EDUC 493A  Seminar: Professional Relations  Credits: Var[1-3] (0-0-0)

Course Description: Collegial and professional discussions, support, and assistance.
Prerequisite: (EDUC 426 or EDUC 450) and (EDUC 485A, may be taken concurrently or EDUC 485B, may be taken concurrently or EDUC 485C, may be taken concurrently or EDCT 485) and (EDUC 460 or EDUC 474 or EDUC 463 or EDUC 464 or EDUC 465 or EDUC 466 or EDUC 475 or EDUC 476 or EDUC 477 or EDCT 425 or EDCT 431 or EDCT 441 or EDCT 451 or EDCT 465 or EDUC 462).
Registration Information: Appropriate special methods course(s).
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring.
Grade Mode: S/U Sat/Unsat Only.
Special Course Fee: No.

Major in Natural Sciences, Biology Education Concentration

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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 Sciences, Physics Education Concentration

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Freshman AUCC Credits CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) 3A 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) 3A 1 CHEM 113 General Chemistry II   3 CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II   1 CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) 1A 3 MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B 4 MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B 4 PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) 3A 5 Arts and Humanities 3B 3 Historical Perspectives 3D 3   Total Credits   31 Sophomore   AA 100 Introduction to Astronomy (GT-SC2) 3A 3 AA 101 Astronomy Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A 1 LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) 3A 4 LIFE 103 Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants   4 MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III   4 PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) 3A 5 PH 314 Introduction to Modern Physics 4A,4B 4 Advanced Writing 2 3 Arts and Humanities 3B 3   Total Credits   31 Junior   CS 150 Interactive Programming with Java   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 PH 245 Introduction to Electronics   3 PH 315 Modern Physics Laboratory 4A,4B 2 PH 361 Physical Thermodynamics 4A,4B 3 Science Electives 1   7   Total Credits   31 Senior   EDUC 450 Instruction II-Standards and Assessment   4 EDUC 460 Methods and Materials in Teaching Science   4 EDUC 485B Student Teaching: Secondary 4A,4C 11 EDUC 486E Practicum: Instruction II   1 EDUC 493A Seminar: Professional Relations 4C 1 PH 353 Optics and Waves 4A,4B 4 Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3   Total Credits   28   Program Total Credits:   121

Major in Natural Sciences, Geology Education Concentration

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Freshman AUCC Credits Select one from the following:   3 AA 100 Introduction to Astronomy (GT-SC2) 3A   NR 150 Oceanography (GT-SC2) 3A   CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) 3A 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) 3A 1 CO 150 College Composition (GT-CO2) 1A 3 Select one group from the following:   4 Group A:     GEOL 120 Exploring Earth: Physical Geology (GT-SC2) 3A   GEOL 121 Introductory Geology Laboratory (GT-SC1) 3A   Group B:     GEOL 150 Physical Geology for Scientists and Engineers 3A   GEOL 154 Historical and Analytical Geology   4 LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) 3A 4 Select one from the following:   4 MATH 155 Calculus for Biological Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B   MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B   Arts and Humanities 3B 3   Total Credits   30 Sophomore   CHEM 113 General Chemistry II   3 CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II   1 EDUC 275 Schooling in the United States (GT-SS3) 3C 3 EDUC 340 Literacy and the Learner   3 GEOL 232 Mineralogy   3 LIFE 103 Biology of Organisms-Animals and Plants   4 Select one from the following:   4 MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B   MATH 255 Calculus for Biological Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B   STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods   3 Science Elective 1   3 Advanced Writing 2 3 Historical Perspectives 3D 3   Total Credits   33 Junior   EDUC 331 Educational Technology and Assessment   2 EDUC 350 Instruction I-Individualization/Management   3 EDUC 386 Practicum-Instruction I   1 Select two Geology Elective courses from the following:   6-8 GEOL 250 The Solid Earth     GEOL 342 Paleontology     GEOL 344 Stratigraphy and Sedimentology     GEOL 364 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology     GEOL 366 Sedimentary Petrology and Geochemistry     GEOL 372 Structural Geology     GEOL 446 Environmental Geology     GEOL 452 Hydrogeology     GEOL 454 Geomorphology   4 PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) 3A 5 PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) 3A 5 Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3   Total Credits   29-31 Senior   ATS 350 Introduction to Weather and Climate   2 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 Select one Geology Elective course not taken elsewhere from the following:   3-4 GEOL 250 The Solid Earth     GEOL 342 Paleontology     GEOL 344 Stratigraphy and Sedimentology     GEOL 364 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology     GEOL 366 Sedimentary Petrology and Geochemistry     GEOL 372 Structural Geology     GEOL 446 Environmental Geology     GEOL 452 Hydrogeology     Arts and Humanities 3B 3   Total Credits   29-30   Program Total Credits:   121-124

