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Integrative Studies

Department of Instruction and Curriculum Leadership

Integrative Studies (B.S.Ed.)

Youth Services Concentration: Program objectives for a B.S.Ed. in Integrative Studies/Youth Services are: (a) to understand how learning occurs, how students construct knowledge and acquire skills, and knows how to provided learning opportunities that support their intellectual, social, and personal development; (b) to adapt instructional techniques to youth of diverse cultural and language backgrounds and to students who have exceptional learning needs. The Integrative Studies Youth Services concentration, a non-licensure concentration, does not require admittance to the Teacher Education Program (TEP), nor does it require a 2.75 grade point average to be accepted to or remain in the concentration. It does, however, require a 2.25 grade point average, C- or better in all courses in the major, and 45 upper-division hours for graduation.

Integrative Studies/Secondary Math Concentration: : Program objectives for a B.S.Ed. in Integrative Studies /Secondary Math are: (a) to understand how learning occurs, how students construct knowledge and acquire skills, and knows how to provided learning opportunities that support their intellectual, social, and personal development; (b) preparing, through intensive clinical experiences, highly qualified math teachers grades 6-12.

A. University General Education Program (41 hours)

See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements.

NOTE: The following University General Education Program requirements are specified by the department for this major: Mathematics (3 hours): MATH 1420; Humanities/Fine Arts (9 hours) ENGL 2201 or ENGL 2202; ART 1030 or MUS 1030; CLAS 2481; PHIL 1101 or 1102; POLS 1101 or 1102; History (6 hours) HIST 2010, HIST 2020, HIST 1110, HIST 2030;  Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 hours) including POLS 1030; Natural Sciences (8 hours) BIOL 1010/1011; ESCI 1010.

B. Youth Services Major Core (8 hours): EDPR 3302; PETE 3604; ENGL 4531

C. Youth Services Concentration (56 hours):

1. Youth Services (Non-Licensure) (41 hours). SPED 2000; PSYC 1030; SOCI 1010; ICL 4001; IDT 3600; ENGL 3500, 3401; MATH 1480; 2 upper-division electives; History: Choose one course from the following courses: ANTH 3511; ANTH 4411; HIST 4831; HIST 4863; HIST 4871; SOCI 4631; SOCI 3422; SOCI 4442; Fine Arts: Select one from type not taken under general education choices: ART 1030, MUS 1030 or THEA 1030.

Professional Education (44 hours) EDPR 3402, RDNG 4240, SPED 4111, 4112, 4113, 4114, ENGL 4531, ECED 4005, RDNG 3001, EDV 4850, EDV 4950

2. Secondary Math (grades 6-12) The urpose of the Secondary Math Concentration is to prepare classroom teachers for the teaching of mathematics in grades 6-12.

Related Liberal Studies (15 hours): SPED 2000, IDT 3600, ENGL 4531, EDPR 3302, ICL 4001.

Major Core (26 hours)

MATH 1910, 1920, 2702, 3581, 4151, 4082, 4080*, 4081*

*Classes in bold require Provision TEP admission

Concentration (18 hours)

MATH 4080, 4081, ICL 4080, 4081, 4007, 4008

Professional Education (38 hours below) requires admission to TEP

PreResidency (12 hours) Requires admission to TEP: RDNG 4241, ICL 4004, 4080, 4081

Residency I Semester (14 hours) offered in Fall: ICL 3333, 4007, 4008, and 4914.

Residency II Semester (12 hours) offered in Spring: ICL 4904 and 4800.

Typical 4-Year Sequence for ITGS: Secondary (6-12) Math Licensure

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010  3 ENGL 1020 
MATH 1530 MATH 1910
POLS 1030 ESCI 1301/1401
Fine Arts US History 
Humanities SPED 2000 
 Semester Totals 15    16 

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201 or 2202 ICL 4001 
EDPR 3302 IDT 3600 3
History ESCI 1010 
COMM 2381 MATH 2702 
MATH 1920 4 MATH 4151
Semester Totals 16     16

Junior Year

MATH 3581 ICL 4080 
MATH 4080* ICL 4081 
MATH 4082 ICL 4004 
ENGL 4531 3 RDNG 4241 
BIOL 1010/1011 MATH 4081* 
Semester Totals 16    15 

Senior Year

ICL 3333 ICL 4904 
ICL 4007 ICL 4800 
ICL 4008    
ICL 4914    
 Semester Totals 14    12 

TOTAL: 120 hours

* TEP restricted-Students should be provisionally admitted to TEP by the end of the sophomore year and full admitted by the end of junior year and have a 3.0 GPA.

**Take the CORE once you have completed ENGL 1010, ENGL 1020, and MATH 1530