Curriculum


Associate of Arts in the Liberal Arts, Middle Level Education: Mathematics Focus


Course Number Course Title Credits
SEMESTER  I
ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic English 4
INST 150 Introduction to Faith, Reason and Justice 3
CSCI 110 Computer Literacy 3
COMM 120 Public Speaking 3
MATH 103 Mathematical Ideas* 3
SEMESTER  II
ENGL 102 College Writing and Language Practicum 4
SPAN 101A Elementary Spanish I* 3
BIBL 100 The Biblical World in Contemporary Context 4
MATH 150 Pre-Calculus 3
MATH 160 Calculus I 3
SEMESTER  III
INST 270 Justice in a Pluralistic Society 3
ENGL 220 Studies in the Novel and Short Fiction and Language Practicum 3
PHYS 101 Introduction to Physics I 4
MATH 161 Calculus II 3
MATH 220 Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences 4
SEMESTER  IV
INST 161 Heritage of Western Thought and Civilization Elective 3
PHYS 205 Physical Science for Educators 3
EDUC 200 Foundations of Modern Education 3
EDUC 201 Introduction to Special Education 3
EDUC 209 Early Adolescent Development 3

* Students may substitute more advanced courses if able to meet specific course prerequisites.

To learn more about these courses, read the Course Descriptions.




Associate of Arts in the Liberal Arts in Middle Level Education: Science Focus


Course Number Course Title Credits
SEMESTER  I
ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic English 4
INST 150 Introduction to Faith, Reason and Justice 3
CSCI 110 Computer Literacy 3
COMM 120 Public Speaking 3
MATH 103 Mathematical Ideas* 3
SEMESTER  II
ENGL 102 College Writing and Language Practicum 4
SPAN 101A Elementary Spanish I* 3
BIBL 100 The Biblical World in Contemporary Context 3
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 3
CHEM 123 General Chemistry I Laboratory 1
BIOL 151 General Biology I 4
SEMESTER  III
INST 270 Justice in a Pluralistic Society 3
ENG 220 Studies in the Novel and Short Fiction and Language Practicum 3
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II 3
CHEM 124 General Chemistry II Lab 1
BIOL 152 General Biology II with Lab 4
MATH 220 Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences 3
SEMESTER  IV
INST 161 Heritage of Western Thought and Civilization 3
PHYS 205 Physical Science for Educators 3
EDUC 200 Foundations of Modern Education 3
EDUC 201 Introduction to Special Education 3
EDUC 209 Early Adolescent Development 3

* Students may substitute more advanced courses if able to meet specific course prerequisites.

To learn more about these courses, read the Course Descriptions.