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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2004
    About the Catalog
    About the University
    Calendar
    Glossary and Abbreviations
    Admission
    Academic Advising
    Enrollment
    Tuition and Fees
    Degrees
    Grades
    All-University Regulations
    Student Financial Assistance
    Services for Students
    Auxiliary Services and Facilities
    International Programs
    Secondary Majors
    Agriculture
    Architecture, Planning, and Design
    Arts and Sciences
    Business Administration
    Education
    dAdvising
    dUniversity General Education
    dHonors Program
    dSupport Facilities and Programs
    dTeacher Education
    dElementary Education Program
    dSecondary Education Program
    dSecondary Education Teaching Fields
    dOptional Secondary Licensure Programs
    dOptional Secondary Licensure Program at the Middle Level
    dSecondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education
    dOther Program Choices
    dGeneral Courses
    dCounseling and Educational Psychology
    dEducational Administration and Leadership
    dElementary Education
    dFoundations and Adult Education
    dSecondary Education
    dSpecial Education
    Engineering
    Human Ecology
    Technology and Aviation
    Veterinary Medicine
    Graduate School
    Intercollegiate Athletics
    K-State Research and Extension
    Outreach
    University Faculty
     

    Optional Secondary Licensure Programs

    Licensure in one or more of these optional programs is available only to students who have successfully completed an approved full licensure program in another (first or primary) teaching area.

    These optional programs give individuals the opportunity to teach in more than one area. These options lead to full licensure in the subject or subject area for grades 7 through 12. A cumulative 2.5 grade point average is required in all courses attempted in the subject or subject area. K-State will recommend an endorsement to the teaching licensure for any additional teaching area when all requirements have been completed, provided all requirements of the approved degree program and the secondary area of licensure have also been completed.

    Business

    EDSEC 215Information Processing3
    EDSEC 315Administrative Data Applications3
    EDSEC 415Administrative Support Services
    and Technology1
    EDSEC 416Office Management3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Business in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Business1
    ACCTG 231Accounting for Business Operations3
    ACCTG 241Accounting for Investments
    and Finances3
    MANGT 390Business Law I3
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics3
    ECON 120Microeconomics3
    ECON 530Money and Banking3
    or
    FINAN 450Introduction to Finance3
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Computer Programming (or other programming language)4
    35
     
    This prepares a student to teach typing, business law, business economics, bookkeeping, office practice, and data processing.
     
    Computer studies
    Computer science component
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Software Design4
    CIS 300Data and Program Structures3
    or
    EDETC 723Logo and Problem Solving3
     
    Professional knowledge component
    EDSEC 500Content Area Methods in the Secondary School (Computer Studies)2
    EDETC 718Learning Technologies3
    CIS 101Introduction to Information Technology1
    CIS 102Introduction to Microcomputer Spreadsheet Applications1
    CIS 103Introduction to Microcomputer Database Management1
    CIS 104Introduction to Microcomputer Word Processing Applications1
    16
     
    English
    One of the following survey courses required:
    ENGL 361British Survey I3
    ENGL 362British Survey II3
     
    One of the following survey courses required:
    ENGL 381American Survey I3
    ENGL 382American Survey II3
     
    All of the following required:
    ENGL 252Introduction to Literary Studies3
    ENGLA world literature course3
    ENGL 350Introduction to Shakespeare3
    ENGL 400Advanced Expository Writing for
    Prospective Teachers3
    ENGL 435Linguistics for Teachers3
    ENGL 545Literature for Adolescents3
    ENGLEnglish elective 320 or above3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Language Arts in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Language Arts1
    30
     
    English as a second language (7-12)
    Secondary education majors may choose to complete course work leading to licensure in English as a second language (ESL). Endorsement in ESL can only be achieved in conjunction with the completion of a secondary initial licensure program.

