Introduction

The Hiram College Teacher Licensure Program is committed to preparing intellectually alive, socially responsible, ethically grounded educational leaders. Since the founding of Hiram College in 1850, students have joined this learning community to be prepared as teachers within the liberal arts tradition. This tradition prepares teachers to think well and with discipline. This tradition, grounded in the understanding that knowledge is interrelated and interdisciplinary, prepares teachers to be keen and critical observers of how the world works—seeing issues, alternatives, solutions, and aspects of life that more narrowly trained minds do not. These skills, combined with knowledge in a subject and in the art and science of teaching, are essential to the preparation of teachers who are ready to serve as educational leaders. The program’s mission, philosophy, and standards for teacher-candidates are included in the Teacher Licensure Policies and Procedures Handbook and can be found on the program website.

Because field and clinical experiences are seen as opportunities for students to acquire and apply knowledge, and as experiences that promote reflection, they are required in most education courses. These field and clinical experiences are developmentally sequenced and range from field trips with observations, to opportunities that require lesson planning, instruction, and evaluation of students. Students must complete this field work in a variety of communities, with students of different ages, and with culturally diverse and exceptional populations.

Based on licensure requirements and state metrics, the Education program reserves the right to limit the number of courses and/or credit hours students may transfer into the teacher licensure program. This includes coursework in the professional education core and the content area(s) selected.

The Teacher Education Program at Hiram College is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education to offer licensure in the following areas:

  1. P-5 License, valid for teaching children in pre-kindergarten through grade five. Students completing the coursework required for this license graduate with an elementary education (P-5) major. 
  2. Early Childhood License: Beginning with the 2021-2022 academic year, this program is no longer accepting new students. 
  3. Middle Childhood License, valid for teaching learners in grades four through nine in the curriculum areas named in the license. The middle childhood teacher education program includes preparation in areas of concentration in two of the following: reading and language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Students completing the middle childhood license graduate with an integrated middle childhood education major.
  4. Adolescence to Young Adult Licenses, valid for teaching learners in grades seven through twelve in the curriculum areas named in such license.
  • Integrated Language Arts License with a major in integrated language arts
  • Integrated Social Studies License with a major in integrated social studies
  • Life Sciences License with a major in biology
  • Life Sciences/Chemistry License with a major in science
  • Physical Sciences: Chemistry and Physics License with a major in science

Course requirements for each licensure area can be found on the program website.

A detailed description of all policies and procedures related to admission and retention in the teacher licensure program are included in the Teacher Licensure Policies and Procedures Handbook available on the program website.

Note: Licensure in the state of Ohio requires satisfactory completion of the examinations and performance-based assessments mandated by the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Higher Education. Hiram College Title II pass rates and reports on the quality of teacher education are available on the program website.

Pathways

Elementary Education (P-5)

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 25300 READING/WRITING CHILD LIT:IM (or when offered during year 1 or 2) 1 3
MATH 10300 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH I:MM 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 21500 UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE (or spring 12 in year 2) 4
MATH 10400 FUNDAMENTALS MATHEMATICS II:MM 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 29200
INTGRTD FINE ARTS/ERLY CHLD:CM
or CREATIVE DRAMATICS:CM
3
 Hours3
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 4
Hiram Core Requirement 4
Elective 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
EDUC 22900 DEV APPROP PRACT:BIRTH-10:UD 2 4
EDUC 23000 ELEMENTRY SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1 1
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
Hiram Core Requirement 3-4
 Hours12-13
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 20600 PHONICS ELEM & MIDDLE GRADES 2 3
 Hours3
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING 2 4
EDUC 34300 DIAGNOSIS INTERVENTION P9 2 3
EDUC 36450 LITERACY METHODS P5 ELEM 2,3 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 24600 ISS CONTENT 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 35550 SCIENCE METHODS P5 ELEM 2 4
EDUC 35750 MATH METHODS P-5 ELEMENTARY 2 4
EDUC 35650 SOC STUDIES METHODS P5 ELEM 2 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 36750 CONTENT TEACHING P5 ELEM 2,3 3
 Hours3
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 43250 STUDENT TEACHING:P5 ELEM 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR (or spring 12 in year 4) 2 1
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
CHEM 20400 PHYSICAL SCIENCE-W/LAB:SM 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
General Elective 4
Hiram Core Requirement 4
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
General Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
 Total Hours121-123
1

Required field Components

2

"Critical'' to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components 

Licensure exams: See Elementary Education (P-5) Major sheet for required licensure exams. 

