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									                                                             ADVISING CHECKSHEET
                                                                       Computer Education
                                                                EFFECTIVE CATALOG YEAR 2012 - 2013

Student: __________________________________________________ ID#: ___________________________________
Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________
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Step One: Complete all General Education Course Requirements                                 Step Five: During the Advanced Professional Block
Completed ( √ )   Items to remember:                                                         Completed ( √ )       Items to remember:

                  1.    Students placed in pre-general education course (ENGL 033,                                 1.   a. Endorsements require additional testing.
                        LART 100, MATH 021, MATH 101) must enroll in and                                                b. Successfully complete the Praxis II Content Exam
                        successfully complete the courses within the first 30 credit hours                                ** Computer Ed majors use the DSU CAAP Exam **
                        attempted.                                                                                          See Dr. Crystal Pauli for exam information

                  2.    Students placed above the Pre-General Education courses                                    2.   Successfully complete all course work prior to student teaching
                        (MATH 102 or higher and ENGL 101) must enroll in and                                            with a “C” or better in all professional education courses.
                        successfully complete the courses within the first 48 credit hours
                        attempted.

                  3.    Successfully complete ENGL 101, MATH 102 and SPCM 101                                      3.    Attend an Admission to Student Teaching meeting and apply
                        with a grade of “C” or better.                                                                  for admission to the Student Teaching program.

                  4.    Take one course that meets the Global Issues requirement (see                              4.   Apply for graduation and schedule your final degree audit with
                        General Education Block)                                                                        the Registrar’s Office.

                  5.    Complete paperwork to declare minors.                                                      5.   Complete the Disposition Survey online (at completion of Level
                                                                                                                        III field experiences).

Step Two: Complete during the Pre-Professional Block                                         Step Six: During the Student Teaching semester
Completed ( √ )   Items to remember:                                                         Completed ( √ )       Items to remember:

                  1.    Successfully complete the Praxis I (PPST) exams.                                           1.   Successfully complete the Praxis II Principles of Teaching and
                        a.    Reading (#0710) passing score: 173                                                        Learning (PLT) exam.
                        b.   Writing (#0720) passing score: 172                                                         a. Endorsements Require Additional Testing
                        c.   Math (#0730) passing score: 171                                                                7—12 PLT (#0624) passing score: 157
                                                                                                                        See Dr. Crystal Pauli for exam information

                  2.    Complete 30 hours of community service and turn in                                         2.    Prepare your credentials file with the Career Services Office.
                        Verification Form to the Kennedy Center Office.

                  3.    Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.6; successfully completing            Step Seven: Upon completing the student teaching semester
                        EDFN 338, EPSY 302 and SPED 100 with a grade of “C” or
                        better.

                  4.    Complete the Disposition Survey online (during SPED 100).             Completed ( √ )      Items to remember:

Step Three: After successfully completing 32 credit hours                                                          1.   Attend the final student teaching seminar and apply for teacher
                                                                                                                        certification.

Completed ( √ )   Items to remember:                                                                               2.   Complete the Disposition Survey online (during final student
                                                                                                                        teaching seminar).

                  1.     Attend an Admission to Teacher Education meeting and apply          Notes:
                        for admission to the Teacher Education program.

Step Four: After successfully completing 48 credit hours
Completed ( √ )   Items to remember:

                  1.    Complete the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency
                        Exam (CAAP) and the Computer Competency Exam
                        (TEK.XAM).



                       Signatures indicate understanding of program requirements and expectations.

                  Student’s Signature                                  Date                                     Advisor’s Signature                                     Date
                                                                                       GENERAL EDUCATION BLOCK


                                    STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE 30 HOURS OF SYSTEM-WIDE GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES IN THEIR FIRST 64 CREDIT HOURS.

      Course Number                 CR                                 Course Title                            Semester         Year          Grade              Transfer/Substitute/Comments
 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #1:
 WRITTEN                            3      ENGL 101 – Composition I1                                           FA/SP
 COMMUNICATION
                                                                       2
 (6 CREDITS TOTAL)                  3      ENGL 201 –Composition II                                            FA/SP
 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #2:                      Choose one:
                                                                             1
 ORAL COMMUNICATION                 3      SPCM 101 – Fundamentals of Speech                                   FA/SP
 (3 CREDITS TOTAL)                         SPCM 215 – Public Speaking                                          SP
                                           SPCM 222 – Argumentation & Debate                                   as needed
 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #3:
                                    3      INED 211 SD American Indian Culture and Education                   FA/SP
 SOCIAL SCIENCES
                                    3      EPSY 210 Lifespan Development**                                     FA/SP
 (6 CREDITS TOTAL)
                                           The following courses will meet the Globalization/Global
                                           Issues Requirement:

 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #4:                      ARTH 211 – History of World Art I*
                                           ARTH 212 – History of World Art I I*
 ARTS AND HUMANITIES                                                    2
                                           ENGL 211 – World Literature I *
 (6 CREDITS TOTAL)                                                       2
                                           ENGL 212 – World Literature II *                                    See Web
                                           MUS 100 – Music Appreciation*                                       Advisor to
 Choose two (separate                      THEA 100 – Introduction to Theatre*                                 view
 disciplines or a sequence                 THEA 200 – Theatre History*                                         available
 of foreign language),              6                                                                          times.
                                           THEA 201 – Film Appreciation*
 including one that meets                  ALL Foreign Languages*
 the Global Issues
 requirement (*).                          For additional ART, ARTH, ENGL, HIST, PHIL and THEA courses
                                           available, see the current course catalog at
                                           http://catalog.dsu.edu/
 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #5:
 MATHEMATICS                        3      MATH 102 – College Algebra1                                         FA/SP
 (3 CREDITS TOTAL)
                                           Choose two:
                                           BIOL 101 – Biology Survey I/Lab #
                                           BIOL 103 – Biology Survey II2 (3)
                                           BIOL 151 – General Biology I/Lab #
                                           BIOL 165 – General Zoology/Lab2
                                           BIOL 201 – General Botany/Lab2
                                           CHEM 106 – Chemistry Survey/Lab
 SYSTEM-WIDE GOAL #6:                      CHEM 108 – Organic & Biochemistry/Lab                               See Web
                                           CHEM 112 – General Chemistry I/Lab                                  Advisor to
                                    6-8    CHEM 114 – General Chemistry II/Lab2                                view
 NATURAL SCIENCES
 (6 CREDITS TOTAL)                         PHYS 111 – Intro to Physics I/Lab2 # #                              available
                                           PHYS 113 – Intro to Physics II/Lab2                                 times.
                                           PHYS 211 – University Physics I/ Lab2 # #
                                           PHYS 213 – University Physics II/ Lab2
                                           # - Students may receive credit for only one of these biology
                                           courses.
                                           # # - Students may receive credit for only one of these physics
                                           courses.
 INSTITUTIONAL GRAD. REQ.
 GOAL #1:                           3      CSC 105 – Introduction to Computers                                FA/SP
 INFO SYSTEMS / COMP
 TECHNOLOGY                         3      CSC 150 – Computer Science I: Principles of Programming             FA/SP
 (6 CREDITS TOTAL)
                                           Choose one:
                                           ENGL 210 - Introduction to Literature**                             See Web
 INSTITUTIONAL GRAD. REQ.                  HIST 151 - US History I **
 GOAL #2:
                                                                                                               Advisor to
                                           HIST 152 - US History II **                                         view
 WRITTEN COMM.                      3
                                           HIST 256 - World History**
 (3 CREDITS TOTAL)                                                                                             available
                                           SOC 100 - Introduction to Sociology**
                                                                                                               times.
                                           SOC 150 - Social Problems**
                                           SOC 285 - Society and Technology**
 INSTITUTIONAL GRAD. REQ.           1      WEL 100 Wellness for Life                                           FA/SP
 GOAL #3:
 PERSONAL WELLNESS
                                    1      WEL 100L Wellness for Life Lab                                      FA/SP
 (2 CREDITS TOTAL)
General Education Block Total: 41-43 credit hours

     LEGEND
     (1) No grade less than a “C”
     (2) Requires prerequisite course(s)
      Indicates courses leading to the K-12 Educational Technology Endorsement.
     (*) Students are required to complete one course that provides a globalization/global issues perspective. Courses in the literature and humanities/arts that will meet this
     globalization/global issues requirement are indicated by an asterisk.
     (**) Meets the IGR Written Communication Requirement.
                                                                                            PRE-PROFESSIONAL BLOCK


 Note: A cumulative GPA of 2.6 and a GPA of 2.7 in the content major courses is required for admission to teacher education and student teaching.

   Course Number          CR                              Course Title                                                Semester          Year       Grade                Transfer/Substitute/Comments
                                                                              1, Level I Field Exp.
 EDFN 338                 2      Foundations of American Education                                                    FA/SP
                                                          1, Level 1 Field Exp.
 EPSY 302                 3      Educational Psychology                                                               FA/SP

 SEED 295                 1      Practicum: Pre-Admission                                                             FA/SP
                                                                                  1, Level 1 Field Exp.
 SPED 100                 3      Intro. to Persons with Exceptionalities                                              FA/SP
Pre-Professional Block Total: 9 credit hours

                                                                                        MAJOR REQUIREMENT COURSES


 Note: A cumulative GPA of 2.6 and a GPA of 2.7 in the content major courses is required for admission to teacher education and student teaching.

