B.S.E. English Education Plan III

2011-2012     2012-2013     2013-2014     2014-2015     2015-2016     2016-2017

     General Education Requirements [42]
English 1301, 1302, and three hours sophomore literature [9]
         Speech 1311 [3]
         History 1301 and 1302 [6]
         Social Science- POSC 2303 [3]
         Science (must be a lab science) [4]
         Mathematics 1342 [3]
         Fine Arts (three hours from music, theatre, fine arts, or equivalent [3]
          Physical Activity- KINE 1238 [2]
          Religion 1320 and 1330 [6]
          Psychology 3331 [3]
     Professional Development (See Professional Development Requirements in the Teacher Education
     section of the Academic catalog.) [24]
     Major area of study (see below) [30]
     Minor (see below) [18-29]
          Plan II requires a minor (second teaching field) selected from those specified in the Department
          of Teacher Education section [24-29]
          Plan III requires a minor from any available non-teacher education minor [18]
     Electives (to total 122 hours)
          Total: Minimum one hundred twenty-two (122) semester hours

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English Major (Teaching Field) for Secondary Level Certification, Plan II or Plan III, on the B.S.E.

Completion of thirty (30) semester hours:
     Core requirements:
     ENGL 2341 Forms of Literature
     ENGL 3302 Advanced Composition and Rhetoric
     ENGL 3303 Modern English Grammar
     ENGL 3305 Critical Theory
     ENGL 3306 English in the Secondary School
     COMM 1307 Introduction to Mass Communication
     Twelve (12) hours of upper-division courses from the following, which must included one American
      Literature course:
     ENGL 3307 Creative Writing
     ENGL 3309 Advanced Technical Communication
     ENGL 4301 20th Century British and European Literature
     ENGL 4304 Shakespeare
     ENGL 4306 American Modernism and Postmodernism
     ENGL 4311 American Realism and Naturalism
     ENGL 4312 American Renaissance
     ENGL 4313 Ancient World Literature
     ENGL 4314 Bible as Literature
     ENGL 4315 Long 19th Century
     ENGL 4216 Medieval and Renaissance Literature
     ENGL 4351 Studies in Writing
     THEA 3302 Christianity and Theatre