Education and the Conceptual Framework. In addition, the program graduates teachers who exemplify the following guiding principles. The Secondary Educator:

  1. Is a content area expert able to represent subject matter in multiple ways to ensure depth of student understanding.

  2. Ensures curriculum alignment with state and national student achievement standards.

  3. Uses all appropriate tools and techniques of teaching to guide and assess student learning.

  4. Provides consistent opportunities for all students to learn and adapts instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners.

  5. Fosters family and community relationships that promote student learning.

Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education

Summary of Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education:

  1. Completion of University's General Education Requirements (see General Education Requirements and Applying to Graduate in the Academic Information section of this catalog).

  2. Completion of a subject teaching endorsement of at least 30 semester credit hours as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education, and completion of a subject teaching endorsement of at least 20 semester credit hours as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education, OR completion of a single subject teaching endorsement of at least 45 semester credit hours as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education.

  3. Completion of the Professional Education Core, and the Required Secondary Education Course, listed below.

Professional Education Core

Some of these courses are required to be taken before entering the Teacher Education Program.

EDUC 2201Development and Individual Differences3
EDUC 2204Families Community Culture3
EDUC 2215Using Technology in a Digital World3
EDUC 3301Inquiring Thinking Knowing3
EDUC 3302Motivation and Management3
EDUC 3308Foundations of Educational Knowledge, Planning, and Assessment4
EDUC 3311Instructional Technology3
SPED 3350Creating Inclusive Classrooms3
EDUC 4408Pre-Internship Field Experience Seminar2
EDUC 4496Secondary Education Student Teaching Internship14

Required Secondary Education Course

EDUC 4401Content Area Literacy3

Requirements for Secondary Education Certification Only

  1. Completion of a subject teaching endorsement of at least 30 semester credit hours, as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education, and a subject teaching endorsement of at least 20 semester credit hours, as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education, OR completion of a single subject teaching endorsement of at least 45 semester credit hours as recommended by the subject department and approved by the College of Education.

  2. Completion of the Professional Education Core and Student Teaching Internship:

EDUC 2201Development and Individual Differences3
EDUC 2204Families Community Culture3
EDUC 3301Inquiring Thinking Knowing3
EDUC 3302Motivation and Management3
EDUC 3308Foundations of Educational Knowledge, Planning, and Assessment4
EDUC 3311Instructional Technology3
SPED 3350Creating Inclusive Classrooms3
EDUC 4408Pre-Internship Field Experience Seminar2
EDUC 4496Secondary Education Student Teaching Internship14

3. Completion of Secondary Education Required Course:

EDUC 4401Content Area Literacy3

Secondary Education Teaching Endorsements

American Government 30 Credit Endorsement

Credits selected from the Political Science core curriculum (excluding POLS 4460) 124
HIST 1118US History and Culture3
HIST 4418United States History for Teachers3
1

Political Science core curriculum courses are listed in the Political Science section within the College of Arts and Letters.

American Government 20 Credit Endorsement

HIST 1118US History and Culture3
HIST 4418United States History for Teachers3
POLS 1101Introduction to United States Government3
POLS 3313Introduction to Political Philosophy3
POLS 3331Comparative Politics Framework for Analysis3
POLS 4403The Presidency3
or POLS 4404 The Legislative Process
Select ONE of the following: 3
Political Parties and Groups
Voting and Public Opinion
Civil Rights and Liberties

Biological Sciences 30 Credit Endorsement

MATH 1160Applied Calculus3
or MATH 1153 Introduction to Statistics
BIOL 1101
1101L
Biology I
and Biology I Lab
4
BIOL 1102
1102L
Biology II
and Biology II Lab
4
BIOL 2206
BIOL 2207
Cell Biology
and Cell Biology Laboratory 1
4
BIOL 2209
2209L
General Ecology
and General Ecology Laboratory
4
BIOL 3358Genetics3
BIOL 4413Biology Teaching Methods3
BIOL 4417Organic Evolution3
Approved Plant Biology elective 23-4
Approved Animal Biology elective 23-4
1

BIOL 2206, BIOL 2207 have a prereq of CHEM 1112, CHEM 1112L General Chemistry II, and Lab, 4 credits.

2

Approved electives are listed in the Biological Sciences section of the College of Science and Engineering.

Biological Sciences 20 Credit Endorsement

MATH 1160Applied Calculus3
or MATH 1153 Introduction to Statistics
BIOL 1101
1101L
Biology I
and Biology I Lab
4
BIOL 1102
1102L
Biology II
and Biology II Lab
4
BIOL 2206
BIOL 2207
Cell Biology
and Cell Biology Laboratory 1
4
BIOL 4413Biology Teaching Methods3
Approved upper division Biology Elective 23-4
1

BIOL 2206, BIOL 2207 have a prereq of CHEM 1112, CHEM 1112L General Chemistry II, and Lab, 4 credits.

