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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Vocational Teacher Preparation Program (all majors)–B.S.


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Vocational Teacher Preparation Program (all majors) (127 cr)


A. Liberal Arts Requirements (60 cr)


Arts and Sciences Requirement - General Education (30-45 cr)

Students must satisfy the Liberal Arts requirements and the General Educatin requirements under BS degree heading in Table II: Summary of Graduation Requirements .

One of the following or equivalency, under advisement:


One of the following or equivalency: (0-3 cr)


C. Elective Requirements (0-18 cr)


  • Emphasis is on courses that enhance the general education development and interests of the individual.

D. Content Area Specialization (36 cr)


Select one of the following:
Agriculture Content
A major or equivalent in agriculture, including such coursework as animal science, plant science, horticulture, aquaculture, entomology, soil science, agricultural engineering, and similar areas of study normally offered by recognized schools of agriculture.

Business & Marketing Content
A major or equivalent in business and marketing, including such coursework as marketing, advertising, business technology and information systems, macro-and microeconomics, money and finance, banking, management, accounting, international business, and similar areas of study normally offered by recognized schools of business.
Candidates admitted into this program as freshmen take 36 credit hours of recommended courses under advisement in accounting, marketing, management, human resources management, web page design, risk management, and economics.

Family and Consumer Science Content
A major or equivalent in family and consumer science, including coursework (3 to 6 credit hours each) in food and/or nutrition; textiles and/or design; child development, gerontology, and /or human care; parenting and/or family relationships; management and/or economics; careers, personal development, and/or work-based learning; environment and/or housing.
 

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