    To add English as a second language endorsement to a secondary teaching license, the following course work is required:

    ANTH 200Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
    or
    ANTH 522Becoming American3
    or
    DED 560Introduction to American Ethnic Studies3
    or
    EDCIP 733Curriculum Materials for Ethnic Diversity3
    ENGL 600Principles of Linguistics3
    or
    EDSEC 731ESL/Dual Language Linguistics3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Foreign Language in a Secondary School3
    and
    EDSEC 520Methods of Teaching Foreign Language in a Secondary School Lab1
    EDSEC 742ESL/Dual Language Assessment3
    EDSEC 745ESL/Language Practicum3
    16
     
    Journalism
    MC 235Mass Communication in Society3
    MC 400News and Feature Writing3
    MC 430Photography I3
    MC 440Editing and Design3
    MC 565Law of Mass Communications3
    MC 605Supervision of School Publications3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching English/Journalism in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Language Arts1
    21
     
    Mathematics
    MATH 220Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
    MATH 221Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
    MATH 222Analytic Geometry and Calculus III4
    MATH 240Elementary Differential Equations4
    MATH 312Finite Applications of Mathematics3
    MATH 511Introduction to Algebraic Systems3
    MATH 570History of Mathematics3
    MATH 572Foundations of Geometry3
     
    Supporting courses required:
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Computer Programming4
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Mathematics1
    38
     
    A supporting course in physics is recommended.
     
    Modern language
    Students seeking modern language endorsement must demonstrate proficiency in speaking and understanding the foreign language during the semester preceding methods (EDSEC 500) by scoring at least ``advanced'' on the Department of Modern Languages oral proficiency interview. The interview is conducted by members of the modern language department faculty by arrangement with each individual. Contact the modern language education advisor for additional information.

    French

    FREN 211French III5
    FREN 213French IV4
    FREN 214French Conversation IVA2
    FREN 511Masterpieces of French Literature I3
    or
    FREN 512Masterpieces of French Literature II3
    FREN 513French Composition and Grammar3
    FREN 514French Civilization3
    FRENFrench electives at 500 or above6
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Foreign Language in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Modern Language1
    29
     
    German
    GRMN 221German III5
    GRMN 223German IV4
    GRMN 224German Conversation IVA2
    GRMN 521Introduction to German Literature I3
    or
    GRMN 522Introduction to German Literature II3
    GRMN 523German Composition3
    GRMN 530German Civilization3
    GRMNGerman electives at 500 or above6
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Foreign Language in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Modern Language1
    29
     
    Spanish
    SPAN 261Spanish III5
    SPAN 263Spanish IV4
    SPAN 264Elementary Spanish Conversation IVA2
    SPAN 564Spanish Composition and Grammar3
    SPAN 565Spanish Civilization3
    or
    SPAN 566Hispanic-American Civilization3
    SPANSpanish electives at 500 or above6
    SPAN 563Spanish-American Masterpieces3
    or
    SPAN 567Spanish Masterpieces3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Foreign Language in the Secondary School (offered fall only)2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Modern Language1
    29
     
    Modern foreign language elementary school
    Licensure to teach elementary school foreign language is an optional extension of secondary school licensure. The following must be added to the requirements for secondary modern foreign language licensure:
    EDEL 585Teaching Participation in the Elementary School2
    EDEL 720Foreign Language Methods for Elementary Schools (offered spring only)3
    EDSEC 502Foreign Language Elementary School Practicum1
     
    Natural science
    Biology
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    BIOL 201Organismic Biology5
    BIOL 303Ecology of Environmental Problems3
    or
    BIOL 529Fundamentals of Ecology3
    BIOL 455General Microbiology4
    CHM 110/111General Chemistry/Lab4
    or
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Science in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Science1
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 103Geology Lab1
    PHYS 113General Physics4
    or
    PHYS 115Descriptive Physics5
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    MATH 100*College Algebra3
    MATH 150*Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312*Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
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    *Higher-level math courses may meet this requirement.

    Other biology department courses may be considered for meeting the above requirements. It is important that they be approved in advance by a science education advisor.

    Chemistry

    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    CHM 350General Organic Chemistry3
    CHM 352General Organic Chemistry Lab2
    CHM 371Chemical Analysis4
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 103Geology Lab1
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    or
    PHYS 115Descriptive Physics5
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Science in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Science1
    MATH 100*College Algebra3
    MATH 150*Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312*Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    50
     
    *Higher-level math courses may meet this requirement.

    Other natural science courses may be considered for meeting the above requirements. It is important that they be approved in advance by a science education advisor, however, since most science courses are designed to meet the needs of curricula other than the classical natural sciences and would not satisfy the requirements.
     