2

Approved electives are listed in the Biological Sciences section of the College of Science and Engineering

Business Education 30 Credit Endorsement

Select one of the following:3
Principles of Accounting I
Accounting Concepts
Basic Accounting 1
Accounting Applications 1
Payroll Procedures 1
Computerized Accounting 1
BED 3332Methods in Business Education3
BED 3341Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations I1
PTE 4401Foundations of Professional Technical Education3
BED 3342Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations II1
BED 3343Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations III1
ENGL 3308Business Communications3
BT 0144Business Document Processing 13
Select one of the following:3
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Consumer Economics
Select 9 credits from recommended and approved courses.9
Total Hours30

Recommended and Approved Courses:

ACCT 2202Principles of Accounting II3
BA 1110The World of Business3
BED 4485Independent Study in Business Education1-3
CFS 4470Consumer Economics3
CMP 2202Photo, Graphic, and Video Editing3
CMP 2231Introduction to Graphic Design3
CMP 2261Introduction to Advertising3
CMP 3335Typography and Layout3
COUN 1150Career and Life Planning1
ECON 1100Economic Issues3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 3301Macroeconomic Theory3
ECON 3302Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 3323Economic History3
ECON 4431Money and Banking3
FIN 1115Personal Finance3
FIN 3303Financial Concepts3
INFO 1110Web Development: Essentials3
INFO 3301Introduction to Informatics and Analytics3
INFO 3303Informatics Concepts3
INFO 4430Web Application Development3
MGT 2261Legal Environment of Organizations3
MGT 3303Management Concepts3
MGT 3312Individual and Organizational Behavior3
MGT 4462Issues in Business and Society3
PTE 4402Analysis and Course Construction3
PTE 4403Methods of Teaching in Professional Technical Education3
1

 Note that only 8 BT credits can be applied toward your degree.

Business Education 20 Credit Endorsement

Select one of the following:3
Principles of Accounting I
Accounting Concepts
Basic Accounting 1
Accounting Applications 1
Payroll Procedures 1
Computerized Accounting 1
BED 3332Methods in Business Education3
BED 3341Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations I1
BED 3342Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations II1
BED 3343Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations III1
BT 0144Business Document Processing 13
ENGL 3308Business Communications3
PTE 4401Foundations of Professional Technical Education3
Select one of the following:3
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Consumer Economics
Total Hours21
1

 Note that only 8 BT credits can be applied toward your degree.

Chemistry 30 Credit Endorsement

CHEM 1111
1111L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Lab
5
CHEM 1112
1112L
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Lab
4
CHEM 2211Inorganic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2232Quantitative Analysis2
CHEM 2234Quantitative Analysis Laboratory2
CHEM 3301Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 3302
CHEM 3304
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHEM 3331Instrumental Analysis2
CHEM 3334Instrumental Analysis Laboratory2
CHEM 3341Topics in Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 3342Topics in Physical Chemistry II3
CHEM 4400Practicum in Physical Science2
Approved electives in Chemistry7

Chemistry 20 Credit Endorsement

CHEM 1111
1111L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Lab
5
CHEM 1112
1112L
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Lab
4
CHEM 2211Inorganic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2213Inorganic Chemistry I Laboratory1
CHEM 4400Practicum in Physical Science2
Approved electives in Chemistry7

Communication 30 Credit Endorsement

CMP 2202Photo, Graphic, and Video Editing3
CMP 2205Argumentation3
CMP 2286Visual Rhetoric3
CMP 3308Groups and Communication3
CMP 4404Gender and Communication3
CMP 4487Rhetorical Theory3
CMP 4488Rhetorical Criticism3
THEA 1111Stagecraft3
THEA 1118Oral Interpretation of Literature3
THEA 2251Fundamentals of Acting3
THEA 3331Materials and Methods for High School Speech Arts3
One 4000 level elective in Speech3

Communication 20 Credit Endorsement

CMP 2205Argumentation3
CMP 2286Visual Rhetoric3
CMP 3308Groups and Communication3
CMP 4404Gender and Communication3
CMP 4487Rhetorical Theory3
CMP 4488Rhetorical Criticism3
One 4000 level elective in Speech3

