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Undergraduate Programs


Integrated Science Major

B.S. in Ed. degree, Provisional Elementary Certification

This major offers a balanced, interdisciplinary program of coursework in the life, physical, and earth and space sciences for students planning to teach elementary or middle school. The required courses have been selected to prepare students to teach the science content in the Michigan Curriculum Framework including strong preparation in science inquiry through laboratory and field methods experiences. Students are encouraged to work closely with an advisor throughout their program. Courses, where appropriate, may be double counted with the University Program and the degree requirements on the Bachelor of Science in Education.

Admission Requirements, Retention & Termination Standards

Students are cautioned that they must have 36 semester hours on their Integrated Science major that are not counted on any other major or minor for teacher certification. All courses must be taken for a grade, not for credit/no credit even if offered as an option. Grades in courses transferred to CMU will count in the calculation of the major GPA. A minimum 2.7 GPA (B-) must be earned in all teaching majors.

In addition to the courses listed below, each student must receive training in safe chemical use and storage and care of living things from trained personnel prior to applying for student teaching. Students should check the integrated science website for the training workshop schedule. There is no enrollment charge to the students for the training and no credit hours are earned. The training is generally offered once during the Fall semester and twice during the Spring semester. The Interdisciplinary Science Education Council oversees these training workshops.

This major is administered by the Integrated Science Education Council. The requirements are pending state approval and may change. See your advisor.

Required Courses I (19 hours) AST 111 - Astronomy 3(3-0) BIO 151 - Human Biology 3(3-0) BIO 229 - Nature Study 3(2-3) CHM 127 - Introductory Chemistry Laboratory 1(0-2) PHS 151 - Introductory Physical Science I 3(2-2) PHS 251 - Introductory Physical Science II 3(2-2)

Plus an additional 3 credit BIO course at the 200-level or higher selected in consultation with an advisor.

Required Courses II (3 hours)

Select one of the following: BIO 101 - General Biology 3(2-2) BIO 105 - Introductory Quantitative Biology 3(2-2)

Required Courses III (3 hours)

Select one of the following: GEL 100 - Introduction to Earth Systems 3(2-2) GEL 130 - Earth Processes 3(2-2)

Required Courses IV (3 hours)

Select one of the following: GEL 201 - Earth History 3(2-2) GEL 230 - Prehistoric Life 3(3-0)

Required Courses V (3-4 hours)

Select one of the following: CHM 111 - The Interaction of Chemistry and Society 3(3-0) CHM 120 - Survey of Chemistry 4(4-0)

Note: CHM 111 is recommended.

Required Courses VI (3-4 hours)

Select one of the following: GEO 105 - Physical Geography 3(2-2) GEO 201 - Weather and Climate 4(4-0)

Required Courses VII (3 hours)

Select one of the following: BIO 351 - Biological Science for Elementary Teachers 3(Spec) ESC 400 - Earth Science Education 3(2-2) PHS 351 - Physical Science for the Elementary Grades 3(2-2) PHS 452 - Physical Science for the Middle Grades 3(2-2)

Total: 37-39 semester hours

Child Development Minor

B.S. in Ed. degree, Elementary Provisional Certification or Elementary Provisional Certification with Emotional or Cognitive Impairment Endorsement

The Child Development Minor is designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of children. The growth and development of children within the preschool and elementary years is examined within the context of working with children in educational settings. Students who complete this minor may take the Michigan Early Childhood Examination. Successful completion of this examination results in the addition of the Early Childhood (ZA) Endorsement to the student’s K-8 teaching certification. The ZA Endorsement is required for employment in Michigan Public School Preschool Programs. This minor is authorized by a designated advisor in the Department of Human Environmental Studies or the Department of Teacher Education and Professional Development.

Admission Requirements, Retention & Termination Standards

  • 1.

    A minimum 2.7 GPA (B-) must be earned in all teaching minors.

  • 2.

    A minimum 2.5 GPA and completion of (or enrollment in) one of the following courses (HDF 100, EDU 280, or PSY 220) are required for authorization in this minor.

  • 3.

    HEV 402 is a departmental methods course and must be completed with a grade of C+ or better before student teaching.

Required Courses I (3 hours)

Select one of the following: EDU 280 - Education of Children 3(3-0) HDF 100 - Human Growth and Development: Lifespan 3(3-0) PSY 220 - Developmental Psychology 3(3-0)

Required Courses II (17 hours) EDU 525 - Early Childhood Education 3(3-0) HDF 302 - Human Growth and Development: Infancy 3(3-0) HDF 303 - Human Growth and Development: Early Childhood

4(3-2) HDF 307 - Human Growth and Development: Parent-Child

Relations 3(3-0) HEV 402 - Human Growth and Development: Guidance for

Young Children 4(Spec)

Other Requirements (3 hours) Diversity Courses

Select one of the following: ANT 200 - Education and Culture 3(3-0) CDO 230 - Introduction to Speech, Language, and Hearing

Disorders 3(3-0) CDO 438 - Language Disorders in Special Education Populations

3(3-0) HDF 110 - Oppression: Roots and Impact on Human

Development in the United States 3(3-0) SPE 126 - Introduction to Special Education 3(3-0) SPE 550 - Teaching Culturally Diverse Students 3(3-0)

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