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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011

REQUIREMENTS FOR A SPECIAL IN EDUCATION (B.ED)

A Special in Education is made up of a minimum of 54 credits (the equivalent of eighteen 3-credit courses) in Education, including a minimum of 18 credits (six courses) in one of the following approved options: Language Arts, Curriculum, Social Studies, Testing and Measurement, Special Needs, Mathematics Education, Science Education and Educational Administration.

NB: Students who wish to declare a Minor, in addition to the Special in education, may choose from the following disciplinary areas, subject to the approval of the Dean of Humanities and Education and that of the Dean of the faculty concerned: Sociology, Political Science, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science and Information Technology. For further information (see out of fACulty minors on p. 73).

Level I

Major Requirements

  • 1.

    EDFA1024 Social Foundations of Education

  • 2.

    EDPS1001 Introduction to Human Development

  • 3.

    EDPS1005 Introduction to Educational Psychology

  • 4.

    PHIL1003 Introduction to Philosophy

Faculty Requirements

  • 5.

    FOUN1001 English for Academic Purposes

  • 6.

    Either FOUN1002 Language: Argument OR FOUN1003 Rhetoric I: The Writing Process

  • 7.

    One (1) Beginners’ Foreign Language course* OR Level I course from area of specialisation

Language Arts/Literacy Studies LITS1001 Introduction to Poetry* LITS1002 Introduction to Prose* LITS1003 Introduction to Drama LING1001 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology* LING1002 Introduction to Morphology* LING1005 Introduction to Language

Linguistics LING1001 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology* LING1002 Introduction to Morphology* LING1003 Essentials of English Grammar

Mathematics Education Check with the School of Education for courses

Science Education Check with the School of Education for courses

Social Studies ECON1001 Introduction to Microeconomics ECON1002 Introduction to Macroeconomics PSYC1003 Introduction to Psychology SOCI100 Introduction to Sociology II SOWK1000 Human Behaviour

Special Needs SOCI1000 Introduction to Sociology 2 SOCI1002 Introduction to Sociology 1 SOWK1000 Human Behaviour OR PSYC1004 Introduction to Social Psychology SOWK1001 Introduction to Social Work SOWK1002 Individuals and Families

*See foreign lAnguAge requirement on p. 28 for more details.

8-10.

Three (3) Level I courses in area of specialisation

Curriculum Check with the School of Education for courses

Education Administration MGMT1000 Fundamentals of Computers MGMT1001 Principal of Management

Testing & Measurement COMP1105 Computer Programming I ECON1000 Introductory Statistics ECON1003 Introductory Mathematics MATH1120 Calculus I MGMT1000 Fundamentals of Computers

  • *

    Compulsory

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