Drama 30 Credit Endorsement

CMP 2205Argumentation3
CMP 3308Groups and Communication3
THEA 1101Survey of Theatre3
THEA 1111Stagecraft3
THEA 1191Theatre Production1
AND/OR
Theatre Production
THEA 2251Fundamentals of Acting3
THEA 2252Intermediate Acting Scene Study3
THEA 3331Materials and Methods for High School Speech Arts3
THEA 4455Beginning Stage Direction3
Select ONE of the following:3
Makeup
Stage Costume Construction
Theatre Management
Select ONE of the following:3
Theatre Background I
Theatre Background II
Modern European Theatre
American Theatre History
Contemporary Theatre

Drama 20 Credit Endorsement

THEA 1101Survey of Theatre3
THEA 1111Stagecraft3
THEA 2251Fundamentals of Acting3
THEA 2252Intermediate Acting Scene Study3
THEA 1191Theatre Production1
AND / OR
Theatre Production
Beginning Stage Direction
Select ONE of the following:3
Makeup
Stage Costume Construction
Theatre Management
Select ONE of the following:3
Theatre Background I
Theatre Background II
Modern European Theatre
American Theatre History
Contemporary Theatre

Economics 30 Credit Endorsement

ECON 2201Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 3301Macroeconomic Theory3
ECON 3302Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 3306History of Economic Doctrines3
FIN 1115Personal Finance3
Approved electives in Economics12

Economics 20 Credit Endorsement

ECON 2201Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 3301Macroeconomic Theory3
ECON 3302Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 3306History of Economic Doctrines3
FIN 1115Personal Finance3
Approved electives in Economics3

English 30 Credit Endorsement

ENGL 2211Introduction to Literary Analysis3
ENGL 2257Survey of World Literature I Beginnings through 16th Century3
or ENGL 2258 Survey of World Literature II 17th Century to Present
ENGL 2267Survey of British Literature I Beginnings through 18th Century3
or ENGL 2268 Survey of British Literature II 19th Century to Present
ENGL 2277Survey of American Literature I Beginnings to 18603
or ENGL 2278 Survey of American Literature II 1860 to Present
ENGL 2280Grammar and Usage3
ENGL 2281Introduction to Language Studies3
ENGL 3311Literary Criticism and Theory3
ENGL 3327Special Topics in Genre3
ENGL 4407Topics in Professional Writing3
ENGL 4431Teaching and Writing Projects Special Topics3
ENGL 4433Methods Teaching English 13
ENGL 4476Shakespeare3
or ENGL 4477 Shakespeare in Performance
Select ONE of the following Period or Major Figures Courses:3
Studies in Classical Literature
Studies in Medieval Literature
Studies in Renaissance Literature
Studies in Seventeenth Century Literature
Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature
Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature
Studies in Late Nineteenth Century Literature
Studies in Early Twentieth Century Literature
Studies in Contemporary Literature
Proseminar in a Major Literary Figure
Chaucer
Milton
1

ENGL 4433 must be completed before Student Teaching Internship.

English as a New Language (ENL) 20 Credit Endorsement

Foreign Language4
ANTH/ENGL/LANG 1107Nature of Language3
or ENGL 2280 Grammar and Usage
ANTH 4450Sociolinguistics3
or ANTH 4455 Phonetics
EDUC 4460Foundations of ESL3
EDUC 4463ESL Methods3
EDUC 4464ESL Practicum1
ENGL 3356Ethnicity in Literature3

French 30 Credit Endorsement

FREN 3301
FREN 3302
French Conversation and Composition I
and French Conversation and Composition II (and their prerequisites or equivalent high school courses)
6
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Upper division electives in French 112
1

 Must be approved by the Department of Languages and Literature and the College of Education.

French 20 Credit Endorsement

FREN 2201
FREN 2202
Intermediate French I
and Intermediate French II (or equivalent)
8
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Approved electives in French 112
1

Must be approved by the Department of Languages and Literatures and the College of Education.

Geology 30 Credit Endorsement

GEOL 1100
1100L
The Dynamic Earth
and The Dynamic Earth Lab
3-4
or GEOL 1101 Physical Geology
GEOL 1110Physical Geology for Scientists Laboratory 11
GEOL 2202Historical Geology3
GEOL 2210Earth in Space and Time3
GEOL 3306Environmental Geology3
GEOL 3313Earth Materials I 23
GEOL 3315Evolution of the Earth's Surface4
GEOL 4400Practicum in Geology Teaching1
GEOL 4410Science in American Society2
GEOL/HIST/POLS 4471Historical Geography of Idaho3
Plus approved electives from the following, to reach a total of at least 30 credits:30
Earth Materials II
Principles of Geographic Information Systems
Volcanology
Global Environmental Change
Principles of Geochemistry
Planetary Geology
Principles of Hydrogeology
Geobiology and the History of Life
Sedimentation-Stratigraphy
Geology of Idaho
Geology of North America
Seminar
Other geoscience courses as approved by Geoscience advisor
1

Candidates must take GEOL 1110 even if they have taken the lab for GEOL 1100 or GEOL 1101 (GEOL 1100L or GEOL 1101L).

