Jul 11, 2020
Program Code: 470*/470B (Language Arts), 470*/470D (Science)
CIP Code: 13.1203
General Education Requirements (44 Hours)
Twenty-three hours may be double counted with General Education.
Six hours may be double counted between the major and the concentration.
Professional Education Requirements (24 Hours)
All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0).
Core Academic Skills for Educators(CASE):
- CASE Reading *
- CASE Writing *
- CASE Mathematics *
- Middle school English Language Arts
- Middle School Science
Major Requirements (73 Hours)
(-23 Gen Ed)
Middle Grades Academic Concentrations
Language Arts, Science. All courses within the concentrations must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0).
- Language Arts Concentration
- Science Concentration
The Following Courses Must Be Taken Using the Cohort Model
The following courses must be taken using the cohort model. Please note that all cohort internships and student teaching can be done only in schools that have been identified by ASU as professional development schools.
Second Semester Junior year. Please note that this block is offered only during the spring term.
First Semester Senior Year. Please note that this block is offered only in the fall term.
# Cannot be taken before being admitted to Teacher Education
* Should be taken before junior year (Pre-requisite to enter Teacher Education)
+ Must have a minimum grade of “C” (2.0).
** Must be taken before student teaching
@ May double count with Gen Ed
^ Course meets requirements for Major and Academic Concentration
Second Academic Concentration
Second academic concentration requirements are met upon successful completion of the two middle grades content concentrations.
Electives (0-8 Hours)
Taken to total 120 hours
Total Required (120 Hours)
Language Arts Concentration (24 Hours)
Science Concentration (25 Hours)
Science Inquiry Perspective
The Science Inquiry Perspective requires 8 semester hours from one theme (underlined). Courses in themes marked with an * must be taken sequentially. Check the course descriptions for any pre and corequisites.
Eight semester hours ( 8 Hours) from one of the General Education Science Inquiry themes listed below:
Chemistry Connections to Our Changing World*
The Physics of Our Technological World*
Physics of Self Expression
Restless Planet: Earth, Environment and Evolution
Two four hour (4 Hours) science courses from the remaining three sciences for a total of 8 hours, and one three hour (3 Hours) science course from the final science area. The total additional science hours must equal at least 11 semester hours.
For the three hour course, you might alternatively take one of the following:
Courses not listed may be taken with permission from your advisor.
A student must have at least a 2.70 grade-point average to be admitted to the teacher education program and must maintain a 2.70 grade-point average overall through student teaching.
Dr. Laurie Ramirez, Program Director