College of Education

2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog Progression Plans are for planning purposes
only; see the catalog for official details.

Interdisciplinary Studies - Learning and Pedagogy, Bachelor of Science

4YR Progression Plan-Classic

Campus Availability

  • Flagstaff
  • Yuma

Year 1

Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. ENG105 Critical Read/Writng In Univ 4
Description: Writing skills for completing university coursework. Fulfills the liberal studies requirement for English composition. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
Prerequisite: ((English Placement Test Results (ACT 17+; Accuplacer WR 4-7; IELTS 6+; PLACE 30+; SATI 340+, TOEFL PB 525+/CB 193+/IB 70+)) or (Test Results (ACT < 7; AccuplacerWR < 4; PLACE 10; SATI < 340) and Corequisite: ENG 107))
Requirement Designation: Foundation Requirement
Currently Scheduled: Fall 2014 Spring 2015
2. MAT114 Quantitative Reasoning 3
Description: Contemporary quantitative methods, especially descriptive statistics, elementary probability, examples of statistical inference, linear and exponential models of growth and decay, and applicable discrete models. Fulfills liberal studies foundation requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
Prerequisite: (MAT 100 with a grade of P taken Fall 2013 or later) or (MAT 102X with a grade of C or better) or Math Placement Test Results (ALEKS/MATHA 35+; MATHC 30+; PLACE 43+) or International Exchange Student Group
Requirement Designation: Foundation Requirement
Currently Scheduled: Fall 2014 Spring 2015
3. LIBSTCOURSE Liberal Studies Course 3
4. LIBSTCOURSE Liberal Studies Course 3
5. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. CONCNTRNCOURSE Concentration course 3 CONCNTRNCOURSE Notes
Notes: *See academic catalog for detailed course listing under "Concentration Requirements". Use the link at the top of this page to access the catalog.
2. CSTCOURSE See Catalog or Advisor 3 CSTCOURSE Notes
Notes: Choose one course from List A and one from List B (3 credits must be upper division). List A: CST 111, 311, 312, 314, 315, 318, TH 242. List B: CST 271, 321, 323, 351, 361, 365, 424, 465, 472, 475, 477
3. LIBSTCOURSE Liberal Studies Course 3
4. LIBSTCOURSE Liberal Studies Course 3
5. CIS120 Intro To Computer Info Systems 3
Description: Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
Requirement Designation: Science and Applied Science
Currently Scheduled: Fall 2014 Spring 2015

Year 2

Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. EDF301W School And Society 3
Description: Studies social, historical, and political contexts of education in a multicultural, democratic society. Emphasizes intellectual traditions grounded in a spirited critical debate over the political, economic, and moral center of educational practice. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
Prerequisite: Sophomore Status or higher and (ENG 105 or HON 190 or English Placement Test Results (PLACE 60+))
Requirement Designation: Junior Writing Requirement
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Currently Scheduled: Fall 2014 Spring 2015
2. CONCNTRNCOURSE Concentration course 3 CONCNTRNCOURSE Notes
Notes: *See academic catalog for detailed course listing under "Concentration Requirements". Use the link at the top of this page to access the catalog.
3. LS/DIVCOURSE Liberal Studies/Diversity Course 3
4. LIBSTCOURSE Liberal Studies Course 3
5. CISELECTIVE See Catalog or Advisor 3 CISELECTIVE Notes
Notes: 3 additional units in computer literacy with a focus on word processing, spreadsheet use and database management. (must be taken within 10 years of enrollment at NAU)
Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Notes: *****See Program Information
2. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Notes: *****See Program Information
3. LS/DIVCOURSE Liberal Studies/Diversity Course 3
4. CONCNTRNCOURSE Concentration course 3 CONCNTRNCOURSE Notes
Notes: *See academic catalog for detailed course listing under "Concentration Requirements". Use the link at the top of this page to access the catalog.
5. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3