2

(PREREQ or COREQ CHEM 1111)

Geology 20 Credit Endorsement

GEOL 1100
1100L
The Dynamic Earth
and The Dynamic Earth Lab
3-4
or GEOL 1101 Physical Geology
GEOL 1110Physical Geology for Scientists Laboratory 11
GEOL 2202Historical Geology3
GEOL 2210Earth in Space and Time3
GEOL 3313Earth Materials I 23
GEOL 3315Evolution of the Earth's Surface4
GEOL 4400Practicum in Geology Teaching1
GEOL 4410Science in American Society2
Plus electives from the following, to reach a total of at least 22 credits:22
Global Environmental Change
Planetary Geology
Geology of Idaho
Geology of North America
Historical Geography of Idaho
Seminar
Other geoscience electives may be approved by advisor
1

Candidates must take GEOL 1110 even if they have taken the lab for GEOL 1100 or GEOL 1101 (GEOL 1100L or GEOL 1101L).

2

(PREREQ or COREQ CHEM 1111)

German 30 Credit Endorsement

GERM 3301
GERM 3302
German Conversation and Composition I
and German Conversation and Composition II (and their prerequisites or equivalent high school courses)
6
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Upper division electives in German 112
1

 Must be approved by Department of Languages and Literatures and College of Education

German 20 Credit Endorsement

GERM 2201
GERM 2202
Intermediate German I
and Intermediate German II (or equivalent)
8
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Approved electives in German 112
1

 Must be approved by Department of Languages and Literatures and College of Education.

Health Education Teaching 30 Credit Endorsement

Prerequisites:

Admission to Teacher Education Program

Health Education Core:

HE 2200Promoting Wellness3
HE 2221Introduction to Health Education3
HE 3340
3340L
Fitness and Wellness Programs
and Fitness and Wellness Programs Laboratory
3
HE 3342Stress and Emotional Health3
HE 4410Health Behavior Change Theory and Application3
HE 4420Health Program Planning and Implementation3
HE 4435Health Program Evaluation and Research3
Plus the following School Health Emphasis Courses:
HE 4430Curriculum and Methods in Health Education3
HE 4442Environmental Health and Health Education3
HE 4443Substance Abuse and Health Education3
HE 4445Human Sexuality and Health Education3
Total Hours33

Health Education 20 Credit Endorsement

Prerequisites:

Admission to Teacher Education Program

Required Courses:

HE 2200Promoting Wellness3
HE 2221Introduction to Health Education3
HE 3340
3340L
Fitness and Wellness Programs
and Fitness and Wellness Programs Laboratory
3
HE 3342Stress and Emotional Health3
HE 4430Curriculum and Methods in Health Education3
Plus TWO of the following three courses:6
Environmental Health and Health Education
Substance Abuse and Health Education
Human Sexuality and Health Education
Total Hours21

History 30 Credit Endorsement

Graduation Requirements

In addition to the University's General Education Requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree (a minimum of 36 credits), all history majors must take a minimum of 36 credits from the following six categories. Candidates seeking certification in history must have 9 credits in U.S. History (HIST 1118 and HIST 4418, plus an additional course). In addition, POLS 1101 partially fulfills Objective 6 and HIST 1118 fulfills Objective 7 of the General Education Requirements.

Category I: World Regions (9 credits, at least 3 of which must be in HIST 1101 or HIST 1102)

HIST 1101Foundations of Europe (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 6.)3
HIST 1102Modern Europe (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 6.)3
HIST 1120Global History Since 1500 (Satisfies General Education Objective 7.)3
HIST 2221Ancient World3
HIST 2241History of World Religions3
HIST 2251Latin American History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2252East Asian History (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2254Middle East History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2255African History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3

Category II: Research Skills (6 credits). Candidates must take both of the following courses sequentially.

HIST 2291The Historian's Craft (Satisfies General Education Objective 8.)3
HIST 4491Seminar3

Category III: Courses for Teachers

HIST 4418United States History for Teachers3
Plus ONE of the following:
Early North America
Industrialization and Reform in the United States
Modern United States

Category IV: Upper Division U.S. History: 6 credits

Choose one 3000-level course and one 4000-level course from the Category IV list of upper division History elective courses in the Bachelor of Arts in History in the Arts and Letters section of this catalog.

Category V: Upper Division World, Comparative and Non-U.S. History: 6 credits

Choose two courses from the Category V list of upper division History elective courses in the Bachelor of Arts in History in the Arts and Letters section of this catalog.

