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Change Undergraduate Major
Education - BA, BS, HBA, HBS

Status: Draft

Proposal

Proposal ID: 106812
Type: Change Major/Option/Minor/Certificate
Effective Term: Fall 2019
Justification: None
Comments: None

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Julie Gess-Newsome Dean of Academic Affairs Acad Prog / Student Aff
Rachael Schuetz Instructor Acad Prog / Student Aff

Contacts

No contacts

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
Susan Helback - Coordinator-Academic Program 2 / College of Education Not Contacted Yes
Richard Settersten - School Head / Public Hlth/HumanSci Adm Not Contacted Yes

Program Information

Program Title: Education - BA, BS, HBA, HBS 
College/Department or College/School: College of Education / No Department 

Program Type: Undergraduate Major 
Original Program: Education - BA, BS, HBA, HBS 
Description: Updated 

The undergraduate Education Double Degree program enables students to earn two undergraduate degrees concurrently—one in their chosen field and the second in Education (BA or BS degree). The Education Double Degree in teacher education is an undergraduate pathway to teacher preparation available to all OSU students. The BA/BS in Education can only be obtained in conjunction with a BA/BS in a student’s chosen field.

The Double Degree program has two stages. The first stage, Pre-Education, allows students to take foundational education courses and required content-specific classes without prerequisites. These classes can meet baccalaureate core requirements and elective credits. The second stage, Professional Level, consists of 38-40 credits in Elementary Education or Secondary Education (Middle/High School). The Professional Level includes pedagogy classes and student teaching. Students earn their second degree (Education BS/BA) and simultaneously earn an Oregon Preliminary Teaching License in their chosen content area.

Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to administration and licensure testing fees.

First-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors may enroll in one or more of the pre-education courses at any time during any year of their studies. There are no initial prerequisites for these courses and they may help students decide whether teaching is right for them. To enter the Professional Level of the Double Degree students need to have completed required course work, pass a content exam, and pass the exam, Protecting Student and Civil Rights in the Educational Environment. The full application information is on the College of Education website. It is strongly recommended that students meet with the College of Education Double Degree advisor early in the Pre-Education level and at least a year prior to their application to the Professional Level.

Contact the Double Degree program advisor for further information: 541-737-4661.

The undergraduate Education Double Degree program enables students to earn two undergraduate degrees concurrently—one in their chosen field and the second in Education (BA or BS degree). The Education Double Degree in teacher education is an undergraduate pathway to teacher preparation available to all OSU students. The BA/BS in Education can only be obtained in conjunction with a BA/BS in a student’s chosen field.

The Double Degree program has two stages. The first stage, Pre-Education, allows students to take foundational education courses and required content-specific classes without prerequisites. These classes can meet baccalaureate core requirements and elective credits. The second stage, Professional Level, consists of 38-40 credits in Elementary Education or Secondary Education (Middle/High School). The Professional Level includes pedagogy classes and student teaching. Students earn their second degree (Education BS/BA) and simultaneously earn an Oregon Preliminary Teaching License in their chosen content area.

Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to administration and licensure testing fees.

First-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors may enroll in one or more of the pre-education courses at any time during any year of their studies. There are no initial prerequisites for these courses and they may help students decide whether teaching is right for them. To enter the Professional Level of the Double Degree students need to have completed required course work, pass a content exam, and pass the exam, Protecting Student and Civil Rights in the Educational Environment. The full application information is on the College of Education website. It is strongly recommended that students meet with the College of Education Double Degree advisor early in the Pre-Education level and at least a year prior to their application to the Professional Level.

Contact the Double Degree program advisor for further information: 541-737-4661.

The undergraduate Education Double Degree program enables students to earn two undergraduate degrees concurrently—one concurrently—one in their chosen field and the second in Education (BA or BS degree). The Education Double Degree in teacher education is an undergraduate pathway to teacher preparation available to all OSU students. The BA/BS in Education can only be obtained in conjunction with a BA/BS in a student’s student’s chosen field.

The Double Degree program has two stages. The first stage, Pre-Education, allows students to take foundational education courses and required content-specific classes without prerequisites. These classes can meet baccalaureate core requirements and elective credits. The second stage, Professional Level, consists of 38-40 credits in Elementary Education or Secondary Education (Middle/High School). The Professional Level includes pedagogy classes and student teaching. Students earn their second degree (Education BS/BA) and simultaneously earn an Oregon Preliminary Teaching License in their chosen content area.

Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to administration and licensure testing fees.

First-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors may enroll in one or more of the pre-education courses at any time during any year of their studies. There are no initial prerequisites for these courses and they may help students decide whether teaching is right for them. To enter the Professional Level of the Double Degree students need to have completed required course work, pass a content exam, and pass the exam, Protecting Student and Civil Rights in the Educational Environment. The full application information is on the College of Education website. It is strongly recommended that students meet with the College of Education Double Degree advisor early in the Pre-Education level and at least a year prior to their application to the Professional Level.

Contact the Double Degree program advisor for further information: 541-737-4661.

Requirements: Updated 

Education (Double Degree) K–12 Classrooms Pathway

 

Level I: Pre-Education

Classes Required for Admission to Professional Level—these classes can be taken any time prior to application to Level II.

ED 216. *Purpose, Structure, and Function of Education in a Democracy (3)
ED 219. Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3)
ED 253. Learning Across the Lifespan (3)+
ED 309. Field Practicum (3) (May be waived with 60 hours supervised/documented volunteer service)
ED 472. Foundations of ESOL Education (3)
ED 479. Linguistics for Teachers (3)
Completion of First Degree

Content Specific Courses for Subject Area Teaching (Content Mastery Sheets are available on the College of Education website or in the Student Services Office in Furman Hall.)