Integrated Middle Childhood Education

Note: For Middle Childhood Licensure, the major is integrated middle childhood. Majors pick two content areas from language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. Due to the individual paths possible, this pathway only lists the Professional Education Core. Please refer to the Middle Childhood advising sheet and meet with an education advisor for a detailed plan.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
Content Area Course 4
Content Area Course 4
 Hours13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
Content Area Course 4
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
Content Area Course 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 36100 TEACHING RDG IN CONTENT AREA 2 3
Content Area Course 4
Content Area Course 4
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23400 MID CHILD SCHOOL EXP/LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
Hiram Core Requirement 4
Elective or Core Requirement 1-3
 Hours11-13
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 20600 PHONICS ELEM & MIDDLE GRADES 2 3
 Hours3
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING 2 4
EDUC 3XXXXMethods for First Area 2,3 2
EDUC 37800 GENERAL METHODS 2 2
EDUC 37900 MID GRADES PHILOSOPHY & ORGZN (or fall 12 of year 4) 2
EDUC 34300 DIAGNOSIS INTERVENTION P9 2 3
 Hours14
Fall 3 Week
Content Area Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 25400 TEACHING READING/ADOL LIT:IM 3
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
Content Area Course 4
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
Content Area Course 4
 Hours4
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 3XXXXMethods for Second Area 2,3 2
Content Area Course 4
Content Area Course 4
 Hours10
Fall 3 Week
Content Area Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 43300 STUDENT TCHG:MIDDLE CHILDHOOD 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR 2 1
Elective 1-3
 Hours12-14
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 4
 Hours4
 Total Hours121-127
1

Required field components

2

"Critical'' to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Curriculum Content

(candidates must complete two of the following areas of concentration):

Social Studies
ECON 20100PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS:MM4
EDUC 24600ISS CONTENT3
HIST 12800WORLD HISTORY 1000-1800:CA,EW4
HIST 14000US HISTORY TO 1865:CA,UD4
POLS 20500POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY:CA3
SOCI 15500INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY:CA4
Language Arts
COMM 23700MEDIA LAW & ETHICS:ES3
ENGL 10600TELLING STORIES:READING LIT:IM4
ENGL 35000AMERICAN LIT I:CA,UD4
or ENGL 35100 AMERICAN LITERATURE II:IM
ENGL 35900WORLD LITERATURE:EW,IM4
WRIT 20500STYLE/GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS:CM3
WRIT 31300TEACHING/SUPERVISING WRIT:CM4
Math
MATH 10300FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH I:MM4
MATH 10400FUNDAMENTALS MATHEMATICS II:MM4
MATH 10800STATISTICS:MM4
MATH 13200METHODS OF DECISION MAKING:MM3
MATH 19800CALCULUS I:MM4
MATH 21700DISCRETE MATHEMATICS4
Science
BIOL 15100INTRO BIOL I W/LAB: SM4
BIOL 15200INTRO BIO II W/LAB:SM4
CHEM 10100CHEM IN CONTEXT-W/LAB:SM4
CHEM 20400PHYSICAL SCIENCE-W/LAB:SM4
EDUC 21500UNDERSTANDING SCIENCE4
EDUC 21600EARTH & SPACE SCIENCE3
Select one of the following:4
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION (Recommended)
INTRO TO SOCIO-ENV STUDIES:ES

Note: Transition Points must be met in order to be admitted to Methods in year 3 or 4.

Licensure exams: See Middle Childhood Major sheet for required licensure exams. 