Category VI: Electives: 6 credits

Choose two courses from the Category IV, V and VI lists of upper division History elective courses in the Bachelor of Arts in History in the Arts and Letters section of this catalog.

History 20 Credit Endorsement

Category I: World Regions (6 credits, at least 3 of which must be HIST 1101 or HIST 1102)

HIST 1101Foundations of Europe (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 6.)3
HIST 1102Modern Europe (Partially satisfies General Education Objective 6.)3
HIST 1120Global History Since 1500 (Satisfies General Education Objective 7.)3
HIST 2221Ancient World3
HIST 2241History of World Religions3
HIST 2251Latin American History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2252East Asian History (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2254Middle East History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3
HIST 2255African History and Culture (Satisfies General Education Objective 9.)3

Category III: Course for Teachers

HIST 4418United States History for Teachers3

Category IV: Upper Division U.S. History: 6 credits

Choose one 3000-level course and one 4000-level course from the Category IV list of upper division History elective courses in the Bachelor of Arts in History in the Arts and Letters section of this catalog.

Category V: Upper Division World, Comparative and Non-U.S. History: 3 credits

Choose one course from the Category V list of upper division History elective courses in the Bachelor of Arts in History in the Arts and Letters section of this catalog.

Journalism 20 Credit Endorsement

ENGL 4433Methods Teaching English (highly recommended)3
CMP 1110Media Writing3
CMP 2202Photo, Graphic, and Video Editing3
CMP 2251Introduction to Photography3
CMP 3310Multiplatform Storytelling3
Approved electives selected from:
CMP 2271Television and Video Production3
CMP 3311Business and Political Reporting3
CMP 3339Web Design3
CMP 4403Mass Communication and Society3
CMP 4410Mass Media History, Law, and Ethics3

Mathematics 30 Credit Endorsement

CS 1181Computer Science and Programming I3
MATH 1170Calculus I4
MATH 1175Calculus II4
MATH 2240Linear Algebra3
MATH 2275Calculus III4
MATH 2287Foundations of Mathematics3
MATH 3326Elementary Analysis3
MATH 3343Modern Geometry I3
MATH 3352Introduction to Probability3
MATH 4407Modern Algebra I3
And ONE of the following: 3
Vector Analysis
Modern Algebra II
Modern Geometry II

Mathematics 20 Credit Endorsement

CS 1181Computer Science and Programming I3
MATH 1170Calculus I4
MATH 1175Calculus II4
MATH 2240Linear Algebra3
MATH 2275Calculus III4
MATH 2287Foundations of Mathematics3
MATH 3343Modern Geometry I3
MATH 3352Introduction to Probability3
And ONE of the following:3
Elementary Analysis
Modern Algebra I
Modern Geometry II

Music Education

See Bachelor of Music Education degree program (K-12 certification) for re­quirements.

Physics 30 Credit Endorsement

PHYS 1152
PHYS 1153
Descriptive Astronomy
and Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory
4
PHYS 2211
PHYS 2212
Engineering Physics I
and Engineering Physics II 1
8
PHYS 2213
PHYS 2214
Engineering Physics I Laboratory
and Engineering Physics II Laboratory
2
PHYS 3301Modern Physics 23
PHYS 4400Practicum in Physical Science2
PHYS 4403Advanced Modern Physics I3
GEOL 4410Science in American Society2
Approved electives in Physics8
1

Calculus is required for PHYS 2211 - PHYS 2212.

2

MATH 3360 is required for PHYS 3301

Physics 20 Credit Endorsement

PHYS 1152
PHYS 1153
Descriptive Astronomy
and Descriptive Astronomy Laboratory
4
PHYS 2211
PHYS 2212
Engineering Physics I
and Engineering Physics II 1
8
PHYS 2213
PHYS 2214
Engineering Physics I Laboratory
and Engineering Physics II Laboratory
2
PHYS 4400Practicum in Physical Science2
GEOL 4410Science in American Society2
Approved electives in Physics4
1

Two semesters of calculus are required for PHYS 2212.

Russian 20 Credit Endorsement

RUSS 2201
RUSS 2202
Intermediate Russian I
and Intermediate Russian II
8
OR equivalent
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Approved electives in Russian12
(must be approved by the Department of Languages and Literatures and the College of Education).

Social Studies 30 Credit Endorsement

Must be accompanied by a major or minor in Economics, History, or Political Science. 47-48 credits total; up to 12 of the credits may satisfy General Education Requirements.

