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What is an A.A.T.?

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Elementary A.A.T. program

Early Childhood A.A.T.program

ECE Certificate of Mastery

ECE Certificate in Special Education

Resident Teacher Program

Credit Count Route to Certification

Secondary A.A.T.- Chemistry

Secondary A.A.T.- Physics

Secondary A.A.T. -Mathematics

Secondary A.A.T.- Spanish

Praxis Exam

Secondary Education Physics Code 118
Associate of Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.)

Program Concentration: 27 Credits
PHY 1030 General Physics I ....... 3 cr
PHY 2030 General Physics II ....... 4 cr
PHY 2040 General Physics III ....... 4 cr
MAT 2410 Calculus I for Science and Engineering ....... 4 cr
MAT 2420 Calculus II for Science and Engineering ....... 4 cr
MAT 2460 Differential Equations ....... 4 cr
CHM 1010 General Chemistry    
or    
BIO 1010 General Biology ....... 4 cr
     
Pre-Professional Courses 15 Credits
EDU 2000 Foundations of Education ....... 3 cr
EDU 2330 Field Experience – Foundations of Education ....... 1 cr
EDU 2030 Introduction to Special Education ....... 3 cr
EDU 2340 Field Experience- Special Education ....... 1 cr
PSY 2060 Educational Psychology ....... 3 cr
EDU 2350 Field Experience- Educational Psychology ....... 1 cr
PSY 2040 Adolescent Psychology ....... 3 cr
     
English 6 Credits
EGL 1010 Composition I ....... 3 cr
EGL 1020 Composition II ....... 3 cr
     
Humanities 6 Credits
ART 2730- Integrated Arts ....... 3 cr
SPH 1090- Interpersonal Communication ....... 3 cr
     
Social Sciences 9 Credits
PSY 1010-General Psychology ....... 3 cr
One History from General Education list ....... 3 cr
One non-History from General Education list ....... 3 cr
     

Minimum required for the A.A.T. degree: 63 credit hours

G.P.A. 2.75 Passing grade on PRAXIS I exam

Students may be required to take additional special education courses as part of the requirements for a baccalaureate degree and teacher certification at four-year institutions.