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composite teaching major as outlined below and Bio. Agr. Ed. 377 and 479. No
grade less than C- will be accepted toward the fulfillment of these require-
ments.

Note: Students who have been in the process of certifying under the old cata-
log requirements may continue to do so until August of 1973.

Required Courses in Biology

Bio. Agr. Ed. 201, 325; Micro. 331; Bot. 105, 205, 210, 440; Zool. 202, 203,
331, 465 or 466; Bot. 376 or Zool. 376; Bot. 450 or Zool. 451; Geol. 103.



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Recommended Courses in Biology

Bio. Agr. Ed. 250 or Bot. 460; Micro. 411; Bot. 321; Zool. 344.

Recommended Supporting Courses in Other Areas

Any of the following supporting courses may also be used to fill the twelve
required units in general education for the physical sciences and the math-
science areas:

Math. 105*; Chem. 102*, 103, 384*, 385; Physics 100 or 105, 106, 107, 108;

Agron. 282; Hort. 102.
These are prerequisites for some required biology courses.

Business Education

Composite Teaching Major (51-hour list)

A. Distributive Education

The following courses will be required to satisfy the composite major re-
quirements of business teachers majoring in business education with a
distributive education emphasis:

Acctg. 201*, 202*; Bus. Ed. 220, 310*, 315*, 320, 325*. 489; Bus. Mgt. 241,
256; Comms. 230; Econ. 101 or 111*; Org. Behav. 321.

In consultation with and approval of a major adviser, a student will select
additional courses from the following areas to make a total of 51 hours in
his major: business education, accounting, management, economics, organi-
zational behavior, computer science.

B. Secretarial-Office Administration

The following courses will be required to satisfy the composite major re-
quirement of business teachers majoring in business education with a ste-
nography-office administration emphasis:

Acctg. 201*, 202*; Bus. Ed. 113, 203, 204*, 206, 220, 305, 311*, 320, 370*,
377*, 489; Econ. 101 or 111*.

In consultation with and approval of major adviser, a student will select ad-
ditional courses from the following areas to make a total of 51 hours in
his major: business education, accounting, management, economics, organi-
zational behavior, computer science.

C. Socio-Business

The following courses will be required to satisfy the composite major re-
quirement of business teachers majoring in business education with a socio-
business emphasis:

Acctg. 201*, 202*, 356; Bus. Ed. 203*, 220, 305, 320, 489; Bus. Mgt. 200;
Econ. 101 or 111*, 112*.

In consultation with and approval of major adviser, a student will select ad-
ditional courses from the following areas to make a total of 51 hours in
his major: business education, accounting, management, economics, organi-
zational behavior, computer science. Elective hours in business must in-
clude at least six hours from the Accounting Department and six hours
from the Economics Department.

*Must be completed before student teaching.

Teaching Minors

The following are approved teaching minors for majors in fields other than busi-
ness education:

Option A: Bus. Ed. 113, 203, 220, 311, 370, 377E, 377F.

Option B: Bus. Ed. 203, 220, 310, 370, 377A, 377F; Acctg. 201.

Chemistry

Teaching Major (30 to 32-hour list)

Chem. Ill, 112, 113, 114 (or 105, 106, 223); 351, 352, 353 (2 hours); 461,
462, 464, 491, 594R (1 hour); and either 514, 521, or 581.



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Teaching Minor (18 to 19-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Chem. Ill, 112, 113, 114, (or 105, 106,
223), plus any of the following sequences: Chem. 351, 352, 353; or Chem.
461, 462, 464; or Chem. 151, 384.

Computer Science and Statistics

Teaching Minor (19 to 20-hour list)

(To be used only in conjunction with a mathematics teaching major.)
Computer Science (11-12 hours)

Required: Comput. Sci. 130, 231, 332

Elective: Any computer science course except 110, 131, 233
Statistics (8 hours): Stat. 221, 241, 336, 421

Driver Safety Education

Teaching Minor (or Related Field only)

(See course requirements under Health Sciences.)

Economics

Teaching Major (30-hour list)

Econ. Ill, 112, 311, 312, 353 or 553, 488 or 588, and 12 additional hours in
economics courses numbered 300 or above (at least 9 of the 30 hours must
be numbered 400 and above).

