Dual Degree Program - English and English Education Checklist

Combined Graduation & Program Requirements

UGA

____ U.S. & Georgia Constitution ____ Environmental Literacy ____ U.S. History

____ Physical Education (any PEDB) ____ Cultural Diversity (EFND 2120)

College of Education Requirements

____ GACE Basic Skills Exam ____ Pre-Professional Experience (50 hours)

Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Requirements

____ Foreign Language thru 4 th Level ____ One course in Literature

____ One course in Physical Science ____ Two courses in Social Science other than History

____ One course in Biological Science ____ One course in History

____ Multicultural course (ENGL 1102M recommended)

____ Two courses in Fine Arts, Philosophy, or Religion

See Franklin Colleges website for specification on fulfilling these requirements:  http://www.franklin.uga.edu/students/college_degree_requirements.php

 

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE (60 HOURS)

I. Foundation Courses (9 hours)

_____ 3 ENGL 1101 English Composition I

_____ 3 ENGL 1102 (1102M) English Composition II

_____ 3 MATH 1101 or higher Mathematical Modeling

II. Sciences (7-8 hours) 1 physical science and 1 life science (at least one with a laboratory)

_____ 3-4 __________ Physical Science

_____ 3-4 __________ Life Science (NOTE: FANR 1100 and CRSS 2010 DO NOT satisfy A&S Bio. Science requirement)

III. Quantitative Reasoning (3-4 hours)

_____ 3-4 _________

IV. World Languages and Culture, Humanities and the Arts (12 hours)

World Languages and Culture (9 hrs); Humanities & Arts (3 hrs)

_____ 3 __________ World Languages and Culture (Foreign Language recommended)*

_____ 3 __________ World Languages and Culture (Foreign Language recommended)

_____ 3 __________ World Languages and Culture (Foreign Language recommended)

_____ 3 __________ Humanities and the Arts (ARHI, ARTS, PHIL, RELI… suggested)

V. Social Sciences (9 hours)

_____ 3 __________ POLS 1101(recommended) satisfies U.S. & GA Constitution requirements.

_____ 3 __________ HIST 2111 or 2112 (recommended) satisfies U.S. & GA History requirements.

_____ 3 __________ Area V Social Science (NOTE: See Franklin College website for A&S Social Science requirements )

VI. Major Related Courses (18 hours)

_____ 3 EFND 2110* Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education

_____ 3 EFND 2120 Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity

_____ 3 EPSY 2130* Exploring Learning and Teaching

_____ 3 ENGL 2000-level survey* (ENGL 2310, 2320, 2330, 2340, or 2400)

_____ 3 ENGL 2000-level survey* or (CMLT 2111, 2210, 2212, 2220)

_____ 3 SPCM 1100 or 1500* Introduction to Public Speaking or Introduction to Interpersonal Communication

*NOTE: Asterisked courses must be complete prior to applying to Engl. Ed. as they comprise %20 of the selection criteria.

ENGL courses taken through Independent & Distance Learning do not count towards the AB Engl. major.  

 

COURSES RELATED TO PROGRAM OF STUDY 

Additional BSEd requirement: 3 hrs

_____ 3 SPED 2000 Survey of Special Education

Optional Additional Credit (highly recommended) Take Spring semester of freshman or sophomore year

_____ 3 __________ LLED 3461S Issues in English Education, 7-12 only offered in spring (earns 15 pre-professional hrs)

Upper Level ENGL Courses: 27 hrs (Meets requirements for BSEd; these 27 hrs plus LLED 4410 satisfies 30 hrs for AB degree)

_____ 3 ENGL 4000 (Should be completed in the first year of major course work)

Two pre-1800 classes from two different groups of pre-1800 classes

_____ 3__________ Pre-1800 ENGL - Choose from options 1-4 below

_____ 3__________ Pre-1800 ENGL - Choose from options 1-4 below

1. Early Literature of the British Isles  (ENGL (LING) 4060/6060, 4210, 4220, 4222, 4295, 4296)

2. Medieval Literature  (4225, 4230, 4240, 4270, 4290, 4297)

3. Early Modern British and American Literature (4300, 4320, 4330, 4340, 4350, 4360, 4370, 4390)

4. Restoration and Eighteenth-century British and American Literature: (4400, 4420, 4430, 4440, 4490, 4700)

_____ 3__________ British Lit (ENGL 4500, 4505, 4510-4540, 4590, 4650-4680, 4685, 4690, 4695, 4698)

_____ 3__________ American Lit (ENGL 4620, 4630, 4710-4790, 4795, 4860, 4880)

_____ 3__________ World Lit (ENGL 4210-4880) ( Equals 1ENGL elective for AB degree )

_____ 3__________ Language, Criticism, Culture (for AB) / English/Language Study (BSEd)

** Choose from : ENGL/LING 4005, 4010, 4110, ENGL 4831, 4832 or 4833

_____ 3__________ English Elective (ENGL 3000 to 4999) NOT ENGL 3320 ENGL 4810 , or ENGL 4840

_____ 3__________ English Elective (ENGL 3000 to 4999) NOT ENGL 3320 ENGL 4810 , or ENGL 4840

**NOTE: ENGL 4640, if taken, will satisfy additional Fine Arts/ Philosophy/ Religion requirement for Franklin

•  A grade of “C” or better is required for all major courses

•  ENGL 3320 ENGL 4810  and ENGL 4840  cannot fulfill any English major requirements.

•  Six of the nine ENGL courses listed above must be taken in residence.

•  Upper-division ENGL courses taken through Independent & Distance Learning (IDL) do not count towards the AB major .

Senior Year: Professional Sequence 33 hrs (Fulfills the 30 hrs of electives for AB degree)

Fall ___________ (15 hrs)

____ 3 LLED 4400 Teaching Planning in Context

____ 3 LLED 4460 Supervised Field Experience

____ 3 LLED 4450 Teaching Writing in the Public Schools or LLED 4470 Guided Field Research

____ 3 LLED 4410 Adolescent Literature, OR LLED 4401 ( Equals 1ENGL elective for AB degree )

____ 3 LLED 4030 Teaching Reading in Secondary Schools

Spring __________ (18 hrs)

____ 3 LLED 4462 Student Teaching Seminar

____ 15 LLED 5460 Student Teaching

P.E. (1 hour)

_____ 1 PEDB Physical Educatio

Total hours for Dual Degree 123 + 1 hr PEDB = 124 hours to graduate

 

DEPARTMENTAL Contacts:

COE Contact: Umesh Patel upatel@uga.edu 122 Aderhold Hall For Appointments Call: 706-542-0629

A&S Contact: 0-60 hrs - Lower Division Rm. 114 Memorial Hall

60+ hrs - English Deptartment: Jim Kallerman jkallerm@uga.edu; (706) 542-2258; Park Hall 111  

http://www.coe.uga.edu/lle/english/secondary/bsed/