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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
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Adolescence Education: English, B.S. - 4-Year Degree Map

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First Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
LITR 150 - Introduction to Literary Studies   3   MCOM 151 - Understanding Media   3
COMP 100 - Composition   3   COMM 100 - Introduction to Communication   3
Foreign Language I 3   *EDUC 106 - Issues, Philosophy, and Foundations of Education   3
Elective 3   Foreign Language II 3
Gen Ed Math Elective 3   Liberal Arts Elective 3

Second Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
*EPSY 250 - Adolescent Growth and Development   3   EPSY 275 - Psychological Foundations of Education: Learning and Motivation   3
ELIT 270 - Shakespeare   3   LING 201  OR LING 320  OR LING 322   3
1800 to Present Elective  3   Identity & Difference Elective  3
COMP 290 - Writing About Literature   3   Beginnings to Medieval Elective  3
Elective 3   Gen Ed Elective 3

Third Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
EDUC 201 - Diversity and Teaching   3   COMP 203 - Advanced Composition   3
EDUC 246 - Development of Language and Adolescent Literacies   3   EDUC 213 - Education Law Requirements   1
ENED 336 - Literature for the Young Adult   3   EDUC 254 - Integrating Technology into the Curriculum: Middle and High School   3
LITR 250 - Critical Approaches to Literature   3   EDUC 346 - Teaching Reading in Content Areas   3
Renaissance to 1800 Elective  3   EPSY 229 - Survey of Exceptional Children   3
      300-Level English Elective 3

Fourth Year

Fall Credit   Spring Credit
ENED 392 - Research, Theory and Practice in Middle and High School English Education   4   ENED 396 - Student Teaching in Secondary English   6
LING 210  OR LING 215   3   ENED 396 - Student Teaching in Secondary English   6
300-Level Elective 3   ENED 398 - Seminar in Middle and High School English Education   3
One Additional Period Course 3      
Elective 1      

Elective Key and Math Course Guidance

Gen Ed Elective: a course carrying one or more Gen Ed area attribute(s): Basic Communication (BC3), Mathematics (M3), American History (AM3), World Civilizations (OW3), Foreign Language (FL3), Social Sciences (SS3), Humanities (H3), The Arts (A3), Natural Sciences (NS3), Western Civilization (WC3). Elective courses and major courses carrying Gen Ed attributes apply toward SUNY Oneonta’s Gen Ed requirements .

OCS Elective: any course that carries an Oral Communication Skills (OCS) attribute. This is a degree requirement  for students matriculating in or after Fall 2020.

Liberal Arts Elective: any course that carries a Liberal Arts (LA) attribute. SUNY Oneonta’s minimum LA requirements  vary by degree award.

Upper Division Elective: any elective course at the 200- or 300-level. All courses (required and elective) at this level apply toward SUNY Oneonta’s upper division requirement .

Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective: any course at the 200- or 300-level carrying an LA attribute.

Elective: any course outside the major. Electives apply toward the total credits required by a degree program. Electives may also be needed to satisfy other degree requirements , including the minimum number of credits outside the department of the major.

Math Course Guidance

SUNY Oneonta recognizes that students enter college with different math backgrounds. For guidance on the math course(s) most suited to your preparation and program of study, visit the College’s Math Pathways site.

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