Teaching Minor (18-hour list)

Econ. Ill, 112, 301 or 311, 302 or 312, and six additional hours in economics
courses numbered 300 or above.

Earth Science

Composite Teaching Major (52-hour list)

All students majoring in earth science who wish to obtain a teaching certifi-
cate must take the 52-hour composite emphasis. These hours must include
the courses listed below, with a minimum in each group as follows*: 20 hours
in geology, 10 hours in physics, 8 hours in chemistry, 4 hours in mathematics,
5 hours in geography, 6 hours in zoology, and 5 hours in botany. Courses are
to be selected from the following list:

Geol. Ill, 112, 311, 312, 313, 351, 352, 410, 460, 470, 480, 502*

(Geol. 104 is an acceptable substitute for 111 if 102 is also taken.)

Physics 127, 137, and either 100, 101; or 211, 213, 214; or 201, 202

Chem. 105, 106

Math. 105, 106, 109, 111, 112, 113

Geog. 211, 401

Zool. 105, 344*

Bot. 205*, 210

*Note: Prospective earth science teachers are required to take these courses.
(Some may be used to fulfill the general education biological science require-
ment. )

English

Teaching Major (35-hour list)

Engl. 301, 302, 303, 321, 322 or 325 or 421, and at least 17 hours of upper-
division English courses. (Engl. 218 is the only course numbered below 300
that may be counted without the approval of the department chairman;
Engl. 377, 479, 577 and other professional certification courses may not be
counted.)

Teaching Minor (20-hoiu- list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Engl. 301, 302, 303, 321, 322 or 325 or
421, and additional upper-division English courses to total at least 20 hours.

Note 1: All English teaching majors and minors must take Engl. 251. (See En-
glish section for further clarification.)



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Note 2: All English teaching majors and minors must take Engl. 377 in addition
to their subject-matter preparation.

French

Teaching Major (31-hour list)

French 201, 301, 321, 322, 326, 411, 441, 442, 445, plus 6 hours chosen from
429, 446, 447, 448.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

French 201, 301, 321, 326, 440, plus two or more courses chosen from 211,
311, 429, 445.

Note 1: Teaching majors and minors who do not demonstrate adequate pro-
ficiency in speaking the language will be expected to enroll for French 211 and
311. All teaching majors and minors in French must take French 377 prior to
student teaching. Majors are encouraged to take Linguistics 325.

Note 2: Classes up to and including French 201 may be waived for students
who demonstrate proficiency in the foreign language. The department chair-
man will attest such proficiency in a written statement to the Teacher Clearance
Office.

Geography

Teaching Major (32-hour list)

Geog. 101, 102, 120, 211, 231, 450, 504, 598, and 13 additional hours to be
selected after consultation with a geography adviser.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Geog. 101, 120, 211, 231, 450, 501, plus
3 elective hours.

Geology

Teaching Major (30-hour list)

Geol. Ill, 112, 311, 351, 502; and 8 hours selected from 312, 313, 410, or 8
hours selected from 306, 460, 480, 510.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Geol. Ill, 112, 501, 502, and 8 hours
selected from 306, 460, 480, 510. (Geol. 104 is an acceptable substitute for
111 if 102 is taken also.)

German

Teaching Major (33-hour list)

German 201, 301, 321, 322, 326, 377*, 401, 429, 442, totaling 25 hours. At
least 8 hours of electives must be chosen from the following: 441, 443, 444,
495, and Ling. 325.

*377 is required, but does not count as part of the German teaching major;
it does satisfy prof. ed. requirements.

Teaching Minor (21-hour list)

German 201, 301, 321, 326, 401, 411, 377. German 440 is strongly recom-
mended for those who have had extended residence in a German-speaking
country.

Note 1: Students planning to do all or part of their student teaching in Ger-
man must take German 377 in advance; however, German 377 may be waived
for those students who have had this course in another foreign language.

Note 2: Teaching majors who have not had foreign residence experience or who
have not participated in the Semester in Salzburg program will enroll for Ger-
man 311 and 411.

