Oct 18, 2019  
2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses 
    
2009 - 2010 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Geology - Earth Science for Secondary Teachers Option


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The Geology - Earth Science for Secondary Teachers option gives high-quality academic preparation to students who wish to become Colorado licensed grades 7-12 science teachers. This option is extremely demanding and requires careful planning and advising. Students choosing this option should consult a Geosciences Department advisor as early as possible in their careers, and should read the Teacher Education section of this catalog for the steps and requirements for applying to the Teacher Education Licensure Program .
 

REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE WITH A MAJOR IN GEOLOGY - EARTH SCIENCE FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS OPTION:


General Education - Credits: 39


See General Education Requirements .

Subtotal Specific Departmental Requirements - Credits: 39


Subtotal Auxiliary Department Requirements - Credits: 20


Subtotal Education Requirements - Credits: 39


TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION - CREDITS: 120-126**


NOTE: Admission to Teacher Education required for all 300- and 400-level education courses.

** Students may complete this degree within the 126-credit maximum, but to do so they must use courses from the major to complete certain General Education requirements (e.g., Geog 235, ED 222, Bio 112, and Math 110). Using these courses to meet both major and Gen Ed requirements enables the student to complete within the 126-credit limit.

Note to transfer and former students: If you have taken any of your major requirements and received a different number of credits than listed above, you may need to complete additional major credit requirements.

PREPARATION FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL


The following additional courses are recommended for Geology majors who plan to attend graduate school:

  • ML - French, German, or Spanish Language

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