All candidates must take the following required courses:

EDUC 3336Social Science Methods3
PSYC 1101Introduction to General Psychology3
Plus ONE of the following courses:3
Applied Techniques
Sociological Methods and Social Work Research
Social Statistics

An additional twelve (12) credits are required from THREE of the following fields, chosen from the remaining fields BEYOND the one chosen from the list above as an additional major or minor:

Economics:

ECON 2201Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
Plus six (6) additional credits from any upper-division courses in Economics as listed in the College of Business section of this catalog.6

Geography:

GEOL 1100
1100L
The Dynamic Earth
and The Dynamic Earth Lab
4
HIST 2249World Regional Geography3
Plus TWO of the following geography courses to complete the Geography field:6-7
Principles of Geographic Information Systems
Historical Geography of Idaho
GIS for Social Sciences
Cartography History and Design
and Cartography Lab

History:

Select TWO history courses from the following list:6
Foundations of Europe
Modern Europe
Latin American History and Culture
East Asian History
Middle East History and Culture
African History and Culture
Plus TWO additional history courses from the following list:6
Early North America
Industrialization and Reform in the United States
Modern United States
United States History for Teachers

Political Science:

POLS 1101Introduction to United States Government3
POLS 2221Introduction to International Relations3
Plus TWO additional political science courses from the following list:6
State and Local Government
Introduction to Political Philosophy
Comparative Politics Framework for Analysis
Recent US Foreign Policy
Political Parties and Groups
The Presidency
The Legislative Process
American Political Theory
Civil Rights and Liberties
Environmental Politics and Policy

Spanish 30 Credit Endorsement

SPAN 3301
SPAN 3302
Spanish Conversation and Composition I
and Spanish Conversation and Composition II (and their prerequisites or equivalent high school courses)
6
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Upper Division electives in Spanish12
(must be approved by the Department of Languages and Literatures and the College of Education)

Spanish 20 Credit Endorsement

SPAN 2201
SPAN 2202
Intermediate Spanish I
and Intermediate Spanish II (OR equivalent)
8
LANG 4437The Teaching of Foreign Languages3
Approved electives in Spanish12
(must be approved by the Department of Languages and Literatures and the College of Education)

Single Subject Teaching Endorsements

Art 45 Credit Endorsement

ART 1100Introduction to Art3
ART 1101
ART 1102
Survey of Art History I
and Survey of Art History II
6
ART 1103
ART 1104
Creative Process
and Creative Process
6
ART 1105Drawing I3
ART 3334Secondary Art School Methods3
Approved electives in Art24

Biological Science 45 Credit Endorsement

MATH 1160Applied Calculus3
or MATH 1153 Introduction to Statistics
BIOL 1101
1101L
Biology I
and Biology I Lab
4
BIOL 1102
1102L
Biology II
and Biology II Lab
4
BIOL 2206
BIOL 2207
Cell Biology
and Cell Biology Laboratory 1
4
BIOL 2209
2209L
General Ecology
and General Ecology Laboratory
4
BIOL 2221
2221L
Introductory Microbiology
and Introductory Microbiology Laboratory
4
BIOL 3358Genetics3
BIOL 4413Biology Teaching Methods3
BIOL 4417Organic Evolution3
BIOL 4491
BIOL 4492
Seminar
and Seminar
2
Approved electives in Biology (3-4 credits plant/botany course required) 214
1

BIOL 2206, BIOL 2207 have a prereq of CHEM 1112, CHEM 1112L, General Chemistry II, and Lab, 4 credits.

2

Approved electives are listed in the Biological Sciences section of the College of Science and Engineering.

Business Technology 45 Credit Endorsement

Select one of the following:3
Principles of Accounting I
Accounting Concepts
Basic Accounting 1
Accounting Applications 1
Payroll Procedures 1
Computerized Accounting 1
BED 3332Methods in Business Education3
BED 3341Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations I1
BED 3342Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations II1
BED 3343Leadership and Advising in Career Technical Student Organizations III1
BT 0144Business Document Processing 13
CMP 2231Introduction to Graphic Design3
ENGL 3308Business Communications3
PTE 4401Foundations of Professional Technical Education3
Select two of the following:6
Consumer Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Select 18 credits from recommended and approved courses.18
Total Hours45

Recommended and Approved Courses:

ACCT 2202Principles of Accounting II3
BA 1110The World of Business3
BED 4485Independent Study in Business Education1-3
CFS 4470Consumer Economics3
CMP 2202Photo, Graphic, and Video Editing3
CMP 2261Introduction to Advertising3
CMP 3335Typography and Layout3
COUN 1150Career and Life Planning1
ECON 1100Economic Issues3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 3301Macroeconomic Theory3
ECON 3302Microeconomic Theory3
ECON 3323Economic History3
ECON 4431Money and Banking3
FIN 1115Personal Finance3
FIN 3303Financial Concepts3
INFO 1110Web Development: Essentials3
INFO 3301Introduction to Informatics and Analytics3
INFO 3303Informatics Concepts3
INFO 4430Web Application Development3
MGT 2261Legal Environment of Organizations3
MGT 3303Management Concepts3
MGT 3312Individual and Organizational Behavior3
MGT 4462Issues in Business and Society3
PTE 4402Analysis and Course Construction3
PTE 4403Methods of Teaching in Professional Technical Education3
1

 Note that only 8 BT credits can be applied toward your degree.