Note 3: German 201, 301, and 411 may be waived for students who have had
residence experience in German-speaking countries and who demonstrate pro-



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ficiency in German. The department chairman will attest to such proficiency in
a written statement to the Teacher Clearance Office.

Health Sciences

Teaching Major (32-hour list)

Health 121, 325, 381, 451, 460, 552*, and the following courses or equivalent
from other departments: FSN 115; Zool. 261 and 262; Psych. 321; and at
least 9 hours from the following courses: Health 501R or 503R, 530, 561, 660;
Micro. 311; Sociol. 329, 340; P.E. 344; Zool. 276; Psych. 240, 440.
♦Health 552 may be substituted for Health 362 for teacher certification.

Dominant (28-hour list)

Health 121, 325, 381, 421, 460; Zool. 261, 262; FSN 115; Psych. 321; and
at least 7 hours selected from the following: Health 451, 501R or 503R, 530,
552, 561; Psych. 240; and Sociol. 340.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Health 121, 381*, 421, 460, and 11 hours selected from the following courses:
Health 325, 451, 501R or 503R, 530, 552, 561; FSN 115; Micro. 311; Psych.
240, 321.

*If required in student's major program, the health education minor will be
17 hovirs.

Related (16-hour list)

Health 121, 381, 421, 460, and 7 hours selected from the following courses:
Health 325, 451, 501R or 503R, 552, 561; Psych. 321; FSN 115.

Driver and Safety Education Minor — Related (16-hour list)

Health 121, 325, 443, 444, 445, and 4 hours selected from the following
courses: Health 446, 460, 502R, 530; Psych. 321. The student's program must
be approved by his Health Science Department adviser.

History

Teaching Major (35-hour list)

Required: Hist. 100, 110, 111, 170, 270, 466, 490. Recommended: 488, plus suf-
ficient hours from the list below to bring the total up to 35 hours.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Hist. 110, 111, 170, 270, 466, plus svif-
ficient hours to bring total up to 20 hours.
Approved courses

Hist. 300, 302, 304, 307, 310, 311, 312, 313, 320, 322, 323, 326, 327, 329,
330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346,
347, 349, 351, 352, 370, 372, 375, 377, 378, 410, 411, 415, 424, 425, 429, 433,
435, 436, 439, 440, 453, 454, 455, 457, 459, 460, 462, 463, 465, 467, 468, 469,
471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 477, 481, 482, 490, 497, 498.

Home Economics Education

Composite Teaching Major (52 to 54-hour list)

Home Ec. Ed. 101, 375, 489; CDFR 210, 322, 361, 360 or Sociol. 340; Nurs. 425;
FSN 255, 264, 265, 340; Env. Des. 240; FEHM 335, 351, 370; Clo. and Text.
110, 165, 260; and electives (2-3 hours). Please consult a Department of Home
Economics Education adviser for selection of a suitable program. Clo. and
Text. 355, Tailoring, is recommended.

Humanities

Composite Teaching Major (56 to 58-hour list)

Humanities majors must select one of the following dominant fields:
English: 20-hour list.

Foreign Language: 20-hour list in either German, Russian, French, Spanish,
or Latin. Students selecting foreign language as the dominant area must
complete 12 hours of literature courses on the 400 (senior) level.



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In addition to the dominant field, all humanities majors must complete the
following:

Art: 7 credit hours.

English: 8 credit hours of literature courses (for students with a foreign

language dominant area).
Foreign Language: 6 credit hours of literature on 400 (senior) level (for

students with English dominant area).
History: 6 credit hours.

Humanities: 9 credit hours, including Hum. 201, 202, 490.
Music: 5 credit hours, selected from Music 101, 103, 484, 485.
Philosophy: 3 credit hours (Phil. 110).

In those areas where specific courses are not listed, the student must clear
with his adviser in the Department of Humanities and Comparative Litera-
ture.

Industrial Education

Composite Teaching Major

The following core list of courses is required for either the general or special-
ized program.

Core list: Drafting 111; Ind. Ed. 100, 101, 129, 250, 260, 289, 405, 460, 470,
535**, 540**; Math. 121*; Physics or Chem., 3 hours*.

