Integrated Social Studies Education- Bachelor of Science in Education

The Integrated Social Studies Education major leads to a Bachelors of Science Degree in Education. Approved by the Ohio Department of Education, this program prepares graduates to teach students in grades 7-12 in the areas of Social Studies. In addition to meeting requirements of the Global Miami Plan, students take courses in Social Studies, Teacher Education, and Educational Psychology. During their study, students observe and participate in urban and suburban/rural classrooms, culminating in a 15-week, full-time student teaching experience in which they work closely with mentor teachers in high schools or middle schools, eventually assuming instructional responsibilities for all classes.

Program Requirements

(55 credit hours of social studies content coursework)

Required Courses
ECO 201
ECO 202
Principles of Microeconomics
and Principles of Macroeconomics
6
GEO 101Global Forces, Local Diversity3
GEO 121Earth's Physical Environment4
HST 111
HST 112
Survey of American History
and Survey of American History
6
POL 201Political Thinking3
POL 241American Political System3
Select one of the following:3-4
Introduction to Anthropology
Social Relations
Sociology in a Global Context
Select one of POL 221-POL 4993-4
Select one of the following sequences:6
Western Civilization
and Western Civilization
World History to 1500
and World History Since 1500
Select four courses in history, 200-499, one of which must be non-western, including the following:12
Modern Latin American History
African-American History
Africa to 1884
The Making of Modern Africa
Introduction to Islamic History
Latin America in the United States
Latin American Civilization - Colonial Period
Revolution in Latin America
Eurasian Nomads and History
Images of Africa
Africa Since 1945
History of Chinese Civilization
Modern Chinese History
Modern Japanese History
Native American History to 1840
Native American History since 1840
Women in Chinese History
China along the Silk Road before 1600
HST 437
Ancient Jewish History
HST 495
Select one of the following Philosophy courses:3-4
Applied Philosophy for Education
Ancient Philosophy
Society and the Individual
Purpose or Chance in the Universe
Theories of Human Nature
Thought and Culture of India
Introduction to Ethics
Science and Culture
PHL 211
PHL 221
Philosophy of Art
Writing Philosophy
Informal Logic
Modern Philosophy
Ethical Theory
Contemporary Moral Problems
Political Philosophy
Philosophy of Law
Feminist Theory
Undergraduate education course requirements:
EDL 204Sociocultural Studies in Education3
EDP 201Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts3
EDP 256Psychology of the Exceptional Learner3
EDT 190Introduction to Education3
Select both of the following concurrently, fall semester prior to cohort year (typically sophomore year)
EDP 301AAssessment and Evaluation in Educational Settings3
EDT 323Teaching English Language Learners in PK-12: Instructional Theories & Practices3
Fall semester of cohort year only (typically junior year):
EDT 433Adolescent Social Studies Methods I3
Select all of the following concurrently, spring semester of cohort year (typically junior year):
EDT 421AClassroom Management in the 21st Century2
EDT 434Adolescent Social Studies Methods II3
EDT 446AIntegrating Literacy Across the Content Areas3
Supervised teaching semester:
EDT 419ATeaching Internship- Adolescent15
Total Credit Hours96-99