Chemistry 45 Credit Endorsement

CHEM 1111
1111L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Lab
5
CHEM 1112
1112L
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Lab
4
CHEM 2211Inorganic Chemistry I3
CHEM 2232Quantitative Analysis2
CHEM 2234Quantitative Analysis Laboratory2
CHEM 3301Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 3302
CHEM 3304
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
4
CHEM 3331Instrumental Analysis2
CHEM 3334Instrumental Analysis Laboratory2
CHEM 3341Topics in Physical Chemistry I3
CHEM 3342Topics in Physical Chemistry II3
CHEM 4400Practicum in Physical Science2
Approved electives in Chemistry7

Communication 45 Credit Endorsement

CMP 2202Photo, Graphic, and Video Editing3
CMP 2205Argumentation3
CMP 2286Visual Rhetoric3
CMP 3308Groups and Communication3
CMP 4404Gender and Communication3
CMP 4487Rhetorical Theory3
THEA 1111Stagecraft3
THEA 1118Oral Interpretation of Literature3
THEA 2251Fundamentals of Acting3
THEA 3331Materials and Methods for High School Speech Arts3
Electives in 4000-level Communication and Rhetorical Studies courses9
Electives (4 credits) selected from:4
Makeup
Stage Costume Construction
Theatre Management
Stage Lighting Design

Drama 45 Credit Endorsement

CMP 2205Argumentation3
CMP 3308Groups and Communication3
THEA 1101Survey of Theatre3
THEA 1111Stagecraft3
THEA 1191Theatre Production1
AND/OR
Theatre Production
THEA 2211Drafting3
THEA 2214Makeup2
THEA 2221Stage Costume Construction3
THEA 2251Fundamentals of Acting3
THEA 2252Intermediate Acting Scene Study3
THEA 3304Theatre Management2
THEA 3311Introduction to Scene Design3
THEA 3312Stage Lighting Design3
or THEA 4403 Stage Costume Design
THEA 3331Materials and Methods for High School Speech Arts3
THEA 4455Beginning Stage Direction3
Select ONE of the following:3
Theatre Background I
Theatre Background II
Modern European Theatre
American Theatre History
Contemporary Theatre

English 45 Credit Endorsement

ENGL 2211Introduction to Literary Analysis3
ENGL 2257Survey of World Literature I Beginnings through 16th Century3
or ENGL 2258 Survey of World Literature II 17th Century to Present
ENGL 2267Survey of British Literature I Beginnings through 18th Century3
or ENGL 2268 Survey of British Literature II 19th Century to Present
ENGL 2277Survey of American Literature I Beginnings to 18603
or ENGL 2278 Survey of American Literature II 1860 to Present
ENGL 2280Grammar and Usage3
ENGL 2281Introduction to Language Studies3
ENGL 3311Literary Criticism and Theory3
ENGL 3327Special Topics in Genre3
ENGL 3356Ethnicity in Literature3
ENGL 4407Topics in Professional Writing3
ENGL 4431Teaching and Writing Projects Special Topics3
ENGL 4433Methods Teaching English 13
ENGL 4476Shakespeare3
or ENGL 4477 Shakespeare in Performance
ENGL 4487History of the English Language3
Select ONE of the following Pre-1800 Period or Major Figures Courses:3
Studies in Classical Literature
Studies in Medieval Literature
Studies in Renaissance Literature
Studies in Seventeenth Century Literature
Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature
Proseminar in a Major Literary Figure
Chaucer
Milton
1

ENGL 4433 must be completed before Student Teaching Internship.