* Satisfy general educational requirements.
**May be reserved for graduate credit, if taken during the last semester before
graduation.

A. General Shop Emphasis: Technical Elective for Depth Sequence (24 semester
hours)

The 24 hours of technical electives will include Art 236 (2), and the balance
(22 hours) will be distributed among a minimum of four of the technical
areas (the minimum in any area to be five hours or two classes), thereby
providing the balance of breadth and depth desirable for general shop
teachers. For this program, technical courses will be selected from the fol-
lowing list:

Crafts: Ind. Ed. 360, and the balance from 365, 493A,B,C.

Design and Computer Graphics: Drafting 355 and the balance from 210,
211, 410.

Electricity/Electronics: Eng. Tech. 102, 103 and Bldg. Tech. 341, 492.
Delete Ind. Ed. 101 from the core when electricity/electronics sequence
is selected.

Graphic Arts: Ind. Ed. 351, and the balance from Ind. Ed. 451, 452, 453,
454, 494.

Metals: Ind. Ed. 130, 139, and the balance from Ind. Ed. 329; Mfg. Tech.
120, 124, 125. Delete Ind. Ed. 129 from the core when the metals se-
quence is selected.

Power: Ind. Ed. 189, and the balance from 387, 388, 389, 489.

Woods: Ind. Ed. 105, and the balance from 200, 210, 300.

B. High School Specialized Emphasis: Technical Electives for Depth Sequence

(24 semester hours minimum)
The 24 hours of technical electives will include Art 236 (2), and the balance
(22 hours) wiU be distributed between two of the technical areas (the mini-
mum in any area to be 10 hours), thereby providing the balance of breadth
and depth desirable for high school industrial arts teachers. For this pro-
gram, technical courses will be selected from the following list:

Crafts: Ind. Ed. 360; and the balance from Ind. Ed. 365, 493A,B,C; Art 259,
359, 363.



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Design and Ckjmputer Graphics: Drafting 211, 355, and the balance from
Drafting 210, 256, 356, 410, 411; Mfg. Tech. 436.

Electricity/Electronics: Eng. Tech. 102, 103, 231, and the balance from
Eng. Tech. 221, 232, 234, 235; Bldg. Tech. 341. Delete Ind. Ed. 101 from
core when electricity/electronics sequence is selected, and replace it
with three additional hours in engineering or industrial technology.

Graphic Arts: Ind. Ed. 351, and the balance from 451, 452, 453, 454.

Metals: Ind. Ed. 130, 139, 329; Mfg. Tech. 120, 125; and the balance from
Mfg. Tech. 124, 132, 232, 332, 335, 337. Delete Ind. Ed. 129 from the
core when metals sequence is selected and replace with three additional
hours in metals.

Power/ Auto: Select from Ind. Ed. 189, 387, 388, 389, 489, 495.

Woods: Ind. Ed. 105, 210, and the balance from Ind. Ed. 200, 300, 319, 491;
Bldg. Tech. 211, 301; Mfg. Tech. 337.

Instructional Media

Teaching Minor (16-hour list)

LIS 513, 529, 539, 557; Ed. 406, and five hours from Ed. 510, 520, 524, 526;
Engl. 420; LIS 523.

Journalism (Communications)
Teaching Major (32-hour list)

Comms. 101, 201, 211, 230, 255, 307, 312, 323, 480, 491R; 7 hours selected
from Comms. 331, 335, 340, 346, 347, 363, 365, 371, 372, 420, 427,
434, 451, 528, 550. (An internship, Comms. 495, may be substituted for
Comms. 323. )

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Comms. 101, 211, 312, 323, 480; five
hours selected from (>>nims. 201, 230, 255, 307, 335, 363, 420. (An intern-
ship, Comms. 495, may be substituted for Comms. 323.)

Latin

Teaching Major (32-hour list)

Latin 210, 301, 321, 322, 431, 432, 441, 442; Classical Civilization 341 and
442; and one course from Latin 429, 490R, 561, 562, or 621.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Latin 201, 301, 321, 431 or 432, 441 or 442, 490R; Classical Civilization 341.