Year 3

Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Notes: *****See Program Information
2. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Notes: *****See Program Information
3. CSTCOURSE See Catalog or Advisor 3 CSTCOURSE Notes
Notes: Choose one course from List A and one from List B (3 credits must be upper division). List A: CST 111, 311, 312, 314, 315, 318, TH 242. List B: CST 271, 321, 323, 351, 361, 365, 424, 465, 472, 475, 477
4. SCIELECTIVE Science Elective 3 SCIELECTIVE Notes
Notes: Choose 12 units from: ANT 101, 102, 104, BBA 340, BIO 301, 302, PSY 230, MAT 114, STA 270, ESE 380, SOC 355W or 365, PAS/CCJ 355 OR 356, POS 303 or courses with BIO, PHY, AST, MAT, STA, GLG, ENV, or CHM prefixes. (6 hours MUST be Upper Division)
5. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Notes: *****See Program Information
2. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
3. SCIELECTIVE Science Elective 3 SCIELECTIVE Notes
Notes: Choose 12 units from: ANT 101, 102, 104, BBA 340, BIO 301, 302, PSY 230, MAT 114, STA 270, ESE 380, SOC 355W or 365, PAS/CCJ 355 OR 356, POS 303 or courses with BIO, PHY, AST, MAT, STA, GLG, ENV, or CHM prefixes. (6 hours MUST be Upper Division)
4. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
5. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3

Year 4

Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. CONCNTRNCOURSE Concentration course 3 CONCNTRNCOURSE Notes
Notes: *See academic catalog for detailed course listing under "Concentration Requirements". Use the link at the top of this page to access the catalog.
2. SPCLZTNREQURMNT Specialization Requirement - See Advisor 3 SPCLZTNREQURMNT Notes
Grade Required: Grade of "C" or better
Notes: *****See Program Information
3. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
4. SCIELECTIVE Science Elective 4 SCIELECTIVE Notes
Notes: Choose 12 units from: ANT 101, 102, 104, BBA 340, BIO 301, 302, PSY 230, MAT 114, STA 270, ESE 380, SOC 355W or 365, PAS/CCJ 355 OR 356, POS 303 or courses with BIO, PHY, AST, MAT, STA, GLG, ENV, or CHM prefixes. (6 hours MUST be Upper Division)
5. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3
Course # Course Description Units Notes
1. ECI497C Independent Study 3
Description: Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit..
Requirement Designation: Senior Capstone
Currently Scheduled: Fall 2014
2. CONCNTRNCOURSE Concentration course 3 CONCNTRNCOURSE Notes
Notes: *See academic catalog for detailed course listing under "Concentration Requirements". Use the link at the top of this page to access the catalog.
3. SCIELECTIVE Science Elective 4 SCIELECTIVE Notes
Notes: Choose 12 units from: ANT 101, 102, 104, BBA 340, BIO 301, 302, PSY 230, MAT 114, STA 270, ESE 380, SOC 355W or 365, PAS/CCJ 355 OR 356, POS 303 or courses with BIO, PHY, AST, MAT, STA, GLG, ENV, or CHM prefixes. (6 hours MUST be Upper Division)
4. GECOURSE General Elective Course 3

University Requirements Specified by Major

University requirements includes 35 units of liberal studies and 6 units of diversity coursework. The courses listed below are required for the major, but may also be used to satisfy liberal studies and/or diversity. Know that if a course is used to satisfy more than one requirement it is only counted once in the cumulative totals. The sections that are blank can be satisfied with any course from the approved list of liberal studies or diversity.
Foundation Requirements:English (FNRQ:ENG) (4 units) ENG 105 (4)
Foundation Requirements:Math (FNRQ:MAT) (3 units) MAT 114 (3)
Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry (AHI) (6 units) Student Choice (6)
Social and Political Worlds (SPW) (6 units) Student Choice (6)
Cultural Understanding (CU) (6 units) Student Choice (6)
Science/Applied Science (SAS/LAB) (7 units) CIS 120 (3)
Liberal Studies Elective (3 units) Student Choice (3)
Diversity:U.S. Ethnic (DIV:ETHN) (3 units) Student Choice (3)
Diversity:Global (DIV:GLBL) (3 units) Student Choice (3)

Program Information

PROGRAM INFORMATION:



This degree does not lead to teacher certification. Please see an advisor for more information.