Family and Consumer Sciences 45 Credit Endorsement

CFS 1100Child and Family Studies Professions1
CFS 2209Early Childhood Environments3
CFS 2229Textile Products3
CFS 3314Interior Design and Housing3
CFS 3332Programs in Family and Consumer Sciences3
CFS 4429Social and Psychological Aspects of Clothing3
CFS 4431Family Resource Management3
CFS 4435Relationships within Families3
CFS 4470Consumer Economics3
NTD 1104Foods3
NTD 1139Consumer Nutrition3
NTD 2204Meal Management2
PTE 4401Foundations of Professional Technical Education3
Total Hours36

Recommended Electives

CFS 4471Advanced Consumers Economics3
CFS 4472Teaching Consumer Economics1-3
CFS 4494Partnerships with Professionals3,6
ECON 2201Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2202Principles of Microeconomics3
NTD 2239Nutrition3
NTD 3312
3312L
Quantity Foods
and Quantity Foods Laboratory
4
NTD 3360Nutrition Through the Lifecycle3
NTD 4439Sports Nutrition3
PTE 4402Analysis and Course Construction3
PTE 4403Methods of Teaching in Professional Technical Education3
OLP 4405Learning Fundamentals3
OLP 4409Professional Readings and Writing in Human Resource Development3
PTE 4444Career Guidance and Special Needs Professional Technical Education3
Total Hours41-46

Geology 45 Credit Endorsement

Required Courses:

GEOL 1100
1100L
The Dynamic Earth
and The Dynamic Earth Lab
3-4
or GEOL 1101 Physical Geology
GEOL 1110Physical Geology for Scientists Laboratory 11
GEOL 2202Historical Geology3
GEOL 2210Earth in Space and Time3
GEOL 3306Environmental Geology3
GEOL 3313Earth Materials I 23
GEOL 3315Evolution of the Earth's Surface4
GEOL 4400Practicum in Geology Teaching1
GEOL 4410Science in American Society2
GEOL 4421Structural Geology4
GEOL 4431Geobiology and the History of Life4
GEOL 4452Sedimentation-Stratigraphy4
GEOL/HIST/POLS 4471Historical Geography of Idaho3
Plus electives from the following to reach a total of at least 45 credits:45
Earth Materials II
Principles of Geographic Information Systems
Volcanology
GPS Applications in Research
Remote Sensing
Global Environmental Change
Principles of Geochemistry
Planetary Geology
Principles of Hydrogeology
Field Geology
Geology of Idaho
Geology of North America
Seminar
Other geology electives may be applied as approved by advisor
1

Candidates must take GEOL 1110 even if they have taken the lab for GEOL 1100 or GEOL 1101 (GEOL 1100L or GEOL 1101L).

2

 (PREREQ or COREQ: CHEM 1111)

Health Education 45 Credit Endorsement

Prerequisites:

Admission to Teacher Education Program

Required Courses:

HE 2200Promoting Wellness3
HE 2221Introduction to Health Education3
HE 3340
3340L
Fitness and Wellness Programs
and Fitness and Wellness Programs Laboratory
3
HE 3342Stress and Emotional Health3
HE 3383Epidemiology3
HE 4410Health Behavior Change Theory and Application3
HE 4420Health Program Planning and Implementation3
HE 4430Curriculum and Methods in Health Education3
HE 4432Community and Public Health3
HE 4435Health Program Evaluation and Research3
HE 4442Environmental Health and Health Education3
HE 4443Substance Abuse and Health Education3
HE 4445Human Sexuality and Health Education3
HE 4473Healthcare Strategic Planning and Marketing3
Approved Electives3
Total Hours45

Mathematics 45 Credit Endorsement

CS 1181Computer Science and Programming I3
MATH 1170Calculus I4
MATH 1175Calculus II4
MATH 2240Linear Algebra3
MATH 2275Calculus III4
MATH 2287Foundations of Mathematics3
MATH 3326Elementary Analysis3
MATH 3343Modern Geometry I3
MATH 3352Introduction to Probability3
MATH 4407Modern Algebra I3
MATH 4408Modern Algebra II3
Approved upper-division mathematics electives including at least 3 credits at the 4000-level9

Music Education

See Bachelor of Music Education degree program (K-12 certification) for re­quirements.

Physical Education 45 Credit Endorsement

PE 2222First Aid CPR and Sport Safety3
PE 2223Foundations of Physical Education and Sport3
PE 2235Activity Performance Techniques I3
PE 2236Activity Performance Techniques II3
PE 2237Activity Performance Techniques III3
PE 2243Anatomical Foundations of Human Activity3
PE 2281Practical Outdoor Skills1
PE 3300Movement Theory and Motor Development3
PE 3303Kinesiology for Teachers and Coaches3
PE 3322Introduction to Sport Psychology3
PE 3357Methods of Teaching Elementary Physical Education3
PE 3362Tests and Measurements in Physical Education3
PE 3364Introduction to Sport Law3
PE 3370Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries3
PE 4437Methods of Teaching Secondary Physical Education3
PE 4475Organization and Administration of Physical Education3
PE 4494Adapted Physical Activity3
Aquatics (consult with advisor)1
Total Hours50

IN ADDITION: Candidate must present a current Red Cross First Aid and CPR Card to advisor at the time of graduation.

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