Integrated Language Arts

Note: For Integrated Language Arts Licensure, the major is integrated language arts. Please refer to the Integrated Language Arts advising sheet and meet with an education advisor for a detailed plan.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
ENGL 10600 TELLING STORIES:READING LIT:IM 4
Hiram Core Requirement 4
 Hours13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
ENGL 35000
AMERICAN LIT I:CA,UD
or AMERICAN LITERATURE II:IM
4
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 4
WRIT 31300 TEACHING/SUPERVISING WRIT:CM 4
ENGL xxxxx Program approved ENGL elective 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
COMM 23700 MEDIA LAW & ETHICS:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23500 ADOLESCENT SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
ENGL 35100 AMERICAN LITERATURE II:IM (in even years) 4
Elective 1-3
 Hours11-13
Spring 3 Week
Select one of the following Performing Arts electives: 3
FUNDAMNTL PRNCPLS OF ACTING:CM
SHAKESPEARE IN PERFORMANCE:CM
SHAKESPEARE:IM
 Hours3
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (or fall 12 of year 4) 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING (or fall 12 of year 4) 2 4
EDUC 38500 METHODS ADOLESCENT LANG ARTS (or fall 12 of year 4) 2,3 2
EDUC 37200 LITERACY ACROSS CONTENT AREA (or fall 12 of year 4) 2 3
EDUC 37800 GENERAL METHODS 2 2
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
WRIT 22100 BASICS OF CREATIVE WRITING:CM 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
EDUC 25400 TEACHING READING/ADOL LIT:IM 3
Select one of the following British Literature electives: 4
MEDIEVAL LITERATURE:IM,CA
RENAISSANCE LITERATURE:CA,IM
18TH CENTURY BRIT LIT:CA,IM
19TH CENTURY BRIT LIT:CA,IM
20TH CENTURY BRIT LIT:CA,IM
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
WRIT 20500 STYLE/GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS:CM 3
 Hours3
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
ENGL 35900 WORLD LITERATURE:EW,IM 4
Elective 4
Elective 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 43800 STUDENT TEACHG:ADOL/YOUNG ADLT 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR 2 1
Elective 1-3
 Hours12-14
Spring 3 Week
Elective 3
 Hours3
 Total Hours119-124
1

Required field components

2

"Critical'' to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Note: Transition Points must be met in order to be admitted to Methods in year 3 or 4.

Licensure exams: See Integrated Language Arts Major sheet for required licensure exams. 

Integrated Social Studies

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
Hiram Core Requirement 4
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
ISS Content Course 4
ISS Content Course 4
Hiram Core Requirement 3
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23500 ADOLESCENT SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES (or spring 12 in year 3) 2 1
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours10
Spring 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (or fall 12 in year 4) 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING (or fall 12 in year 4) 2 4
EDUC 37200 LITERACY ACROSS CONTENT AREA (or fall 12 in year 4) 2 3
EDUC 37800 GENERAL METHODS 2 2
EDUC 40400 INTEGRATED SOC STUDIES SEMINAR (or fall 12 in year 4) 2,3 2
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
ISS Content Course 4
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
ISS Content Course 3
 Hours3
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 43800 STUDENT TEACHG:ADOL/YOUNG ADLT (or spring 12 in year 4) 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR (or spring 12 in year 4) 2 1
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
ISS Content Course 4
Hiram Core Requirement 4
Hiram Core Requirement or Elective 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
ISS Content Course 4
 Hours4
 Total Hours121-122
1

Required field components

2

"Critical'' to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Licensure exams: See Integrated Social Studies - Adolescent Young Adult (7-12) sheet for required licensure exams. These exams are required for the license, but not for the major. 

Life Sciences (Grades 7-12)

Note: Life Sciences Licensure students earn a major in biology. Please refer to the biology major pathway for scheduling those courses and meet with advisors in both biology and education. 

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
Content Course 3-4
Core Requirement 4
 Hours12-13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
Content Course 3-4
 Hours10-11
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
Content Course 4
Content Course 4
Hiram Core Requirement 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Content Course 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23500 ADOLESCENT SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
Content Course 3-4
 Hours9-10
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 3-4
 Hours3-4
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING 2 4
EDUC 37200 LITERACY ACROSS CONTENT AREA 2 3
EDUC 37800 GENERAL METHODS 2 2
EDUC 38400 METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE 2,3 2
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Content Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
Content Course 3-4
Content Course 3-4
Elective or Core if needed 3-4
 Hours13-16
Spring 3 Week
Content Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring
Verify on track for 120 minimum credits to graduate. May need summer or additional course work to have 120 credits. 5-0
 Hours5-0
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 43800 STUDENT TEACHG:ADOL/YOUNG ADLT 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR 2 1
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
Content Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
Content Course 3-4
Content Course 3-4
Elective 3-4
 Hours9-12
Spring 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
 Total Hours119-128
1

Required field components

2

"Critical" to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Licensure exams: See Life Sciences major sheet for required licensure exams.