    Earth science or space science
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 102Earth Through Time3
    GEOL 103Geology Laboratory1
    GEOL 105Oceanography3
    GEOL 301Historical Geology Lab1
    GEOL 502Mineralogy3
    or
    GEOL 520Geomorphology2
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    GEOG 220Environmental Geography I4
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    or
    PHYS 115Descriptive Physics5
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Science in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Science1
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    MATH 100*College Algebra3
    MATH 150*Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312*Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    50-51
     
    *Higher-level math courses may meet this requirement.

    Other geology or physics courses may be considered for meeting the above requirements. It is important that they be approved in advance by a science education advisor.
     
    General science
    Core:
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    CHM 110/111General Chemistry/Lab4
    or
    CHM 210Chemistry I*4
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    or
    GEOL 512Earth Science3
    GEOL 103Geology Lab1
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    or
    PHYS 115Descriptive Physics5
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Science in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Science1
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
    MATH 100**College Algebra3
    MATH 150**Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 312**Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
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    *Required for chemistry and physics options.
     
    **Higher-level math courses may meet this requirement.

    In addition to the core, candidates must complete at least one option below:
     
    Biology option
    BIOL 201Organismic Biology5
    BIOL 303Ecology of Environmental Problems3
    or
    BIOL 529Fundamentals of Ecology3
     
    Chemistry option
    CHM 230Chemistry II4
    CHM 371Chemical Analysis4
    or
    CHM 350General Organic Chemistry3
    and
    CHM 351General Organic Chemistry Lab2
     
    Physics option
    A minimum of 12 hours
    PHYS 114General Physics II4
    PHYSOne physics course that has
    Physics II as a prerequisite
    PHYSAdditional physics courses necessary
    to bring option total to 12 hours.
     
    Earth science option
    GEOL 102Earth Through Time3
    GEOL 105Oceanography3
     
    At least one course selected from the following:
    GEOL 502Mineralogy3
    GEOL 520Geomorphology2
     
    Other natural science courses may be considered for meeting the above requirements. It is important that they be approved in advance by a science education advisor.
     
    Physics
    BIOL 198Principles of Biology4
    CHM 210Chemistry I4
    PHYS 113General Physics I4
    PHYS 114General Physics II4
    PHYS 191Descriptive Astronomy3
    PHYS 452Contemporary Physics4
    GEOL 100Earth in Action3
    GEOL 103Geology Lab1
    MATH 100*College Algebra3
    MATH 150*Plane Trigonometry3
    MATH 210*Technical Calculus3
    MATH 211*Technical Calculus II3
    MATH 312*Finite Applications of Math3
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Science in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Science1
    EDSEC 614Laboratory Techniques in Teaching
    Science3
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    *Higher-level courses may meet this requirement.
     
    Other natural science courses may be considered for meeting the above requirements. It is important that they be approved in advance by a science education advisor.
     
    Psychology
    PSYCH 110General Psychology3
    PSYCH 350Experimental Methods in Psychology4
    PSYCH 520Life Span Personality Development3
    PSYCH 535Social Psychology3
    PSYCH 460Cognitive Psychology3
    or
    PSYCH 475Principles of Learning3
    or
    PSYCH 480Fundamentals of Perception
    and Sensation3
     
    Supporting courses required:
    STAT 320Elements of Statistics3
    or
    STAT 330Elementary Statistics for the
    Social Sciences3
    EDCEP 715Principles of Assessment3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Social Science
    in the Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Social Sciences1
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    Speech
    SPCH 321Public Speaking II3
    THTRE 263Oral Interpretation of Literature3
    SPCH 426Coaching and Directing
    Speech Activities3
    SPCH 325Argumentation and Debate3
    THTRE 270Introduction to Theatre3
    THTRE 261Fundamentals of Acting3
    THTRE 368Fundamentals of Technical Production3
    THTRE 565Principles of Directing3
    EDSEC 500Methods of Teaching Speech in the
    Secondary School2
    EDSEC 520Block II Lab/Language Arts1
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    Topics within Education:
    dAdvising dSecondary Education Teaching Fields dEducational Administration and Leadership
    dUniversity General Education dOptional Secondary Licensure Programs dElementary Education
    dHonors Program dOptional Secondary Licensure Program at the Middle Level dFoundations and Adult Education
    dSupport Facilities and Programs dSecondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education dSecondary Education
    dTeacher Education dOther Program Choices dSpecial Education
    dElementary Education Program dGeneral Courses   
    dSecondary Education Program dCounseling and Educational Psychology   
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