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                                                       Texas State University
                                                        College of Education
                                              http://www.education.txstate.edu/advising/
                                     Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
                                                      4 – 8 Science
                                               Major Code: 225.64             Catalog Year: 2008
                                          Worksheet for Advisement Purposes Only – Not an Official Outline
                            (NOTE: This outline is subject to revision due to State-mandated changes or local policy changes)

     CORE Curriculum                                                            Interdisciplinary Studies Major
                 (Core)
     Prefix                        Course    Sub       Grade     Hours          Prefix          Course        Sub     Grade     Hours
     ENG*
              (10)
                                   1310                             3           BIO             1430                                4
     ENG*
              (10)
                                   1320                             3           BIO             1431                                4
                 (11)
     COMM                          1310                             3           BIO             2411                                4

     MATH*
                 (20)              1315 or
                                                                    3           BIO****         2450                                4
                                   1319
                                                                                BIO             3421                                4
     PHYS*
                 (30)
                                   1310                             3
                                                                                BIO             4305                                3
     PHYS*
                 (30)
                                   1320                             3
                                                                                BIO             4402                                4
     PHYS*
                 (31)
                                   1110                             1
                     (40)                                                       BIO             4403                                4
     ENG Lit                       23xx                             3
                                                                                BIO             4416                                4
              (41)                 1305 or
     PHIL                                                           3                           1340 or
                                   1320                                         PHYS                                                3
                                                                                                1350
     Fine Arts**
                            (50)
                                   2313                             3
              (60)                                                              CHEM*****       1341/1141                           4
     HIST                          1310                             3
              (60)                                                              CHEM*****       1342/1142                           4
     HIST                          1320                             3
              (70)
                                                                                MATH            2321                                3
     POSI                          2310                             3
              (70)
                                                                                MATH            2331                                3
     POSI                          2320                             3
                                                                                MATH            3315                                3
     Soc Sci***
                            (80)
                                                                    3
              (90)
                                                                                RDG             3315                                3
     PFW                           Act                              1
              (90)
                                                                                RDG             4310                                3
     PFW                           Act                              1
          (90)
                                                                                Total                                              61
     US                            1100                             1
                                                                               ****BIO 2450 Genetics is a prerequisite for many BIO courses.
     Total                                                          46         BIO 3351 Forensic & Human Genetics may be substituted for
                                                                               BIO 2450 if additional BIO courses are not taken in the future.
    *These courses must be completed with grades of “C” or
    better.                                                                    *****CHEM 1341/1141 & 1342/1142 are prerequisites for many
                                                                               BIO (BIO 2450) and CHEM courses. CHEM 1310, 1430 may be
    **Choose one from ART, DAN, MU, or TH 2313.                                substituted for CHEM 1341/1141 & 1342/1142 if student is
                                                                               planning to complete BIO 3351 Forensic & Human Genetics.
    ***Choose one from ANTH 1312, ECO 2301,
       ECO 2314, GEO 1310, PSY 1300, or SOCI 1310.                                Pedagogy & Professional Responsibility
                                                                                Prefix          Course        Sub     Grade     Hours
    A maximum of 66 credit hours from Community/Junior
    College may be applied toward the degree.                                   CI              3310                                3

    A minimum of 128 hours is required for this degree.                         CI              3325                                3
                                                                                CI              3300                                3
    For this degree, you must take two semesters of
    the same foreign language UNLESS you took two                               CI              4300                                3
    years of the same foreign language in high school.                          SPED            4344                                3
    All courses in Interdisciplinary Studies Major and                          EDST            4680                                6
    Pedagogy & Professional Responsibility must be                              Total                                              21
    completed with a grade of “C” or better.




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                           4-8 SCIENCE - EDUCATION COURSE SEQUENCE
ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
During the first semester on campus, students who are planning on pursuing teacher certification must attend a Teacher
Education Information Meeting. Each semester, meeting dates and times will be posted on the Office of Educator Preparation
website, www.education.txstate.edu/oep.


EDUCATION COURSE SEQUENCE
Students will begin the education course sequence after the following requirements have been met:
    •   Completed 60 semester credit hours
    •   Earned a 2.5 cumulative GPA
    •   Been formally admitted into the Teacher Education program

Semester One:
        Education Core – CI 3310, CI 3325
        Additional courses may be completed at this time.

     Apply for a Field Based Block placement prior to registration for the upcoming semester. Refer to the Department
     of Curriculum and Instruction website at www.education.txstate.edu/ci for more information.

Semester Two:
        Field Based Block 1 – RDG 3315, RDG 4310
        Additional courses, such as SPED 4344, may be completed at this time.

     Apply for a Field Based Block placement prior to registration for the upcoming semester. Refer to the Department
     of Curriculum and Instruction website at www.education.txstate.edu/ci for more information.

Semester Three:
        Field Based Block 2 – CI 4300, CI 3300
        Additional courses may be completed at this time.

     Attend Student Teacher Roundup at the beginning of the semester prior to the student teaching semester. For
     dates and locations refer to the Office of Educator Preparation website at www.education.txstate.edu/oep. This
     meeting is MANDATORY and begins the Student Teaching Application process.

Semester Four:
        Student Teaching – EDST 4680

     *Apply for graduation online through CatsWeb (under Academic Records) at the beginning of the semester.

     *Take required TExES exams. Refer to the Office of Educator Preparation (www.education.txstate.edu/oep) for
     more information.

     *Upon completion of all certification requirements (student teaching, graduation, and passing scores on
     required TExES exams), apply for certification on-line. Refer to the Office of Educator Preparation
     (www.education.txstate.edu/oep) for more information.




Students are ultimately responsible for knowing and fulfilling all University, College, Major, and Certification requirements. Failure to meet requirements
and stated deadlines may delay graduation. Students who, at any time, are confused about academic requirements for their progress toward a degree
and certification are encouraged and expected to meet with an advisor, adhering to the posted advising schedules and procedures.
This worksheet is intended as a quick and easy guide for your degree/certification but does not substitute for a Degree Audit Report (DAR). It is
important that you meet with an advisor and refer to all information given to you throughout the course of your tenure at Texas State. Students are also
encouraged to refer to the Undergraduate Texas State Catalog and Schedule of Classes for additional official information and semester calendars. The
College of Education website (http://www.education.txstate.edu) may provide answers to most questions students have about major and certification
requirements.
                                     Texas State University-San Marcos is a member of the Texas State University System

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