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Middle-Level Education (Grades 4-8)

Teacher candidates pursue an academic program that includes general education courses, professional education courses, and an area of concentration, i.e. English language and reading, mathematics, science, or social studies.

General Education
The mid-level education major should fulfill the general education requirements of the university.

Education Core:
ED 110, 122, EDML 322, 324, 325, 329, 332, 333, 334; ED 350, 417.

Special Education Core:
SPED 418, 441, 442.

Student Teaching (12 credits):
EDML 424, 425.

Middle-Level Specialization (30 credits)
English/Language-Reading Concentration
:
ENG 199, 207, 242, 262, 263, 339, 470, 482; EDML 332, 333.

Content Competencies:
(ED 350; ENG 459, 462, 463, select one); NSCI 150, 151; SCED 205, (PHSC 111, 112; BIOL 111, 140, select one); MATH 111, 211, 112, 113; HIST 120 or 121, 111 or 112 or 113; PS 211; GEOG 100.

Mathematics Concentration:
MATH 111, 211, 112, 171, 113 or 221 or 321, 212 or 357, 213 or 260 or 270, 214 or 340, 215 or 285, 454.

Required Content Competencies:
ED 122, 417, 350; NSCI 150, 151; SCED 205; PHSC 111, 112; BIOL 111, (ES 111, 140, select one),ENG 111, 263; HIST 120 or 121, 111 or 112 or 113; PS 211; GEOG 100.

Science Concentration:
BIOL 155, 165, 156, 166, 202; CHEM 153, 163; ES 150, 280; PH 251, 252.

Content Competencies:
ED 122, 417, 350; ENG 111, 263, 463; EDML 332, 333; HIST 120 or 121, 111 or 112 or 113, PS 211; GEOG 100.

Social Studies Concentration:
HIST 120, 121, 111;; PS 211; BIOL 476; GEOG 100; Choose 3 from: HIST 112, 113, 130, 131, 286; ANTH 211.

Content Competencies:
ED 122, 417, 350; NSCI 150, 151; SCED 205; PHSC 111, 112; BIOL 111; ES 111, 140 select one); ENG 111, 263; EDML 332, 333; MATH 111, 211, 112, 113.

Integrated Middle-Level Education/Special Education (Grades 4-8):
Teacher candidates pursue an academic program that includes general education courses, professional education courses and an area of emphasis, i.e., English language-reading, mathematics, science, or social studies. This course of study is integrated with a master's in education with special education concentration. Please refer to the Clarion University Graduate Catalog for specific requirements at the graduate level.