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This degree plan allows students to complete their Associate of Arts degree at Cowleypdf College and continue their study with Wichita State University (WSU). WSU will offer the core courses of the Elementary Education licensure program via interactive television (ITV) and/or online. For those studying secondary education, core courses for the first semester of the teacher licensure program will be available via ITV and/or online. The secondary education majors must then take discipline specific content courses at the WSU main campus during the second and third semesters of study. The culminating student teaching semester for both elementary and secondary majors can be completed in a school district located in South Central Kansas. Therefore, students can complete their final semester in their hometown schools.

The WSU interactive television courses will be available at the Cowley College Mulvane and Arkansas City campuses, or at other sites. This will offer students an opportunity to limit their commuting time by not having to travel to Wichita for the required course work for all semesters. If interested in this program, dual advising is recommended. Students should visit with a Cowley College advisor for more information as this program changes with demands. Enrollment is limited therefore, students should consider visiting with the advisor at the beginning of their sophomore year at Cowley College.

EDUCATION/ SECONDARY - PET/WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY
(Associate of Arts Degree Transfer to WSU)

COURSE
NUMBER
COURSE NAME
SEMESTER
1
2
3
4
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Basic Skills (12 hours)
ENG2211 Composition I
     
MTH4420 College Algebra
     
ENG2212 Composition II  
   
COM2711 Public Speaking    
 
Computer Literacy (3 hours)
CAP1516 Computer Applications or Computer Literacy*
     
Humanities (9 hours) 3 Different Departments
  History Elective* (US History Recommended)  
   

ART2111 or
ART2141 or
ART2142 or
MUS2611 or
THE2730 or
HUM2921

Art Appreciation or
Art History I or
Art History II or
Music Appreciation or
Theatre Appreciation or
Integrated Humanities

 
   
LIT2511  Introduction to Literature      
Social Sciences (9 hours) 3 Different Departments
PSY6711 General Psychology
     
SOC6811 Principles of Sociology    
 
GEG6120 Principles of Geography      
Laboratory Sciences (5 hours)
  Laboratory Science Elective*(recommend Biology)
     
Health & Physical Education (1 hour)
  Health & Physical Education Elective*  
   
GENERAL EDUCATION HOURS 39
17 
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
PHS4511 Physical Science  
   

PSY6712 or
EDU6230

Developmental Psychology (3 hrs) or
Human Growth & Development (2 hrs)

   
 
EDU6210 Foundations of Education  
   
  Elective**    
 
EDU6270 Children & Adolescent Literature  
 
EDU6211 Introduction to the Teaching Profession  
 
 
EDU6212 Introduction to the Teaching Profession Field Experience      

MTH4423 or
MTH4435

Elementary Statistics  (Non Math Majors) or
Calculus I or higher (for Math Majors)

   
 

NCT0100

CAAP (Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency)-Graduation Requirement

     
0
ELECTIVE HOURS 23
8- 9  
TOTAL HOURS 62
17 
15 
14- 15  
16 

*See List of Electives that fulfill General Education Requirements.
**From Teaching Field

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