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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Birth-Kindergarten Education, BA


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The Bachelor of Arts degree in Birth-Kindergarten Education is designed for persons who seek an entry-level “A” (the standard professional 1) license to teach pre-school through kindergarten. In order to fulfill degree requirements in this major, students must complete a minimum of 120 semester hours in the following categories:

General Education Core Requirements


Number of Credit Hours Needed for Degree: 120


Four-Year Course Distribution Plan


Birth Through Kindergarten Education (B-K) Suggested Sequence of Courses


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Semester Hours 15

Second Semester

Semester Hours 15

Junior Year


Senior Year


Total Number of Credit Hours: 122


Note:

*Courses are required only if the student does not meet requirements on the Placement Exam.

Must Pass PRAXIS I or be exempt in order to be admitted to Teacher Education Program. Note: Based on individual placement tests performance, students may be required to take PRAXIS Seminars II, III, and/or IV.

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