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The MSEED program supports students in majors including biology, chemistry, geography, mathematics, and physics. These sample schedules show how students can complete requirements for the B.S. and earn their teaching license — all in four years.

Fall Semester
CORE 110: The Human Experience
COMM 243: Public Communication
BIO 171: Unity of Life
CHEM 121: General Chemistry I
PE 100: Healthy Lifestyles

Spring Semester
CORE 115: The Human Experience
PSY 110/PSY 111: General Psychology/Lab
BIO 172: Diversity of Life
CHEM 122: General Chemistry II

Fall Semester
THEO 200: The Christian Tradition
BIO 270: Genetics
ED 203: Intro to Teaching
CHEM 221: Organic Chemistry I

Spring Semester
ED 304: Educational Psychology
ED 306: School & Society
ED 350: Seminar
BIO: Intermediate-Level Biology
Social Science: Elective
Quantitative Analysis: Elective


Fall Semester
Humanities: Elective
ED 307: Media Education
BIO: Intermediate-Level Biology
BIO: Upper-Level Biology
NS 290: Investigation of Contemporary Issues in Science

Spring Semester
ED 308: Technology as Pedagogy
ED 351: Seminar
ED 357: Curriculum & Assessment
ED 389: Content Area Instruction
BIO: Upper-Level Biology
BIO Seminar or Research (BIO 493 or 495)
NS 490: Scientific Endeavor


Fall Semester
ED 450: Seminar: Equity in Education
ED 460: Literacy in Content Areas
ED 470: Home, School, Community
SPED 440: Learning Exceptionalities
THEO: Elective
BIO 493: Immunology (Seminar in Biology)
BIO: 4 additional credits (BIO 290-498)

Spring Semester
ED 459: Supervised Student Teaching
ED 451: Seminar: Professional Practice
ED 452: Seminar: Educational Research


Fall Semester
CORE 110: The Human Experience
COMM 243: Public Communication
MATH 131: Calculus I
CHEM (121 or 131): General Chemistry I
PE 100: Healthy Lifestyles
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry

Spring Semester
CORE 115: The Human Experience
ED 203: Intro to Teaching
PSY 110/111: General Psychology/Lab
CHEM (122 or 132): General Chemistry II
CHEM 190: Introduction to Chemical Research
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry

Fall Semester
ED 304: Educational Psychology
ED 306: School & Society
ED 350: Seminar
THEO 200: The Christian Tradition
CHEM 221: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry
CHEM 495: Special Problems in Chemistry

Spring Semester
ED 308: Technology as Pedagogy
ED 351: Seminar
ED 357: Curriculum & Assessment
ED 489: Content Area Instruction
CHEM 222: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 230: Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry


Fall Semester
ED 307: Media Education
PHYS 111: Essentials of Physics
PHYS 111L: Essentials of Physics Laboratory
CHEM 311: Elementary Physical Chemistry
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry
NS 290: Investigation of Contemporary Issues in Science

Spring Semester
HUMANITIES: Elective
SOCIAL SCIENCE: Elective
THEO: Upper-Level Elective
PHYS 112: Essentials of Physics
PHYS 112L: Essentials of Physics Laboratory
CHEM 490: The Scientific Endeavor
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry


Fall Semester
ED 450: Seminar: Equity in Education
ED 460: Literacy in Content Areas
ED 470: Home, School, Community
SPED 440: Learning Exceptionalities
CHEM 315: Biochemistry I
CHEM 421: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM 499: Seminar in Chemistry

Spring Semester
ED 459: Supervised Student Teaching
ED 451: Seminar: Professional Practice
ED 452: Seminar: Educational Research


Fall Semester
CORE 110: The Human Experience
COMM 243: Public Communication
GEO 104: Geomorphology
MET 103: Meteorology

Spring Semester
CORE 115: The Human Experience
PSY 110/111: General Psychology/Lab
PE 100: Healthy Lifestyles
GEO 260: Environmental Conservation
BIO 250: Human Environmental Biology

Fall Semester
THEO 200: The Christian Tradition
ED 203: Intro to Teaching
ED 307: Media Education
MET 215 or MET 240: Climatology or Intro to Climate Change
ASTRO 101: Astronomy

Spring Semester
ED 350: Seminar
ED 304: Development
ED 306: School & Society
ASTRO 221: Observational Astronomy
GEO 365: Biogeography
HUMANITIES: Elective
Quantitative Analysis: Elective


Fall Semester
NS 290: Investigation of Contemporary Issues in Science
GEO 486: Internship in Geography
BIO 270: Genetics
BIO 171: Unity of Life
THEO: Upper-Level Theology