Life Sciences/Chemistry (Grades 7-12)

Note: Life Sciences/Chemistry Licensure students earn a major in science. Please meet with advisors in both chemistry or biology and education.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
BIOL 15100 INTRO BIOL I W/LAB: SM 2 4
CHEM 12000 GEN I:STRUCTURE/BOND-W/LAB:SM 2 4
 Hours13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
BIOL 15200 INTRO BIO II W/LAB:SM 2 4
CHEM 12100 GEN II:INTR CHEM ANLS-W/LAB:SM 1 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
MATH 19800 CALCULUS I:MM 2 4
PHYS 21300 FUNMNTLS OF PHYSICS-W/LAB I:SM 2 4
CHEM 22000 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEM-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23500 ADOLESCENT SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
MATH 19900 CALCULUS II:MM 4
Hiram Core Requirement (if possible) 3-4
 Hours13-14
Spring 3 Week
CHEM 24000 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours4
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
BIOL 13100
ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I:W/LAB 2
or ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY-W/LAB
4
EDUC 37200 LITERACY ACROSS CONTENT AREA 2 3
BCHM 36600 BASIC BIOCHEMISTRY-W/LAB 2 4
BIOL 27800 ECOLOGY-W/LAB:SM 4
 Hours15
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
BIOL 36500 GENETICS-W/LAB 2 4
CHEM 32000 INTERMED ORGANIC CHEM-W/LAB 4
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
 Hours4
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING 2 4
EDUC 38400 METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE 2,3 2
BIOL 23000 MOLECULAR&CELLULAR BIOL-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 43800 STUDENT TEACHG:ADOL/YOUNG ADLT 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR 2 1
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
 Total Hours125-129
1

Required field components

2

"Critical" to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Licensure exams: See Life Sciences/Chemistry Major sheet for required licensure exams.  

Physical Sciences: Chemistry and Physics (Grades 7-12)

Note: Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) Licensure students earn a major in science. Please meet with advisors in both chemistry or physics and education.

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
EDUC 10200 TEACHER LICENS POLICIES/PROCED 1
CHEM 12000 GEN I:STRUCTURE/BOND-W/LAB:SM 2 4
Core Requirement 3-4
 Hours12-13
Fall 3 Week
EDUC 12000 PERSONAL COMM HEALTH P12:ES 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
CHEM 12100 GEN II:INTR CHEM ANLS-W/LAB:SM 2 4
Core Requirement 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
EDUC 15000 EDUC CULTURE & SOCIETY:CA,UD 4
 Hours4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
MATH 19800 CALCULUS I:MM 2 4
PHYS 21300 FUNMNTLS OF PHYSICS-W/LAB I:SM 2 4
CHEM 22000 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEM-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 23100 HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP/LRNG:UD 2 4
EDUC 23500 ADOLESCENT SCHOOL EXP AND LAB 1,2 1
EDUC 24500 INTEGRAT TECH EDUC SPACES 2 1
MATH 19900 CALCULUS II:MM 2 4
 Hours10
Spring 3 Week
CHEM 24000 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours4
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
MATH 20000 CALCULUS III:MM 2 4
EDUC 37200 LITERACY ACROSS CONTENT AREA 2 3
CHEM 35000 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours11
Fall 3 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
 Hours4
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 32400 EXCEPTIONALITY:UD 3
PHYS 21400 FUNMNTL OF PHYSICS-W/LAB II:SM 2 4
CHEM 32000 INTERMED ORGANIC CHEM-W/LAB 4
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
PHYS 20200 INTRO TO ASTRONOMY-W/LAB:SM 4
 Hours4
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
EDUC 34000 CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT 2 1
EDUC 34200 ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING 2 4
EDUC 38400 METHODS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE 2,3 2
EDUC 37800 GENERAL METHODS 2 2
PHYS 32000 FUNMNTLS OF MRDN PHYSICS-W/LAB 2 4
 Hours13
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
EDUC 43800 STUDENT TEACHG:ADOL/YOUNG ADLT 2,3 10
EDUC 44600 STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR 2 1
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
Elective 3-4
 Hours3-4
 Total Hours120-123
1

Required field components

2

"Critical" to timely degree progression

3

Required clinical components

Licensure exams: See Physical Sciences (Chemistry/Physics) Major sheet for required licensure exams.