  • This degree progression plan is to be used in conjunction with the academic catalog and degree progress report.


  • Students should see an academic advisor regularly to confirm their academic progress.


  • Students must see an academic advisor before enrollment for the final term in preparation for graduation.


  • Many courses have pre-requisites. Please check the academic catalog for pre-requisite and placement information.


  • Submit graduation application prior to the anticipated final semester.


Liberal Studies Distribution blocks

For information on course equivalencies at AZ Community Colleges, visit: http://www.aztransfer.com/

Students transferring an AGEC will have met all liberal studies requirements. Please see an advisor for more information.



 AHI (6 units); SPW (6 units); CU (6 units);  Science (7 units);  Additional 3 units to reach 35 total         





    Learning and Pedagogy Specialization Requirement:******
    Specialization  -  LEARNING & PEDGOGY (28 units)  -  Requires a minimum grade of C in all courses



    Educational Foundations (3-6 units)

    REQUIRED COURSE:  EDF 301W** School and Society    3 units

    EDF 200    Introduction to Education    3 units

    BME 310    Foundations of Multicultural Education    3 units



    Learning & Development (3-12 units)

    ECI 305    Early Childhood Development    3 units

    EPS 324    Educational Psychology in Elem. & Middle Sch.    3 units

    EPS 325    Educational Psychology in Middle & High Sch.    3 units

    ESE 380    Introduction to Exceptional Children    3 units

    PSY 240*    Developmental Psychology    3 units

    PSY 320*    Principles of Learning    3 units

    PSY 340*    Child and Adolescent Development    3 units

    SOC 417    Sociology of Childhood    3 units



    Literacy & Language Development (3-12 units)

    BME 420    Literacy & Biliteracy Development    3 units

    ECI 302    Children¿s Literature    3 units

    ECI 309*    Developmental Literacy & Lang. Arts in the Elem. School    3 units

    ECI 310*    Reading Theory, Decoding, & Lang. Arts in the Elem. School    5 units

    ENG 308*    Introduction to Linguistics    3 units

    ENG 403*    Approaches to the Teaching of Writing    3 units

    SST 350    Communication Development in Children    3 units



    Issues in Pedagogy (3-12 units)

    ECI 300*    Mathematics in the Elementary School    3 units

    ECI 306*    Science in the Elementary School    3 units

    ECI 307*    Social Studies in the Elementary School    3 units

    ECI 311    Activities for Early Childhood Education    3 units

    ECI 321*    Elementary School Curriculum     3 units

    ECI 322*    Secondary School Curriculum    3 units

    ECI 450*    High School Teaching Methods    3 units

    FOR 203    Project Learning Tree    1 unit

    FOR 204    Project Wild    1 unit

    FOR 205    Project Wild Aquatics    1 unit

    CTE 301    Integrated Teaching and Learning    3 units

    CTE 431    Presentation of Technical Material in CTE    3 units

    CTE 433    Program and Curriculum Planning in CTE    3 units

    CTE 465    Methods of Career & Technical Education    3 units

    CTE 486*    Multimedia Development    3 units



    Capstone Experience (3 units)

    ECI 497C**    Independent Study    3 units



    Advising Contact:
    Extended Campuses Student Service Center
    1-800-426-8315
    Online.Advising@nau.edu
     



    General Information

    Progression Plans are intended to provide a general road map related to the sequencing of courses. 

    For a full description of degree requirements, review the university catalog.  To determine what requirements you may have already met through transfer credits, AP/IB courses, or test credits review your degree progress report.

    Some courses may have pre-requisites and/or require appropriate placement scores in Mathematics and English.  If you do not have the appropriate placement or pre-requisite courses, you may have to take more courses than are presented on the Progression Plan. 

    Not all classes are offered every term so use caution when changing the sequencing of courses.

    For further clarification, refer to the catalog (link provided at the top of this page) or speak with an academic advisor.