Spring Semester
ED 351: Seminar
ED 308: Technology as Pedagogy
ED 357: Curriculum & Assessment
ED 389: Content Area Instruction
GEO 492: Research in Geography
NC 490: The Scientific Endeavor
ENVS 495: Research in Environmental Science
SOCIAL SCIENCE: Elective


Fall Semester
ED 450: Seminar
ED 460: Literacy in Content Areas
ED 470: Home, School, Community
SPED 440: Learning Exceptionalities
GEO 404: Advanced Geomorphology
MET 490: Topics in Meteorology
HUMANITIES: Elective

Spring Semester
ED 459: Supervised Student Teaching
ED 451: Seminar: Professional Practice
ED 452: Seminar: Educational Research


Fall Semester
CORE 110: The Human Experience
MATH 131: Calculus I
MATH 199: Mathematics Colloquium I
COMM 243: Public Communication
Natural Sciences Elective

Spring Semester
CORE 115: The Human Experience
MATH 132: Calculus II
STAT 240: Statistical Analysis
KIN 100: Healthy Lifestyles
Natural Sciences Elective

Fall Semester
MATH 253: Calculus III
MATH 264: Linear Algebra
MATH 312: History of Mathematics
THEO 200: The Christian Tradition
Humanities Elective

Spring Semester
ED 206: School & Society
ED 304: Educational Psychology
ED 350: Seminar on Inquiry in Education
MATH 266: Transitions in Mathematics
MATH 299: Mathematics Colloquium II
Humanities Elective
Social Sciences Elective


Fall Semester
CS 157: Algorithms and Programming
MATH 314: Elements of Geometry
MATH 451: Analysis I
THEO 300-level elective

Spring Semester
ED 351: Seminar on Efficacy in Education
ED 357: Curriculum & Assessment
ED 360: Literacy in Content Areas
ED 382: Content Area Instruction
MATH 300-level elective
MATH 399: Mathematics Colloquium III
MATH 461 : Abstract Algebra I


Fall Semester
ED 367: English Language Learning
ED 407: Media Literacy and Critical Praxis
ED 450: Seminar on Equity in Education
ED 470: Diversity and Equity
SPED 440: Learning Exceptionalities
MATH 462: Abstract Algebra II
MATH 499: Mathematics Colloquium IV

Spring Semester
ED 459: Supervised Student Teaching
ED 451: Seminar on Professional Practice
ED 452: Seminar on Educational Research


Fall Semester
CORE 110: The Human Experience
Humanities: Elective
PHYS 141: Mechanics & Heat
PHYS 141L: Experimental Physics I
MATH 131: Calculus I
PHYS 499: Seminar

Spring Semester
CORE 115: The Human Experience
Social Science: Elective
PHYS 142: Electricity, Magnetism, & Waves
PHYS 142L: Experimental Physics II
MATH 132: Calculus II
PHYS 499: Seminar

Fall Semester
THEO 200: The Christian Tradition
ASTR 101: Astronomy
ASTR 101: Astronomy Laboratory
PHYS 243: Atoms & Nuclei
MATH 253: Calculus III
ED 203: Intro to Education
PHYS 499: Seminar

Spring Semester
PSY 110/111: General Psychology/Lab
COMM 243: Public Communication
PHYS 250: Mechanics
PHYS 245: Experimental Physics III
PHYS 246: Data Reduction & Error Analysis
MATH 260/270: Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
PHYS 499: Seminar


Fall Semester
ED 350: Seminar
ED 304: Educational Psychology
ED 306: School & Society
PHYS 371: Electromagnetic Fields (or ASTR 252: Astrophysics in Spring)
PHYS 345: Experimental Physics IV (or ASTR 221: Observational Astronomy in Spring)
PHYS 281: Electricity & Electronics
NSC 290: Investigation of Contemporary Issues in Science
PHYS 499: Seminar

Spring Semester
ED 351: Seminar
ED 308: Technology as Pedagogy
ED 357: Curriculum & Assessment
ED 389: Content Area Instruction
THEO: Upper-Level Elective
PHYS 360: Thermal Physics
NSC 490:The Scientific Endeavor
PHYS 499: Seminar


Fall Semester
ED 450: Seminar
ED 460: Literacy in Content Areas
ED 470: Home, School, Community
SPED 440: Learning Exceptionalities
ED 307: Media Education
Humanities: Elective
PHYS 445: Senior Project
PHYS 449: Seminar

Spring Semester
ED 459: Supervised Student Teaching
ED 451: Seminar: Professional Practice
ED 452: Seminar: Educational Research

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