English or History Concentration Advisement Track (EED)

ENGLISH CONCENTRATION 

To fulfill the English Concentration students, after completing ENG 101 and ENG 102, should choose three courses from the following list of required and elective courses:

Required:
ENG 201 or ENG 202
ENG 203 or ENG 204
ENG 209 or ENG 210
ENG 218 - requires permission of instructor

Electives: Select no more than two:
ENG 205, 206, 207, 208, 212, 213, 215, 216, 221, 223,
224, 225, 227, 229, 230, 231, 263, 264, 267, 268, 269

Note: Students transferring two or more of the following courses
(ENG 201, 202, 203 and 204) will need to complete a supplemental
literature course at New Paltz to meet the minimum number of credits
for their English concentration.

FOURTH SEMESTER:
SUNY New Paltz recommends that students with an academic
concentration in English take one of the following:
ENG 212 (Western Civilization)
ENG 213, 264, 267 (Other World Civilizations)


HISTORY CONCENTRATION

To fulfill academic concentration courses in history and the required American History course, students must choose courses from the following list of required and elective courses. Additionally, be sure to take note of the fourth semester recommendations at the end of this list for Western Civilization or Other World Civilizations.


Required:
Choose at least 3 and a maximum of 4 courses from the following categories, taking at least one course in each area and a mix of time periods:

Category A
United States History I (HIS 103)
United States History II (HIS 104)

Category B
Western Civilization I (HIS 101)
Western Civilization II (HIS 102)

Category C
World History I (HIS 107)
World History II (HIS 108)

Additional required course:
The American National Experience (GOV 121)

ELECTIVES
Choose no more than one course from the following electives:
History Survey in another world region or country
Latin American History (HIS 206)
History of Russia and the Soviet Union (HIS 207)

Additional electives:
HIS 209, 210, 214, 216, 220

Fourth Semester:
SUNY New Paltz recommends that students with an academic
concentration in history take one of the following courses:
Western Civilization (HIS 101, 102 or 221)
Other World Civilizations (HIS 107 or 207)

 

First Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ENG 101 Composition I (l) 3
PSY 111 Psychological Principles I 3
BHS 103 Social Problems in Today's World 3
THE 120 Performing Skills for the Classroom 3
MAT 107 Math for Elementary School Teachers 3
EED 103 Early Childhood/Childhood obs. (a, b) 1
TOTAL   16

Second Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ENG 102 Composition II (l) 3
MAT 117 Geometry for Elementary Teachers 3
Science (d)   4
PSY 221 Childhood Development 3
EED 115  Symbolic Representation, Language and Literacy 
(Birth-kindergarten)
3
EED 116 EED Fieldwork (a, b) 1
TOTAL   17

Third Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
ECH 254 Diverse Early Childhood/Elementary Classrooms 3
Academic Concentration (e) 6
Foreign Language (c) 3
American History (Appendix D) 3
TOTAL   15

Fourth Semester

Course No. Descriptive Title Credit Hours
EED 214 Dev. Appropriate Practice (birth - grade 2) 3
EED 207 EED Fieldwork II (a, b) 1
HIS Western Civilization (Appendix E) OR  
  Other World Civilizations (Appendix F) 3
Academic Concentration (e) 3
Foreign Language (if requirement is not fulfilled (c) OR  
Academic Concentration (e) 3
BHS 207 Education in American Society 3
TOTAL   16
   TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 64

Notes (see main page for Childhood Education with SUNY New Paltz)