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Curriculum 

The educational studies bachelor's degree consists of 120 credits and completion of a formal internship experience based on career goals in settings such as community, government, public policy, traditional classrooms or pastoral programs.

General Requirements (33-34 credits)

Communications (8-9 credits)

  • ENGL 100 - Expository Writing I (3 credits)
  • ENGL 200 - Expository Writing II (3 credits)
  • COMM 105 - Public Speaking IA (2 credits)
    OR
    COMM 106 - Public Speaking I (3 credits)

Humanities (6 credits)

  • Literature (3 credits)
  • Fine arts appreciation (3 credits)

Social Science (6 credits)

  • Global issues (3 credits)
  • Elective (3 credits)

Natural Science (7 credits)

  • Natural science with lab (4 credits)
  • Natural science (3 credits)

Quantitative Sciences (6 credits)

  • MATH 100 - College Algebra (3 credits)
  • STAT 325 - Introduction to Statistics (3 credits)
    OR
    MATH 160 – Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (3 credits)

Professional Coursework (29-32 credits)

Pre-Professional Courses (8 credits)

  • DED 075 – Orientation to Teacher Education at KSU (0 credits)
  • HDFS 110 – Introduction to Human Development (3 credits)
  • EDCI 200 – Teaching as a Career (1 credit)
  • EDCI 230 – Early Field Experience (1 credit)
  • EDCI 310 – Foundations of Education (3 credits)

Professional Courses (9-10 credits)

  • EDCI 318 – Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning (1 credit)
  • EDCEP 315 – Educational Psychology (3 credits)
  • EDCI 320 – Core Teaching Skills and Lab (3 credits)
  • EDSP 323/EDSP 324 – Exceptional Students (2 credits)

Educational Studies Core Courses (12-15 credits)

  • EDCI 550 – Schooling and Popular Culture (3 credits)
  • EDACE 714 – International Education (3 credits)
    OR
    EDACE 780 – Introduction to Adult Education (3 credits)
  • EDCI 580 – Internships in Educational Studies (6-9 credits)

Area of Emphasis (36 credits)

  • Educational Core Courses (12 credits)
    Select courses to support professional goals in consultation with advisor. At least 9 hours must be 300-level or higher.
  • Supporting Courses (24 credits)
    Select courses to support professional goals in consultation with advisor. At least 15 hours must be 300-level or higher.

The student must submit to his or her B.S.E.S. committee (two faculty members, one of which must be from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction) a program of study focusing upon themes of excellence to prepare him or her for various career fields. Themes may focus upon, but are not limited to:

  • Global Education and Development
  • Museum, Non-Profit, and Outreach Education
  • Outdoor Education
  • Pastoral and Religious Education
  • Pedagogy for Educational Contexts
  • Social Justice Education

Electives (18-22 credits)

Transfer Students: A maximum of 60 credits can be transferred from a two-year institution. Each student must complete at least 30 credits at K-State to be considered for a degree from K-State. Further, the student must complete 20 of the last 30 hours of credit at K-State. A minimum of 45 credits must be at a course level of 300 or above.

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