UT COURSE SCHEDULE, Summer '96 Course Offerings

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Manuel J. Justiz, Dean
Alba A. Ortiz, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
and Research
Michael P. Thomas, Associate Dean for Administration
Marilyn C. Kameen, Associate Dean for Teacher Education
and Student Affairs
Student Services Division: SZB 216, D5000, 471-3223

Prospective secondary teachers must earn degrees from colleges that offer a program of study in their primary teaching field or major. Questions concerning teacher certification that cannot be answered by these colleges should be directed to a certification adviser in SZB 216.

Secondary certification students must meet the following requirements for enrollment in the professional development sequence: a passing score on each part of the Texas Academic Skills Program (TASP) examination, unless exempt on the basis of SAT, ACT, or TAAS scores; a University grade point average of at least 2.5; completion of seventy-two semester hours of coursework, including six hours of required coursework in applied learning and development and at least six hours in each certification field; submission of a formal application by the established deadline; and approval by an admissions committee. The initial courses in the sequence are EDC 331C (topic 2) and 332S; these courses must be taken concurrently. The remaining professional development courses, EDC 364, 667S, and 370S, are also taken concurrently. Students working toward certification in a single thirty-six-semester-hour teaching field may take a section of EDC 364 that involves an internship in an expanded area of the first teaching field or EDC 371 (Topic 14, Young Adult Literature) or 671B (Secondary School Reading in the Content Subjects) or EDP 362T or a three-semester-hour upper-division education course approved by the associate dean's office, SZB 216.

Elementary certification students must meet the following requirements for enrollment in the professional development sequence: a passing score on each part of the TASP examination, unless exempt on the basis of SAT, ACT, or TAAS scores; a University grade point average of at least 2.5; completion of seventy-two semester hours of coursework including M 316K, 316L, KIN 314, and nine semester hours of required coursework in applied learning and development; submission of a formal application by the established deadline; and approval by an admissions committee. Additional information is available from the associate dean's office, SZB 216.


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