Major in Natural Sciences, Biology Education Concentration

Freshman AUCC Credits CHEM 107 Fundamentals of Chemistry (GT-SC2) 3A 4 CHEM 108 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A 1 CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) 1A 3 LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) 3A 4 LIFE 103 Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants   4 LIFE 205 Microbial Biology   3 LIFE 206 Microbial Biology Laboratory   2 MATH 155 or 160 Calculus for Biological Scientists I (GT-MA1) Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B 4 Arts and Humanities 3B 3 Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3   Total Credits   31 Sophomore   BZ 220 Introduction to Evolution   3 BZ 350 or SOCR 330 Molecular and General Genetics Principles of Genetics   3-4 CHEM 245 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry   4 CHEM 246 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Laboratory   1 LIFE 320 Ecology   3 Select one group from the following:   10 Group A:     PH 121 General Physics I (GT-SC1) 3A   PH 122 General Physics II (GT-SC1) 3A   Group B:     PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) 3A   PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) 3A   STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods   3 Science Elective 1   3   Total Credits   30-31 Junior   Select one group from the following:   4 Group A:     AA 100 Introduction to Astronomy (GT-SC2) 3A   AA 101 Astronomy Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A   Group B:     GEOL 120 Exploring Earth: Physical Geology (GT-SC2) 3A   GEOL 121 Introductory Geology Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A   BZ 310 Cell Biology   4 BZ 311 Developmental Biology   4 EDUC 275 Schooling in the United States (GT-SS3) 3C 3 EDUC 331 Educational Technology and Assessment   2 EDUC 340 Literacy and the Learner   3 EDUC 350 Instruction I-Individualization/Management   3 EDUC 386 Practicum-Instruction I   1 Advanced Writing 2 3 Historical Perspectives 3D 3 Science Elective 1   3   Total Credits   33 Senior   BMS 300 Principles of Human Physiology   4 EDUC 450 Instruction II-Standards and Assessment   4 EDUC 460 Methods and Materials in Teaching Science   4 EDUC 485B Student Teaching: Secondary 4A,4B,4C 11 EDUC 486E Practicum: Instruction II   1 EDUC 493A Seminar: Professional Relations 4C 1 Arts and Humanities 3B 3   Total Credits   28   Program Total Credits:   122-123

Major in Natural Resources Management, internships, and cooperative education opportunities will enhance...GT-SC2) 3A LIFE 320 Ecology SOCR 240...

Major in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

...communication specialist, conservation/environmental educator, nature center coordinator...Natural Resources 4 NR 320 Natural Resources History...

Major in Applied Computing Technology, Computing Education Concentration

This teacher education program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Computing Technology with a concentration in Computing Education (K-12 technology education) with state licensure in instructional technology (computers) and provides students with a background in education, computer programming, and computer systems enabling graduates to teach computing principles and serve as computing technology experts in public schools.

Major in Social Work work practice and education. The NASW develops...GT-AH2) 3 ETST 320 Ethnicity and Film...

Major in Construction Management

...American Council for Construction Education. Construction management is...and Banking 3 ECON 320 Economics of Public...

Major in Early Childhood Education

(Effective Spring Semester 2015, the major in Early Childhood Education replaces the preparation for teacher licensure in Early Childhood Education, Birth through Grade 3. Contact the department for details.)

Major in Family and Consumer Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences Education Concentration

Family and Consumer Sciences Education directly addresses the needs of youth, families, and consumers. Helping to shape the future, teachers of family and consumer sciences impact the lives of individuals, the health of families, and the welfare of society.

Major in Political Science

...Writing in the Disciplines: Education (GT-CO3) 2...Option must take POLS 320 . Credits earned in...

Major in Economics

...variety of fields from education and research to...120B Environmental Conservation NR 320 Natural Resources History...

Major in Ethnic Studies

...occupations. Education: K-12 and adult education (e...GT-HI1) 3D ETST 320 Ethnicity and Film...

Major in Anthropology, Geography Concentration

...Behavioral Sciences I GR 320 Cultural Geography 3...Commodities IE 492 International Education Seminar Additional Humanities...

Major in Chemical and Biological Engineering

Program Educational Objectives Student Outcomes Potential Occupations Effective...and Applications 3 CBE 320 Chemical and Biological...

Major in Business Administration, Accounting Concentration CSU satisfies current educational requirements to sit...Chain Management 3 MGT 320 Contemporary Management Principles...

Major in Business Administration

...Coordinated with this general education, all business students...Chain Management 3 MGT 320 Contemporary Management Principles...

Major in Agricultural Education, Agricultural Literacy Concentration

An integral part of a complete agricultural education system is agricultural literacy. Agricultural literacy is the synthesis, instruction, and communication of basic information about agriculture to the public. Potential occupations may include assisting educators, producers, industry groups, and others to effectively incorporate information about agriculture into subjects being taught or examined in public and private forums. Agricultural literacy is education about agriculture. The agricultural literacy programming and training in this degree area will focus on a wide-range of ages (from early childhood to adult), audiences (rural, urban, ethnically diverse, etc.) and a variety of agriculture topics. Coursework includes technical agriculture and natural resources content knowledge, communications, philosophy, and human development. Students are required to complete an internship in agricultural literacy. Students graduating with a degree in Agricultural Education with a concentration in Agricultural Literacy would have to complete additional educational coursework in order to teach in public schools in Colorado.

Major in Agricultural Business

...and crop science, agricultural education, technical journalism, and...NR 120B , or NR 320 . A maximum of...

Major in Animal Science

...industry-oriented, science-based education that prepares them...RS 300 or SOCR 320 Rangeland Conservation and...

Major in Horticulture, Horticultural Therapy Concentration

...vocational, correctional, rehabilitative, wellness, educational, community-based and...Counseling Skills 3 PSY 320 Abnormal Psychology 3...

AGED 320  Technology Lab for Ag Education  Credit: 1 (0-3-0)

Course Description: Laboratory applications related to the power, structure, and technical systems pathway utilized in school-based agricultural education programs.
Prerequisite: AGED 240, may be taken concurrently or AGED 241, may be taken concurrently or AGED 244, may be taken concurrently.
Registration Information: May be taken twice for credit.
Term Offered: Spring.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: Yes.

EDUC 320  Educational Psychology  Credits: 3 (0-0-3)

Course Description: Psychological conditions of classroom learning and teaching including understanding needs of exceptional children in the classroom.
Prerequisite: None.
Registration Information: Offered as an online or correspondence course only. Sections may be offered: Online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.