May 18, 2024  

Integrative Studies, Educational Careers Concentration (B.S.Ed.)

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The Integrative Studies Educational Careers concentration, a non-licensure concentration, does not require admittance to the Teacher Education Program (TEP), It does, however, require a 2.25 grade point average, C- or better in all courses in the major, and 45 upper-division hours for graduation. This concentration is designed for undergraduates who wish to work in the schools with students in a non- teaching role. This concentration will prepare students to become behavior specialists, registered behavior technicians (RBT®), paraprofessionals, and educational assistants. This degree also equips a student with content knowledge desired for a Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), and/or a related field.

University General Education Program (41 hours)

See Graduation from the University  for the University General Education Program requirements.

NOTE: The following University General Education Program requirements are specified by the department for this major:

Mathematics (3 hours):

Humanities/Fine Arts (9 hours):

History (6 hours):

Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 hours):

Natural Sciences (8 hours):

Educational Careers Concentration

Electives (Educational Careers)

Electives (26 hours) 

Please select electives that compliment your degree path or future goals. Students may choose to take a course listed below or another course of their choice. It is suggested to work with your advisor in selecting electives. The choices below have been selected frequently and are listed as a reference.

Typical 4-Year Sequence for ITGS: Educational Careers

Freshman Year

Semester Totals 30 hrs

Sophomore Year

Semester Totals 31 hrs

Semester Totals 30 hrs

Senior Year

Semester Totals 29 hrs

Total: 120 Hours

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