Mathematics

Teaching Major (32-hour list)

Required: (a) Math. 112, 113, and 214; or Math. 141, 142, 243 and 244.

(b) Math. 301, 302, 371, 451.
Electives: A minimum of 9 semester hours selected from Math. 210, 300, 315,
332, 372, 385, 387, 411, 412, 434, 452, 512, 541, 542, 551, 552.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Math. 112, 113 and 214; or Math. 141, 142, 243 and 244; Math. 301, 302, and
either 371 or 451.

Music Education

Composite Teaching Major (67-hour list)

Music 103*, 165 (for voice specialty only), 191, 192, 193, 194, 202, 291,
292, 363**, 364**, 367, 368, 370, 372, 374, 375, 376, 378, 472, 481, 484*,
485*; complete 6 hours of ensemble, 12 hours of private instruction in the
student's applied specialty, and pass a piano proficiency requirement equiva-
lent to four semesters of piano before student teaching.

Note: Please refer to Department of Music requirements in this catalog for re-
cital and ensemble requirements.
*These courses are included in general education.



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**For students with instrumental specialties only. Those students taking voice
as a specialty should take Music 566 instead of Music 363 and 364.

Physical Education — Men

Teaching Major (38|-hour list)

Required courses: P.E. 180, 181, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235. 236, 237, 238, 239,
240, 330, 341, 344, 413, 446, 464; two of the following: 370, 371, 372, 373,
374.

Elective courses: Ten hours taken from the following: P.E. 250, 264, 265, 280,
314, 406, 411, 449, 547; Rec. Ed. 570; Health 381, (370, 371, 372, 373, 374)*.

*Only two of these courses (in parentheses) can be included in the ten hours.

Composite Teaching Major

A composite major consists of 28-29 semester hours in physical education
and 16 semester hours in each of two of the following related fields: health
education, driver and safety education, recreation, and dance.

Dominant Area

P.E. 180, 181, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 330, 341,
344, 413, 446, 464; two of the following: 370, 371, 372, 373, 374.

Related Area

P.E. 330, 341, 344; two hours from the following: 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236,
237, 238, 239, 240; and two of the following: 370, 371, 372, 373, 374.

Minor-Secondary

P.E. 180, 181, 235, 330, 341, 344; two hours from the following: 231, 232,
233, 234, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240; two of the following: 370, 371, 372, 373,
374; and one of the following: 314, 413, 446, 464.

Minor-Elementary

P.E. 181, 182, 235, 237, 330, 341, 372 or 373, 375, 376; Health 121.

Physical Education — Women

Note: The following courses (which will help fill the general education require-
ments of the University) are prerequisites to required major courses in women's
P.E.: P.E. 187, 188; Chem. 100; Physics 100; Zool. 261, 262. (Sp. and Dram. Arts
102 and 121 are recommended by the State of Utah for certification. They will
fill the general education humanities requirements. ) Health 381 is strongly rec-
ommended for those planning to teach in the secondary schools.

Teaching Major (40-hour list)

All women students majoring in physical education are to take the courses
listed in the following core program: P.E. 103, 105, 279 or 280, 330, 341,
344, 375 or 376, 378W, 388, 446; Health Science 121 (total 20 credits).

In addition, women physical education majors must choose either a sports
emphasis or a dance emphasis.

Sports Emphasis

Swimming (1 credit); P.E. 108, 233, 236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245,

246, 247, 248, 249, 461; 407 or 474; Health 381; two of the following: P.E.
314, 413; Youth Leadership 378; CDFR 130 (total 205 or 21i credits).

Dance Emphasis

P.E. 185, 186, 202, 287, 288, 380, 382, 383, 385, 387, 389, 486; and six hours
from the following: P.E. 233, 236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246,

247, 248, 249 (total 21i credits).

Dance Specialty

P.E. 108, 180, 181, 183, 185, 186, 187, 188, 202, 279, 280, 287, 288, 290,
330, 341, 378W, 380, 382, 383, 385, 446, 480, 481, 486, 490, 587, 588,
589A,B,C; Health Science 121.