   Course Number          CR                              Course Title                                                Semester          Year       Grade                Transfer/Substitute/Comments
                                                             
 CIS 130                  3      Visual Basic Programming                                                             FA/SP

 CIS 251                  3      Business Applications Programming2                                                   FA/SP
                                                              (prereq. CIS 130 or CSC 150)

 CIS 275                  3      Web Application Programming I2                                                       FA
                                           (prereq. Any two: CIS 130, 251 or CSC 150, 250)

 CIS 325                  3      Management Information Systems                                                       FA/SP

                                                                                    2
 CIS 332                  3      Structured Systems Analysis and Design                                               FA
                                                                  (prereq. CSC 105 or 130)

 CIS 350                  3      Computer Hardware, Data Commun. & Networking                                        FA/SP
                                                2
 CIS 383                  3      Networking I                                           (prereq. CIS 350)             FA/SP

 Choose three credits            CSC 206 – Advanced Computer Apps2 (1)                                                FA/SP
 from the following:             CSC 207 – Advanced Applications: Spreadsheets (1)                                    FA/SP
                          3
                                 CSC 208 – Advanced Applications: Database (1)                                        FA/SP
 (prereq. CSC 105)               CSC 209 – Advanced Applications: SAS (1)                                             SU ONLY

 EDFN 365                 3      Computer-Based Technology & Learning                                                FA/SP

Major Requirement Block Total: 27 credit hours

                                                                                                      MINOR                                      (18 credit hours)


   Course Number          CR                              Course Title                                                Semester          Year       Grade                Transfer/Substitute/Comments




                                                                                                          ELECTIVES                              (4 credit hours)


   Course Number          CR                              Course Title                                            Semester       Year          Grade                 Transfer/Substitute/Comments
                                                                                     EARLY PROFESSIONAL BLOCK                All courses completed with a “C” or better.


  Early Professional Block courses must be completed concurrently with the Advanced Professional Block courses semester and require admission to teacher education.
  Note: A cumulative GPA of 2.6 and a GPA of 2.7 in the content major courses is required for admission to teacher education and student teaching.

    Course Number           CR                                Course Title                            Semester        Year        Grade              Transfer/Substitute/Comments

  EDFN 475                  3      Human Relations (Admission to Teacher Ed not required)             FA/SP
                                                                        2, Level 2 Field Exp.
  SEED 450                  3      Reading and Content Literacy                                       FA

Early Professional Block Total: 6 credit hours

                                                                                 ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL BLOCK                         All courses completed with a “C” or better.


  All SEED courses require admission to teacher education.
  Note: A cumulative GPA of 2.6 and a GPA of 2.7 in the content major courses is required for admission to teacher education and student teaching.

    Course Number           CR                                Course Title                            Semester        Year    Grade                  Transfer/Substitute/Comments

  SEED 302                  2      Secondary & Middle Level Content Methods:                          FA
                                   Business/Computers 2, Level 3 Field Exp.
Advanced Professional Block Total: 2 credit hours

                                                                                     STUDENT TEACHING SEMESTER                        All courses completed with a “C” or better.


  Admission to student teaching required for enrollment in SEED 488.
  Note: A cumulative GPA of 2.6 and a GPA of 2.7 in the content major courses is required for admission to teacher education and student teaching.

    Course Number           CR                                Course Title                            Semester        Year        Grade              Transfer/Substitute/Comments

  ED 488                    8      K-12 Student Teaching                                              FA/SP

  EDFN 465                  2      Multimedia and Web Development in Education                       FA/SP
                                                                                 
  SEED 401                  2      Methods of Educational Technology                                  FA/SP
                                                                 (recommended)
  SEED 440                  2      Classroom Management                                               FA /SP
Student Teaching Semester Total: 14 credit hours


                                                                    EDUCATION ENDORSEMENTS AND MINORS

   BUILT IN ENDORSEMENT: K – 12 Educational Technology does this need to be here? It makes no sense if no courses are listed…
   NOTE: Coursework for ALL education endorsement programs must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher according to the South Dakota
                  Administrative Rules for Certification 24:15:03:07.
   The SD Department of Education grants endorsements for middle level (grades 5-8) content areas. DSU students are eligible to receive middle
   level endorsements from the SD Department of Education based upon successful completion of the appropriate Praxis Middle Level Content exam

        Prefix & #                                   Course Title                                HR              GR          YR                  Transfer/Substitute/Comments

   ASSISTANT HIGH SCHOOL OR ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL COACH EDUCATION ENDORSEMENT PROGRAM

   PE 354                  Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries                               2

   HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY/HEAD COACH EDUCATION ENDORSEMENT PROGRAM

   In addition to PE 354, select course(s) for each sport to be coached:

   PE 469                  Coaching Baseball/Softball                                             2

   PE 470                  Coaching Basketball                                                    2

   PE 471                  Coaching Football                                                      2

   PE 473                  Coaching Track and Field/CC                                            2

   PE 475                  Coaching Volleyball                                                    2
                                               (optional)
   PE 453                  Sports Psychology                                                      2

								
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