Nov 11, 2019  
2012-2013 Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Middle-Level Education (Levels 4-9), B.A. in Education


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Middle Level Education Major (Levels 4-9)

This baccalaureate degree program is designed to provide focused preparation for students planning to teach at the middle school (4-9) grade levels. Students complete the General University Course Requirements (GUCR’s), professional education core courses, specialty methods courses, selected concentration and required supporting courses.

Upon satisfactory completion of all requirements for a B.A. in Education degree and all state certification requirements, including successful completion the WEST-E in their concentration/endorsement area of study, and Teacher Performance Assessment, Heritage University recommends the student to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for the Washington State Residency Teacher Certificate.  The certificate will include the endorsement earned at that time by the student.  Candidates must pass the specifically required WEST-E before any endorsement will be recommended.

A minimum of 126 credits, including 48 upper-division credits (300-level and above), is required for graduation.

1. General University Course Requirements: 43-45 credits


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4. Concentration/Endorsement (choose one)


Middle-Level Humanities, Middle-Level Math, or Middle-Level Science

5. Specialty Methods Courses


Concentration/Endorsements


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Candidate must pass the specifically required WEST-E before any endorsement will be recommended.

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Candidates seeking a math endorsement are required to enroll in PHIL 210H  (Honors). Candidate must pass the specifically required WEST-E before any endorsement will be recommended.

Electives (Upper Division): 3 credits


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PHYS 101 is recommended.

Math Requirements


Note:


Candidate must pass the specifically required WEST-E before any endorsement will be recommended.

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