Bachelor of Science in Education Associate to Bachelor's by MichaelChoate

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Bachelor of                                                        Pre-Secondary Education – Natural Science Endorsement (LANSO)
                                                                                         Associate in Science
 Science in                      General Education Requirements ........................................................................................................................................27
                                   Communications                                                                                 Mathematics

 Education
                                   ENGL    1010               English Composition I                                    4.5        MATH 1310                   Intermediate Algebra                                  4.5
                                   ENGL    1020               English Composition II                                   4.5        Other
                                   SPCH    1110               Public Speaking                                          4.5        EDUC 2030                   Human Relations in Education +                        4.5
     with a Field                                                                                                                 INFO    1001                Information Systems & Literacy ^                      4.5
 Endorsement in                  Major Requirements for Pre-Secondary Education – Natural Science Endorsement ....................................................75.5
 Natural Science                   English (Gen. Ed. Requirement for all UNO Education majors)                                  Social Sciences Select 2 courses (or 3 courses – see note ~ below)
                                   ENGL     2450     Introduction to Literature                                        4.5      ECON      1000          HIST        1020            SOCI      1010
                                                                                                                                ECON      1100          HIST        1110            SOCI      1250
                                                                                                                                GEOG 1010               HIST        1120            SOCI      2050
                                                                                                                                GEOG 1050               POLS        2050            SOCI      2160
                                                                                                                                GEOG 2150               POLS        2070
                                                                                                                                HIST      1010          PSYC        1010
                                   Humanities Select 1 course (or 2 courses – see note ~ below)                                 Natural Sciences/Quantitative/Numeracy Skills
                                   PHIL      1010    Introduction to Philosophy                     4.5                         BIOS      1110       Biology I                                  5
Associate to                       PHIL
                                   PHIL
                                             1100
                                             2030
                                                     Critical Reasoning
                                                     Introduction to Ethics
                                                                                                    4.5
                                                                                                    4.5
                                                                                                                                BIOS
                                                                                                                                BIOS
                                                                                                                                          1120
                                                                                                                                          1130
                                                                                                                                                     Biology II
                                                                                                                                                     Biology III
                                                                                                                                                                                                5
                                                                                                                                                                                                5
 Bachelor’s                        PHIL
                                   ENGL
                                             2200
                                             2460
                                                     Introduction to Comparative Religion
                                                         HUMS           1000       SPAN        1110
                                                                                                    4.5                         CHEM 1210&1211 General Chemistry: Part I & II
                                                                                                                                                     -or-
                                                                                                                                                                                                6

                 (AB)             ENGL
                                   ENGL
                                             2510
                                             2520
                                                         HUMS
                                                         HUMS
                                                                        1110
                                                                        1120
                                                                                   SPAN
                                                                                   SPAN
                                                                                               1120
                                                                                               2110
                                                                                                                                CHEM 1212
                                                                                                                                GEOG 1210
                                                                                                                                                     General Chemistry: Accelerated
                                                                                                                                                     Introduction to Physical Geology
                                                                                                                                                                                                6
                                                                                                                                                                                                6
   Articulation                    ENGL
                                   ENGL
                                             2610
                                             2620
                                                         JAPN
                                                         MUSC
                                                                        any
                                                                        1010
                                                                                   SPAN
                                                                                   SPCH
                                                                                               2120
                                                                                               1300

   Agreement                       FREN
                                   GERM any
                                             any         MUSC           1020       THEA        1000

                                   Cultural Studies Select 1 course (see note ~ below)                                          Electives Select at least 18 credit hours
                                   HIST      1050    Introduction to Black History                  4.5                         CHEM 2310              Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry                            6
                                   SOCI      2060    Multicultural Issues                           4.5                         BIOS      2050         Genetics                                                     4.5
                                   HUMS 1140         Multicultural Humanities I                     4.5                         EDUC      2010         Human Growth & Learning +                                    4.5
                                   HUMS 1150         Multicultural Humanities II                    4.5                         EDUC      2020         Educational Foundations +                                    4.5
 For more information contact:                                                                                                  PHYS      110ABC Principles of Physics IA, IB, IC                                   7.5
                                                                                                                                PHYS      111ABC Principles of Physics IIA, IIB, IIC                                7.5
    Office of Student Services                                                                                                  SCIE      1300&1310 Astronomy & Lab                                                 6
                 Metropolitan
         Community College       Total Required Quarter Hours ..............................................................................................................................................102.5
      Elkhorn Valley Campus
               (402) 289-1205    NOTES
         Fort Omaha Campus       ~ Some courses in Humanities, Cultural Studies and Social Sciences overlap. A class in one category may meet or affect
               (402) 457-2705    requirements in another. For example, students electing to take an HIST or SOCI course under Cultural Studies will choose
       South Omaha Campus
               (402) 738-4505
                                 2 courses under Humanities to meet that requirement. Students taking a HUMS course under Cultural Studies will take 3
         Sarpy County Center     courses from the Social Sciences category to meet that requirement. See your advisor for details
               (402) 537-3800
               Fremont Center    * Courses are required for MCC’s Associate in Science Degree but do not transfer to UNO’s College of Education
               (402) 721-2507
   Applied Technology Center
               (402) 763-5800    ^ Courses transfer to UNO, but do not apply to the Natural Science Endorsement.
             www.mccneb.edu
                                 + Courses are part of the TE@M Learning Community, which begins every Fall or Winter Quarter (you choose) – Special
                                 admission requirements exist for TE@M – see TE@M application at www.mccneb.edu/team
  University of Nebraska at
                        Omaha
          College of Education
  Office of Academic Advising
                (402) 554-2717
      http://coe.unomaha.edu/




