BSE Scheduling Tips

Check in with your Education Co-Adviser

List of Coadvisers

  • Dr. Timothy Mahoney - Stayer 425 (871-7202) for English Majors

Blue Sheet & Forms

English Ed "Blue Sheet" for majors
BSE-related forms

Semester 1

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

UNIV 103 UNIV 103
ENGLISH 110 ENGLISH 110
ENGL 220 ENGL 220
Wellness or COMM 100 Wellness or COMM 100
ENG 233 OR 235 ENGL 231 OR ENG 233 OR 235

Semester 2

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

ENGL 237 ENGL 237
ENGL 232 OR 241H ENGL 232 OR 234 OR 236***
COMM 100 or Wellness Comm 100 or Wellness
G3 G3
G1 Course ENGL 240 or ENGL 481

**take PAPA tests
**get clearances to be able to register for next semester

*** one of your surveys must be a World Lit, so if you didn't take it earlier, take it now

Semester 3: Take a G3 course during Winter/Summer

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

EDFN 211: Foundations of Modern Education (this is your D course) EDFN 211: Foundations of Modern Education (this is your D course)
EDFN 241: Psychological Foundations of Teaching EDFN 241: Psychological Foundations of Teaching
MATH 100 MATH 100 (Foundations Math)
G1 course ENGL 242: Reading Our World
ENGL Elective-- OR--ENGL 240: Intro to Film or
ENGL 481 History of Film  (Media)
G1

Consider taking a G3 course in this semester or winter/summer, 200-level or above (as your last semester is 12 hours)

Semester 4

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

Math 130 Math 130 (G2 math)
G1 ENGL 336: New Dimensions of World Literatures
G3 course or English Elective ENGL Elective (align with option if desired)
G2 Natural Science course with lab G2 Natural Science course with lab

400 level Genre course, 400-level American,

or 400-level pre-1800

400-level American

Before Semester 6 Registration: Apply For Advanced Professional Studies (APS)

Please review the APS policy for more information.

English majors can apply with 48 credits, both of their math courses passed, their Foundations courses (EDFN211/241), & a Favorable Faculty Recommendation.  Why wait?

Then apply for APS.

Semester 5

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

ENGL 321 Transgram ENGL 321 Transgram
ENGL 486 ENGL 486
ENGL 311 ENGL 311
400-level Genre course, 400-level American,
400-level pre-1800, or ENGL 405
ENGL 405
ENGL P course ENGL P course
(align with option if desired)

Semester 6

Fall 2015 and Before

Spring 2016 and Beyond

ENGL 487 ENGL 487
ENGL Genre course, ENGL 405 or 400-level American G3
ENGL Elective (align with option if desired) ENGL 400-level Elective (align with option if desired)
ENGL Elective (align with option if desired) ENGL Elective (align with option if desired)
G2 Natural Science G2 Natural Science

Semester 7: Professional Development School

 

Fall 2015 and Before AND Spring 2016 and Beyond

Criteria for Admission

ENGL 488 Teaching of English in the Secondary School

EDSE 321 Issues in Secondary Education /  SPED 346 Secondary Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Setting

EDFN 330 Instructional Technnology Design/ EDSE 340 Content Area Literacy for Diverse Classrooms

Semester 8: Professional Development School

Fall 2015 and Before AND Spring 2016 and Beyond

**12 hour semester for Student Teaching

EDSE 461

EDSE 471