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Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A.E.) Degrees

Foundations and Skills (25 semester hours maximum)

Preparing Adults for Career Excellence (PACE) (3 semester hours) GEN 1500 (This course is designed to help adult students make the transition to a rigorous accelerated learning format. It is designed to be taken in the first semester of study in which the student is enrolled at the first block of the semester (e.g., a student initially enrolling in block 2 in the spring would take this course in the next fall semester). This is a required course for all students entering the B.B.A. and B.A.E. degree programs with less than 85 hours of credit.

• Students will use more than one academic perspective to demonstrate content knowledge.

• Students will demonstrate effective use of active reading strategies.

• Students will demonstrate effective use of active listening strategies.

• Students will be able to summarize course content in writing.

• Students will be able to analyze and interpret course content in writing.

• Students will be able to engage in critical dialogue about the course content.

First Year Writing (3 semester hours) ENGL 1103

Second Year Writing (3 semester hours) ENGL 2111 or other APPROVED writing-focused course at 2000 level

Quantitative Literacy (4-6 semester hours)

Perspectives (25 semester hours)

Historical and Social (6-9 semester hours) selected from APPROVED courses

Interpretive (6- 9 semester hours) selected from APPROVED courses

Creative (3-6 semester hours) selected from APPROVED courses

Natural Sciences (6 semester hours) selected from APPROVED courses

Non-Western Perspective (3 semester hours)

The Non-Western Perspective is a graduation requirement and may be fulfilled by APPROVED courses from Foundations and Skills or Perspectives.