                                 A maximum of 96 quarter hours (64 semester hours) can be transferred into the University of Nebraska at Omaha.



Valid 2009–2010 Catalog Year
                                                       The Pre-Professional Skills Tests (PPST) should be completed prior to transferring to UNO and
                                                               must be successfully completed prior to beginning education courses at UNO.
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                                                            University of Nebraska at Omaha
   Bachelor of
                                                                 College of Education
   Science in
   Education                       UNO College of Education Offers:
                                    Small class size (under 35 per class)
                                                                                                 Why is this important? What Makes UNO unique?
                                                                                                  Allows for personal contact with instructor
       with a Field                 Centralized advising office staffed by professional          Office is staffed 40 hours per week to advise and
   Endorsement in                     academic advisors                                             assist students with program planning
                                    Extensive field experiences                                  Provide opportunity to get into schools before student
   Natural Science                                                                                  teaching – help evaluate interest and ability in
                                                                                                    teaching
                                       Nationally accredited program for teacher preparation     Meets high academic program standards
 Associate to                          Classes taught by faculty, not by graduate assistants     Personal interest on the part of faculty in major
                                                                                                    coursework
  Bachelor’s                           Excellent opportunity to work with metro area schools     School districts in area like the quality of teachers
                                                                                                    from our program
                  (AB)                Special Program Opportunities:                            Organizations provide an opportunity to expand the
   Articulation                               Honors
                                              Minority Intern Program
                                                                                                    college experience and enhance personal and
                                                                                                    professional skills
   Agreement                                  Student Education Association
                                              Scholarship Opportunities
                                       Diverse student population                                  A great learning environment!

 For more information contact:

    Office of Student Services
                                           Admission to UNO and the College of Education
                 Metropolitan
         Community College                     Prospective UNO students interested in the College of Education should indicate this preference on their
      Elkhorn Valley Campus                     University application for admission.
               (402) 289-1205
         Fort Omaha Campus
               (402) 457-2705
                                                The deadlines for admission to UNO are:
       South Omaha Campus                          Fall                                   Spring                                     Summer
               (402) 738-4505                    August 1                               December 1                                    June 1
         Sarpy County Center
               (402) 537-3800
               Fremont Center                  An admission application is available online at www.unomaha.edu or by calling 554-2393.
               (402) 721-2507
   Applied Technology Center
               (402) 763-5800
                                               Formal Admission Process to Teacher Preparation Programs
             www.mccneb.edu                     All Pre-Education students interested in becoming teachers must formally apply for admission to the
                                                University of Nebraska at Omaha Teacher Preparation Programs. Admission is selective. Applications are
       University of Nebraska                   reviewed by the College of Education’s Admission Review Committee.
                      at Omaha
           College of Education
   Office of Academic Advising                  The deadlines for C.O.E. admission are:
                 (402) 554-2717                  March 1                                June 1                                  October 1
        http://coe.unomaha.edu
                                                Specific information on the process and requirements can be found at:
                                                http://coe.unomaha.edu/oss/PreEdadmissons.php.

                                  Students must meet the cumulative GPA requirement of 2.5, as well as successfully complete the Pre-Professionals Skills
                                  Test (PPST). The PPST exam includes basic skills testing in reading, mathematics and writing, and is designed to provide
                                  information about basic proficiency in communication and computation. Please contact the UNO College of Education Office
                                  of Student Services at 554-2717 information or visit UNO College of Education website at http://coe.unomaha.edu/ted/

Valid 2009-2010 Catalog Year

								
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