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Composite Teaching Major (60-hoiir list)

A composite major consists of 28 semester credits in physical education and
16 credits in each of two of the following fields: health education, driver
and safety education, recreation, and dance. The courses for the composite
major area follow:

Dominant Area in Physical Education (28 credits)

P.E. 108, 233, 236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249,
279 or 280, 330, 341, 344, 376, 378W, 446, 461.

Sports Related (16 hours)

P.E. 279 or 280, 330, 341, 376, and seven hours from the following:' 233,
236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249.

Dance Related (16 hours)

P.E. 180, 185, 186, 279 or 280, 287, 288, 380, 383, 387, 388, 389, 486.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Sports Emphasis — Certification

P.E. 279 or 280, 330, 341, 376; swimming (1 hour); Health 121 or Youth
Ldr. 378 if health major; 8 hours of the following: P.E. 103, 233, 236, 238,
240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249. P.E. 378W must be suc-
cessfully completed if a physical education-sports emphasis minor is to be
assigned to student teaching in this minor.

Dance Emphasis — Certification

P.E. 185, 186; 279 or 280*; 287, 288, 330, 380, 383, 387, 388, 389, 486; two
hours from the following: P.E. 108, 233, 236, 238, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244,
245, 246, 247, 248, 249.

*Physical Education — sports emphasis majors substitute P.E. 283, 284, or 285.
P.E. 378W must be successfully completed if a physical education-dance em-
phasis minor is to be assigned to student teaching in this minor.

Physics

Teaching Major (28-hour list)

Physics 121, 122, 221; (or 211, 213); 214, 222, 300, 316 and an additional
11 hours (8 of which should be upper division) chosen from 127, 137, 317,
321, 341, 386, 387, 441.

Teaching Minor (17-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Physics 121, 122, 221 (or 211, 213),
214, 222, 300, 316.

Political Science

Teaching Major (30-hour list)

Required introductory courses: Pol. Sci. 110, 150, and 170. Required upper-
division courses: Pol. Sci. 300 (normally taken before other upper-division
courses), 402, plus at least two 500-level electives. Electives to complete
the major should be balanced among the following fields, selected in con-
sultation with an adviser: political theory and philosophy — 504, 506;
American political system — 310, 311, 330, 360, 361, 423, 510, 511, 512,
514, 520, 523, 525, 563, 568; comparative political systems — 350, 355, 359,
380, 425, 457, 550, 551, 552, 553, 556, 557, 558; Geog. 441; international
politics— 370, 371, 375, 380, 570, 572, 573, 575, 576, 578, 580; Hist. 384.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Required introductory courses: Pol. Sci. 110, 150, and 170. Required upper-
division courses: Pol. Sci. 402, plus at least one 500-level elective. Electives
to complete the minor should be balanced among the fields listed above.

Psychology

Teaching Major (30-hour list)

Psych. Ill, 321, 369, (or 370 and 374), 591R or 598; one of the following:



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240, 440, or 445; and three of the following courses: Psych. 360, 365, 450,

460.

The remaining credit hours must be selected from the following: Psych.

211, 320, 322, 330, 336, 337, 350, 357, 360, 362, 365, 369, 370, 374, 378,

450, 454, 460, 478, 491R, 495, 497.

Teaching Minor (20-hour list)

Minor, Dominant, or Related Subject: Psych. Ill, 321, 369, and one of the
following: 440, 445, or 450. The remaining credit hours must be selected
from the following: Psych. 211, 240, 320, 322, 330, 336, 337, 350, 357, 360,
362, 365, 370, 374, 378, 450, 454, 460, 478, 491R, 495.

Recreation Education

Physical Education — for composite majors using recreation courses.

Related (16-hour list)

Rec. Ed. 301, 337, 371, 387, 388, 407, 505.

Russian

Teaching Major (31-hour list)

Russian 201, 301, 311, 321, 322, 326, 345, 411, 412, 440, 441, 442.

Teaching Minor (21-hour list)

Russian 201, 301, 311, 321, 322, 326, 345, 441, 442.
Note 1: It is strongly recommended that teaching majors take Ling. 325.
Both teaching majors and minors must take Russian 377 or an equivalent
foreign language methods class prior to student teaching.



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