Level II: Professional Level Admission (Cohort Year)

Application is due April 1, the spring before beginning cohort year.

Elementary Education


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (2)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 456. Strategies for Teaching Language Arts and Social Studies (3)
ED 457. Teaching Elementary Mathematics for Understanding (3)
ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3) 
ED 483. Developmental Reading (3)
SED 459. Science and the Nature of Inquiry (3)

Spring Term (Ecampus)++

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)

Secondary Education (Middle/High School) 


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (1)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 412. Learning Styles and Needs in Adolescence (2)
ED 425. Curriculum Implementation and Instructional Strategies 7–12 (4)
ED 427. Alternative Assessment for Middle and High School Teaching (2)
ED 493. Reading, Literature, and Language Development in the Content (2)
   or ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3)
ED 494. Content Standards and Curriculum Development for High School (3)
     or SED 473. Science Pedagogy and Technology I (4) 
     or SED 474. Mathematics Pedagogy and Technology I (4)

Spring Term (Ecampus)++

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)


Footnotes:

+ If you have taken HDFS 311, HDFS 313, HDFS 314 and have a 3.0 GPA or higher, you do not need to take ED 253.

++Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to licensure testing and administration fees.

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)

Pre-Education Major Code: 232

Education (Double Degree) K–12 Classrooms Pathway

 

Level I: Pre-Education

Classes Required for Admission to Professional Level—these classes can be taken any time prior to application to Level II.

ED 216. *Purpose, Structure, and Function of Education in a Democracy (3)
ED 219. Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3)
ED 253. Learning Across the Lifespan (3)+
ED 309. Field Practicum (3) (May be waived with 60 hours supervised/documented volunteer service)
ED 472. Foundations of ESOL Education (3)
ED 479. Linguistics for Teachers (3)
Completion of First Degree

Content Specific Courses for Subject Area Teaching (Content Mastery Sheets are available on the College of Education website or in the Student Services Office in Furman Hall.)

Level II: Professional Level Admission (Cohort Year)

Application is due April 1, the spring before beginning cohort year.

Elementary Education


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (2)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 456. Strategies for Teaching Language Arts and Social Studies (3)
ED 457. Teaching Elementary Mathematics for Understanding (3)
ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3) 
ED 483. Developmental Reading (3)
SED 459. Science and the Nature of Inquiry (3)

Spring Term (Ecampus)++

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)

Secondary Education (Middle/High School) 


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (1)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 412. Learning Styles and Needs in Adolescence (2)
ED 425. Curriculum Implementation and Instructional Strategies 7–12 (4)
ED 427. Alternative Assessment for Middle and High School Teaching (2)
ED 493. Reading, Literature, and Language Development in the Content (2)
   or ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3)
ED 494. Content Standards and Curriculum Development for High School (3)
     or SED 473. Science Pedagogy and Technology I (4) 
     or SED 474. Mathematics Pedagogy and Technology I (4)

Spring Term (Ecampus)++

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)


Footnotes:

+ If you have taken HDFS 311, HDFS 313, HDFS 314 and have a 3.0 GPA or higher, you do not need to take ED 253.

++Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to licensure testing and administration fees.

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)

Pre-Education Major Code: 232

Education (Double Degree) K–12 Classrooms Pathway

 

Level I: Pre-Education

Classes Required for Admission to Professional Level—these Level—these classes can be taken any time prior to application to Level II.

ED 216. *Purpose, Structure, and Function of Education in a Democracy (3)
ED 219. Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3)
ED 253. Learning Across the Lifespan (3)
ED 309. Field Practicum (3) (May be waived with 60 hours supervised/documented volunteer service)
ED 472. Foundations of ESOL Education (3)
ED 479. Linguistics for Teachers (3)
Completion of First Degree

Content Specific Courses for Subject Area Teaching (Content Mastery Sheets are available on the College of Education website or in the Student Services Office in Furman Hall.)

Level II: Professional Level Admission (Cohort Year)

Application is due April 1, the spring before beginning cohort year.

Elementary Education


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (2)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 456. Strategies for Teaching Language Arts and Social Studies (3)
ED 457. Teaching Elementary Mathematics for Understanding (3)
ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3) 
ED 483. Developmental Reading (3)
SED 459. Science and the Nature of Inquiry (3)

Spring Term (Ecampus)

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)

Secondary Education (Middle/High School) 


Fall and Winter Terms

ED 340. ^Supportive Differentiated Environments (3)
ED 407. Seminar (1)
ED 408. Workshop (2)
ED 409. Practicum/Clinical Experience (3)
ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (3)
ED 412. Learning Styles and Needs in Adolescence (2)
ED 425. Curriculum Implementation and Instructional Strategies 7–12 (4)
ED 427. Alternative Assessment for Middle and High School Teaching (2)
ED 493. Reading, Literature, and Language Development in the Content (2)
   or ED 473. Instructional Approaches for ESOL Education (3)
ED 494. Content Standards and Curriculum Development for High School (3)
     or SED 473. Science Pedagogy and Technology I (4) 
     or SED 474. Mathematics Pedagogy and Technology I (4)

Spring Term (Ecampus)

ED 410. Internship/Work Experience (10)
ED 424. Teacher as Reflective Practitioner (2)


Footnotes:

 If you have taken HDFS 311, HDFS 313, HDFS 314 and have a 3.0 GPA or higher, you do not need to take ED 253.

Note: Spring term courses are offered exclusively through Ecampus to accommodate all student teaching placements. The College of Education will apply the tuition difference to students as a stipend to apply to licensure testing and administration fees.

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
^ Writing Intensive Course (WIC)

Pre-Education Major Code: 232

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