2003-2004
UNDERGRADUATE RECORD
Curry School of Education
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General Electives

Sample Programs

The following sample programs are provided to facilitate academic planning. These are suggested sequences that reflect a solid arrangement of courses leading to the fulfillment of all degree requirements. The sample programs should not be perceived as a rigid set of requirements but, rather, as a guide for academic planning. The advisor's permission is required for any official academic registrations, including add/drops.

Sample Program for Teacher Education
Teacher Education programs have been revised to meet new state licensure regulations. Consult the Teacher Education Web site at http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/curry/TeacherEd or the Office of Teacher Education.

Sample B.S.Ed. Program For Communication Disorders (120 Credits)

Year One
Fall Semester
ENWR 110 or equivalent 3
BIOL 201 Introduction to Biology 3
MATH 111 (or above)
American History
3
3
PSYC 101 General Psychology
Physical Education activity
3
1
    16
Spring Semester
  English Literature
Social Science elective
Humanities elective
3
3
3
BIOL 202 Introduction to Biology
Statistics
3
3
    15

Year Two
Fall Semester
  Humanities elective
Social Science electives
3
6
EDLF 315
PSYC 250
Child Development OR
Child Psychology
Elective(2)
 
3
3
    15
Spring Semester
PHYS 106 How Things Work 3
EDLF 316 Intro. to Ed. Psych. 3
EDHS 450 Contemporary Health Issues
Electives(2)
3
6
    15

Entry into Communication Disorders Professional Program.(1)

Year Three
Fall Semester
EDHS 501 Clinical Phonetics 3
EDHS 505 Anatomy and Phys. of Speech and Hearing Mechanisms  
3
PSYC 411
ANTH 341
ANTH 240
Psycholinguistics OR
SociolinguisticsOR
Language and Culture
Electives(2)
 
 
3
6
    15
Spring Semester
EDIS 302 Exceptional Learner 3
EDHS 502 Speech and Hearing Science 3
EDIS 504 Assessment Techniques 3
EDIS 512
EDIS 513
Mental Retardation OR
Severe Disabilities
Electives(2)
 
3
3
    15

Year Four
Fall Semester
EDHS 504 Clinical Process 2
EDHS 508 Intro. to Audiology 3
EDIS 510
EDIS 511
Emotional Disturbances OR
Learning Disabilities
 
3
EDLF 545 Instructional Computing
Elective(2)
3
3
    14
Spring Semester
EDHS 515 Intro. to American Sign Language I 3
EDIS 521 Intro. to Language Devel.
ElectivesS(2)
3
10
    16

(1) 40 credits in the CDIS professional training area are required. 120 credits are required for graduation with B.S.Ed. degree.

(2) Suggested elective courses for interdisciplinary education:

EDHS 518 American Sign Language II
EDHS 533 Communication Skills: IPR
EDHS 542 Motor Learning
LING 325 Introduction to Linguistic Theory and Analysis
PHYS 121 Science of Sound
PHYS 201 Principles of Physics
PSYC 215 Introduction to Cognition
PSYC 250 Intro. to Child Psychology
PSYC 311 Psychology of Language
PSYC 346 Psychology Study of Children, Families, and the Law
PSYC 352 Adolescence: Theory and Development
PSYC 353 Development in Infancy

Sample B.S.Ed. Program in Sports Medicine (120 Credits)
(Pre-Physical Therapy or Athletic Training)

Year One
Fall Semester
ENWR 110 Composition 3
PSYC 101 General Psychology 3
MATH 111 (or above) 3
CHEM 141
CHEM 121
Intro. College Chem. OR
Concepts of Chemistry
 
3
CHEM 141L Intro. College Chem. Lab 2
PHYE
EDHS
OR
Physical Education activity
 
1
    15
Spring Semester
ENLT 248 Contemporary Literature
Social Science or Humanities
3
3
SOC 101 Intro. to Sociology 3
PHYE 106 Weight Training 1
CHEM 142
CHEM 122
Intro. College Chem. OR
Contemporary Chemistry
 
3
CHEM 142L Intro. College Chem. Lab 2
    15

Year Two
Fall Semester
EDHS 450 Contemp. Health Issues
Social Science elective
3
3
PHYE
EDHS
OR
Physical Education activity
 
1
BIOL 201 Introduction to Biology 3
BIOL 203 Intro. to Biology Lab
Humanities or Social Science elective
2
 
3
    15
Spring Semester
  Humanities elective
Social Science elective
3
3
BIOL 202 Introduction to Biology 3
BIOL 204 Intro. to Biology Lab 2
EDHS 355 Intro. to Sport and Exercise Psychology  
4
    15

Year Three
Fall Semester
EDHS 353 Human Anatomy 3
EDHS 546 Assessment in Phys. Ed. 3
PHYS 201 Principles of Physics I 4
PHYS 201L Basic Physics Lab I 1.5
PHYE
EDHS
OR
Physical Education activity
Elective
 
1
3
    15.5
Spring Semester
EDHS 354 Neuromuscular Bases 3
EDHS 545 Adapted Physical Education 3
EDHS 451 Emergency Medical Care 4
EDHS 553 Nutrition 3
PHYS 202
PHYS 102
Principles of Physics II OR
Concept of Physics
 
3-4
PHYS 202L Basic Physics Lab II 1.5
    17.5-
18.5

Summer
EDHS 457 The Art and Science of Sports Medicine  
3

Year Four
Fall Semester
EDHS 544 Athletic Injuries and Lab 4
EDHS 441 Exercise Physiology 3
EDHS 446 Practicum in AT 3
EDHS ___ EDHS elective
Elective
3
3
    16
Spring Semester
EDHS 524 Substance Abuse in Society 3
EDHS 542 Motor Learning 3
EDHS 445 Motor Development
Statistics (recommended) or elective
3
3
BIOL 207 Physiology & Anatomy II 3
    15


General Electives

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In addition to the requirements in the teaching specialization, general education, and professional education programs, the remaining credits needed to complete the graduation requirements may be elected, subject to the approval of the student's advisor, from any courses offered in the University. (All actions regarding registration for courses require the permission of the assigned Curry School advisor. B.A. students also need permission from their College advisor.)

 

 
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