Major in Natural Sciences, Chemistry Education Concentration

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Freshman AUCC Credits CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) 3A 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) 3A 1 CHEM 113 General Chemistry II   3 CHEM 114 General Chemistry Lab II   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 Select one group from the following:   8 Group A:     MATH 155 Calculus for Biological Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B   MATH 255 Calculus for Biological Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B   Group B:     MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) 1B   MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) 1B   Science Elective 1   3   Total Credits   31 Sophomore   CHEM 261 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry   3 Select one group from the following:   8 Group A:     CHEM 341 Modern Organic Chemistry I     CHEM 343 Modern Organic Chemistry II     CHEM 344 Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory     Group B:     CHEM 345 Organic Chemistry I     CHEM 346 Organic Chemistry II     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 Advanced Writing 2 3 Arts and Humanities 3B 3   Total Credits   30 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   CHEM 334 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory   1 CHEM 335 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry   3 CHEM 473 Foundations of Physical Chemistry   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 Science Elective 1   2 Global and Cultural Awareness 3E 3 Historical Perspectives 3D 3   Total Credits   32 Senior   BC 351 Principles of Biochemistry   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:   121

Major in Mathematics, Mathematics Education Concentration

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The Mathematics Education Concentration is designed to prepare students to teach mathematics through the high school level, including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses. The program provides the subject matter, education classes, and classroom experience required for secondary education licensure in Colorado.

Major in Applied Computing Technology, Computing Education Concentration

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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 Early Childhood Education

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(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 Music (B.M.), Music Education Concentration, Choral Option

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A minimum grade of C is required in all music courses used to satisfy the requirements of the major programs (B.A. and B.M.) in music. Music majors concentrating in music education must also complete all required education courses with a minimum grade of C.

Major in Music (B.M.), Music Education Concentration, Instrumental Option

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A minimum grade of C is required in all music courses used to satisfy the requirements of the major programs (B.A. and B.M.) in music. Music majors concentrating in music education must also complete all required education courses with a minimum grade of C.

Major in English, English Education Concentration

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The English Education concentration provides students with preparation for teaching in secondary schools. It is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in teaching language arts and offers a range of courses in language, literature, and writing. Students may receive an endorsement from the State of Colorado in English Language Arts. In addition to the common requirements for the English major, students pursuing teaching licensure take several extra courses in English, as well as education classes through the School of Education.

Major in Art (BA), Art Education Concentration

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The Art Education concentration embraces the artist-teacher concept, which allows students to develop a studio concentration while preparing to teach art at the K-12 level. The program is comprehensive, meaning students take course work to prepare them to teach at the elementary and secondary school levels. One full semester of student teaching at both the elementary and secondary levels is preceded by in-depth field work with elementary, secondary, and exceptional populations. The Art Education program enjoys good working relationships with school districts in the state of Colorado. Students integrate studio, art history, criticism, and aesthetics as they observe and teach—through a variety of experiences—in the public schools.