Nov 30, 2023  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin

FYG - Career and Technical Education - Business, Marketing & Entrepreneurship Education, BS (456C)


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Program Code: 456*/456C
CIP Code: 13.1299

Teaching

Semester One [17 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
UCO 1200 - First Year Seminar (3)        
RC 1000 - Expository Writing (3)   C   Freshman Writing
Gen Ed Science Inquiry Course (4)      
Gen Ed Liberal Studies Course (3)     Liberal Studies Course #1
Quantitative Literacy Course (4)      

 

Semester Two [17 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
Gen Ed Science Inquiry Course (4)      
CTE 1590 - Personal Money Management (3)   C   Liberal Studies #1 & Major Requirement
Gen Ed Integrative Learning Experience Course (3)     ILE Course #1
Gen Ed Liberal Studies Course (3)     Liberal Studies #2
Wellness Literacy Course (1)      

 

Semester Three [15 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
RC 2001 - Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum (3)       Sophomore Writing
CTE 1750 - An Introduction to Career and Technical Education (1)   C    
 CTE 3380 - Information Systems for Business and Education Professionals (3)   C    
 Elective     Elective #1
EDU 2000 - Introduction to Learners, Teachers, and Schools (3)    C   Required for admission into teacher education programs
EDU 2100 - Foundations of Educational Equity (3)    C   Required for admission into teacher education programs

 

Semester Four [16 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
Gen Ed Liberal Studies (3)     Liberal Studies #3
CTE 3340 - Business Communications (3) [WID]   C    
ACC 2100 - Principles of Accounting I (3)    C   (Required) can double-count toward second academic concentration (SAC) in Marketing
Wellness Literacy Course (1)      
MKT 3050 - Principles of Marketing (3)   C   (Required) can double-count toward second academic concentration (SAC) in Marketing
ECO 2030 - Principles of Microeconomics (3) [GenEd: SS]       (Required) can double-count toward second academic concentration (SAC) in Marketing. May also count as Liberal Studies #4 and Elective Hours if needed. 

 

Semester Five [17 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
CTE 4550 - Digital Network Learning Systems (3)   C    
CTE 4640 - Computer Design Applications for Business and Educational Professionals (3)   C    
EDU 3000 - Diverse Learners: Teaching and Learning (3)    C   Must be admitted into the College of Education to take
Gen Ed Integrative Learning Experience (3)     ILE Course #2
Second Academic Concentration (3) C   Marketing SAC #1
Elective (2)     Elective #1

 

Semester Six [17 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
Second Academic Concentration (3) C   Marketing SAC #2
CTE 4410 - Workforce Ventures and Innovation (3)   C    
Elective (3)      
Gen Ed Integrative Learning Experience (3)     ILE #3
CTE 4629 - Management of Career and Technical Education Programs and CTSOs (3)   C    

 

Semester Seven [16 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
CTE 4619 - Career and Technical Education Curriculum (3)   C    
CTE 4650 - Research in Career and Technical Education (3) [WID]   C    
CTE 4660 - Methods and Materials in Career and Technical Education (3)   C    
CTE 4910 - Practicum in Career and Technical Education (1)   C    
EDU 3100 - Assessment for Learning (3)    C   Must be admitted into the College of Education to take
Second Academic Concentration Course C   Marketing SAC #3

 

Semester Eight [12 Hours]


Course Subject, Title and Credit Hours Min Grade Major GPA Important Notes
EDU 4900 - Student Teaching (12) [CAP]       2.7 GPA Required

 

General Requirements Summary


Minimum Total Hours Gen Ed Hours Writing Min Major GPA Min Overall GPA
120 44 RC 1000  and RC 2001   2.0 2.7

 

General Education Program Model [44 Hours]


Program Categories Hours Important Notes- Be sure to check for Gen Ed courses required in your major
First Year Seminar 3 Can be taken first or second semester of freshman year
First Year Writing 3 Can be taken first or second semester of freshman year. Minimum grade of “C” required.
Wellness Literacy 2  
Quantitative Literacy 4 MAT 1010  or MAT 1110  count in both the major and Gen Ed
Sophomore Writing 3 Minimum grade of “C” required
Integrative Learning Experience 9 Must choose a minimum of two disciplines
Liberal Studies Experience 12 Must choose a minimum of three disciplines.
Science Inquiry  
You must also meet the Fine Arts, Literary Studies, Historical Studies, and the Social Science Designations. Those may be met within the Integrative Learning Experience and the Liberal Studies Experience.

Suggested General Education


Additional Notes


  • Refer to the Concentration POS and the General Education POS for more information and pre/co-requisites.
  • Meet Praxis I/SAT/ACT requirement by the end of the Freshman Year or early in Sophomore year.
  • Must have a 2.5 GPA before being admitted to the Reich College of Education. You will need to apply for admission to the Reich College of Education after meeting Praxis I/SAT/ACT requirements, completion of CI 2300  and FDN 2400  and 45 hours of coursework. Check your SAT/ACT scores to determine if you need to take Praxis I prior to admission to the RCOE. A minimum grade of “C” is required in each professional education course.
  • Begin the Second Academic Concentration (SAC) in MARKETING as soon as possible to avoid sequencing problems and ensure timely completion.
  • 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.

 

Contact: Dr. Jerianne Taylor (828)262-6352  Taylorjs@appstate.edu

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