Educational Studies (BS)

Mathematics Specialization

Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Hastings, Program Coordinators

Graduates of the Educational Studies program will have a broad, foundational knowledge of educational theory and practices as well as strong content knowledge in their chosen area of specialization. These knowledge bases should well prepare them for work in private educational settings and support them in seeking state certification in their chosen specialization. However, because state accreditation requirements vary by state, graduates are encouraged to investigate the specific requirements for the state in which they plan to seek employment.
This degree program is highly structured; therefore, students should carefully follow the scheduling of the applicable four-year plan to avoid extending the time required for degree completion. Any alternative coursework must be approved by the Department Chair. All alternative coursework must closely align with Florida College course requirements in order to be considered for approval.

Admittance Requirements
(All of the following requirements must be met prior to admittance, typically before the fall semester of the junior year)
  • 2.25 GPA or higher
  • Application Form
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Personal Reference
  • Educational Reference
  • Transcripts of any other college work
Graduation Requirements
  • 2.5 GPA or higher
  • A grade of “C” or better for required courses (with the exception of daily Bible courses)
Total Semester Hours
Candidates must complete a minimum of 120 semester hours of accredited academic college work, excluding physical education activity courses; 126 total program hours.
Daily Bible Requirement
Students are required by College policy to attend daily Bible classes with the exception of the capstone experience semester. During the capstone experience, students complete a one credit weekly Bible seminar.
Residency
Students must complete all upper division methods courses at Florida College, in order to receive the Bachelor of Science degree in Educational Studies. Students may petition the department chair for exceptions if emergencies arise.
Commencement
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in Educational Studies must participate in Commencement in the year of completing their other requirements. Any exceptions must be cleared with the Academic Dean of the College.
Lower-Division General Education Courses (60 hours)
  • REL 1210 History and Geography of the OT (2)
  • REL 1240 History and Geography of the NT (2)
  • REL 1780 Introduction to Evidences I (1)
  • REL 1781 Introduction to Evidences II (1)
  • LIT 2371 Old Testament Poetry (3)
  • Additional Daily Bible Requirements (11)
  • Humanities* (3)
  • MAC 2311 Calculus I** (4)
  • MAC 2312 Calculus II (4)
  • ENC 1101 English Composition I (3)
  • ENC 1102 English Composition II (3)
  • SPC 1608 Public Speaking (3)
  • Social Science (6)
  • PSY 1012 Gen Psychology (3)
  • Natural Science (8)
  • HLP 2081 Personal Health and Wellness (2)
  • PE Activity (1)

* For education majors only the LAE 3414 History of Children’s and Adolescent Literature course may apply as 3 hours of Humanities credit toward General Education requirements.
**Students entering college needing a prerequisite course for Calculus I due to placement based on ACT/SAT scores, may take the following sequence of courses to prepare to enter Calculus I: Either MAC 1105 – College Algebra (3) & MAC 1114 – Precalculus Trigonometry (3) OR MAC 1140 – Precalculus Algebra & Trigonometry (4). Any of these courses will meet the general education core for mathematics. However, it will require the student to take more hours in mathematics over the course of the program.

Lower-Division Education Courses Required (9 credit hours)
  • EDF2005 Introduction to Education (3)
  • EDF2085 Teaching Diverse Populations (3)
  • EME 2040 Educational Technology (3)
Upper-Division Education Courses Required (35 credit hours)
  • EDF 3122 Learning & the Developing Child (3)
  • EDE 4201 Curriculum and Instruction (3)
  • EDF 3251 Classroom Management (3)
  • EDF 3430 Testing and Measurement in Education (3)
  • EEX 3050 Survey of Special Education (3)
  • RED 3353 Intermediate Literacy 3-6: Comprehension and Content Area Reading (3)
  • TSL 3080 Introduction to TESOL (3)
  • Clinical Experience (2)
  • Capstone Experience (12)
Course Requirements for Specialization in Mathematics (22 credit hours)
  • MAC 2313 Calculus III (4)
  • STA 2023 Elementary Statistics (3)
  • STA 3024 Statistics II (3)
  • MAP 2302 Differential Equations (3)
  • MAS 3105 Linear Algebra (3)
  • MGF 3301 Bridge to Abstract Math (3)
  • MAE 4311 Elementary Math Methods* (3) or MAE 5332 Secondary Math Methods* (3)

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