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The purpose of Wright State University's Middle Childhood Level program (MCL) is to prepare highly qualified middle grade educators skilled in promoting learning in young adolescents.

Contact Information

Tracey Kramer

343 Allyn Hall

937-775-2995/2332

tracey.kramer@wright.edu


Middle Childhood Level educators first complete a rigorous undergraduate program in two specialized areas (language, arts, social studies, mathematics or science) accompanied with 15 hours of teacher education professional coursework and field experiences in urban and suburban practicum experiences in middle school settings.

After completing the bachelor's degree program, the candidate applies to a graduate level teacher licensure program (the teaching license is not provided on the undergraduate level).

The bachelor's degree curriculum will vary depending on the combination of specialized areas the candidate selects - see the program links on this page for the different combinations of content areas.

The Teacher Education professional Phase 1 classes, provide the undergraduate with an introduction to the total ecology of schools with focus on Middle Childhood Level education.


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MIDDLE CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Education (BS Ed.)

The BS Ed. in Middle Childhood does not lead to licensure at the bachelor's degree level. Additional graduate level preparation is require for the license (see MEd program of study below).

The Middle Childhood Licensure Program is based on an undergraduate BS Ed. degree in Middle Childhood, graduate coursework and an option of completing a Master of Education (M. Ed.).

Candidates who complete the B.S. Ed. and graduate coursework and appropriate licensure exams are eligible to seek licensure from the Ohio Department of Education. Students have the option of completing the Master of Education (M. Ed.) degree in the College of Education and Human Services.

The course listings on the links below are not official programs of study for the bachelor's degree. Requirements may vary based on quarter/year of entry into the major. Consult with a Teacher Licensure Advisor for further information. Admitted students have an official Degree Audit and Reporting System (DARS) report as their official program of study.

BS Ed, Middle Childhood Education with concentrations in Language Arts/Reading and Social Studies

Course #Course TitleCredit
WRIGHT STATE CORE41
Element 1: Communications
ENG 1100Academic Writing and Reading3
ENG 2100Writing in Academic Discourse3
Element 2: Mathematics
MTH 2430Mathematics Concepts for Teachers II3
Element 3: Global Traditions
HST 1200The West and the World since 15003
Choose one:
CST 2510
EC 2900
RST 2610
RST 2620
RST 2710
RST 2810
RST 2910
RST 2920
URS 2000

Comparative Nonwestern Social Systems
Global Economic, Business and Social Issues
Regional Studies: Japan
Regional Studies: China
Regional Studies: Africa
Regional Studies: Latin America
Regional Studies: Middle East
Regional Studies: India Growth and Change in Urban Society
3
Element 4: Arts/Humanities
Choose one:
CLS 2040
CST 2420
ENG 2040
ENG 2050
PHL 2040
REL 2040
ART 2140
MUS 2140 MUS 2900

Great Books: Classics
Comparative Nonwestern Cultures: Music
Great Books: Literature
African-American Literature
Great Books: Philosophy
Great Books: Bible & Western Culture
Themes in Visual Culture
Music in Western Culture
African-American Music: America and Beyond
3
Element 5: Social Science
Choose two:
ATH 2200
EC 2000
EC 2100
EC 2040
EC 2050
PLS 2000
PSY 1010
SW 2720
UH 2020
WMS 2000

Introduction to Archeology
Economic Life
The Economics of State and Society
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Political Life
Introduction to Psychology
Multicultural Competence in a Diverse World
Studies in Social Sciences
Approaches to Women’s Studies
6
Element 6: Natural Science
CHM 2450Chemistry for Early & Middle Childhood Education3.5
BIO 3450Concepts in Biology I for Early & Middle Childhood Education3.5
EES 3450Concepts in Earth Science for Educators3.5
PHY 2450Concepts in Physics for Early Childhood Education3.5
Element 7: Additional CORE Courses
ED 2100Education in a Democratic Society3
PRE-PROFESSIONAL CORE48
ED 1100Introduction to Middle Childhood Education2
ED 2600Introduction to Education3
ED 2700Educational Psychology3
ED 4060Reading and Literacy I: Background and Tools3
ED 4080Phonics and Word Study Instruction3
ED 4210Middle Childhood Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum4
ED 4220Middle Level Teaching: Principles, Practices and Learning3
ED 4590Classroom Management and Organization3
EDS 2900Individuals with Exceptionalities3
EDT 2800Educational Technology3
ENG 4770ESL in the Pre-K-12 Classroom3
GEO 2100 or
GEO 2200
Physical Geography or
Human Geography
3
HST 2110American History to 18773
HST 2120American History since 18773
MTH 2410Mathematics Concepts for Teachers I3
MTH 2450Mathematics Concepts for Teachers III3
PRACTICUM EXPERIENCES3
ED 2650Field Experience I: ECE1
ED 2750Field Experience II: ECE1
ED 4250Field Experience III: Middle Childhood Literacy1
CONCENTRATION 1: Language Arts18
COM 1520Mass Communication3
ENG 3500Language for Teachers3
ENG 3520Writing Pedagogy for Integrated Language Arts3
ENG 3310American Texts: Colonial – 18903
ENG 3320American Texts: 1890 – Present3
Choose one:
ENG 2050 or
CST 2310

African-American Literature
Comparative Literature: Non-Western Literatures
3
CONCENTRATION 2: Social Studies21
EC 2000Economic Life3
HST 1100Western Civilizations to 15003
HST 3600Survey of American History3
HST 3650Ohio History3
PLS 2120American National Government3
SOC 2000 OR
2200
Introduction to Sociology
Social Problems
3
Choose one:
HST 3100
HST 3300
HST 3400
HST 3450
HST 3500

Survey of European History
Survey of African History
Studies in Asian History
Studies in Middle Eastern History
Topics in Latin American History
3
Total in Bachelor of Science in Education:131

Program information last modified Wednesday, 27th November, 2013 @ 01:13pm