Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
ED 110 Foundations of Education
3
corequisite ED 111
S
 
ED 111* Foundations of Education Practicum
1
corequisite ED 110
S
 
ED 130 Adolescent Development
3
 
S
 
ED 201 Educational Technology
3
ED 110 & ED 111, or ED 120 & ED 121, or ED 130
S
 
ED 240 Introduction to Students with Exceptionalities
3
ED 110 & ED 111, or ED 120 & ED 121, or ED 130
S
 
ED 314 English Language Learners
1
ED 120 or ED 130
S
 
ED 315 English Language Learner Practicum
1
ED 314
S
 
ED 341* Adaptations for Students with Exceptionalities
4
ED 240
S
CW
ED 419 Pre-Student Teaching Practicum 1 corequisite ED 420
S
CW
ED 420* General Secondary Methods
3
corequisite ED 419; ED 341 or permission; minimum 3.0 GPA required
S
 
ED 423 (optional) Field Trip Practicum
1
 
 
 
ED 450** Student Teaching
14
ED 420 & permission, corequisite ED 451
S
 
ED 451** Student Teaching Seminar
1
corequisite ED 450
S
 

*There are field experiences in these courses. Students should take only one of these courses per semester. Allow a two-hour block of time for scheduled field experience twice a week.
**ED 450 & 451 (Student Teaching and Seminar) may be taken only in the FALL semester of the senior year. ED 450 requires students' full-time participation and no other courses may be taken during this semester without the education advisors' approval. Students must have reliable transportation.

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EN 120 Forms of Literature
3
 
H
 
EN 122 Interpreting Pop Lit
3
 
H
 
EN 170 World Literatures
3
 
H or I
 
EN 200 History of the English Language
3
EN 110 or EN 109 or FYC
H or I
 
EN 204 English Colloquium
1
Sophomore standing and one EN course above EN 110
H
 
EN 238, 239, 250, 251, or 253 American literature course of choice
3
EN 110 or EN 109 or FYC
H
 
EN 258 or 262 British literature course of choice
3
EN 110 or EN 109 or FYC
H
 
EN* Writing course of choice
3
EN 110 or EN 109 or FYC
H, CW
 
EN 341 Shakespearean Drama
3
EN 110 or EN 109 or FYC
H
 
EN Literature course of choice
3
 
H
 
EN Literature course of choice
3
 
H
 

*Although any EN writing course would satisfy the requirement, we suggest EN 306 (Creative Nonfiction Writing), EN 311 (Pro News and Feature Writing), or EN 315 (Technical Writing) as particularly wise choices for EN/Sec Ed students.

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
CM 200 Public Speaking
3
Sophomore, junior, or senior standing
H
 
MA Math course of choice
3
 
N
 
MA Math course of choice
3
 
N
 

Suggested course sequence to complete EN and ED requirements.

For students entering on an Even-Odd Academic Year (e.g. 2018-2019)

Class Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
First Year (Even-Odd Year) ED 110 3 ED 130 3
ED 111 1 EN 122 3
EN 110 4 Math course of choice 3
EN 120 3    
Sophomore (Odd-Even Year) ED 201 3 ED 314 1
ED 240 3 ED 341 4
EN 204 1 EN 170 World Lit 3
EN literature course of choice 3 EN British literature course of choice 3
Math course of choice 3    
Junior (Even-Odd Year) EN literature course of choice 3 ED 419A or 419B 1
EN American literature course of choice 3 ED 420 3
    EN 200 3
    EN Writing course of choice 3
Senior (Odd-Even Year) ED 315 1 EN 341 3
ED 450 14    
ED 451 1    

For students entering on an Odd-Even Academic Year (e.g. 2019-2020)

Class Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
First Year (Odd-Even Year) ED 110 3 ED 130 3
ED 111 1 EN 122 3
EN 110 4 EN 170 3
EN 120 3 Math course of choice 3
Sophomore (Even-Odd Year) ED 201 3 ED 314 1
ED 240 3 ED 341 4
EN 204 1 EN British literature course of choice 3
EN American literature course of choice 3    
Math course of choice 3    
Junior (Odd-Even Year) EN literature course of choice 3 ED 419A or 419B 1
EN literature course of choice 3 ED 420 3
    EN 200 3
    EN Writing course of choice 3
Senior (Even-Odd Year) ED 315 1 EN 341 3
ED 450 14    
ED 451 1