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What is an A.A.T.?

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EDU Course Descriptions

ECE Course Descriptions

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 Associate of Arts in Teaching
Chemistry- Curriculum Code 117

Program Concentration:……………………………… 18 credits
CHM 1010 General Chemistry I……………………………….. 4 cr
CHM 1020 General Chemistry II………………………………. 3 cr
CHM 1030 General Chemistry II Laboratory…………....……....2 cr
CHM 2010 Organic Chemistry I……………………………….. 4 cr
CHM 2020 Organic Chemistry II…………………....…………..3 cr
CHM 2040 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory…………………... 2 cr
MAT 2410 Calculus I for Science and Engineering……………....4 cr
MAT 2420 Calculus II for Science and Engineering……………...4 cr
Two semesters of Calculus-based physics will transfer to all institutions offering chemistry and secondary teaching certification

PHY 1030 General Physics I……………………………………..3 cr
PHY 2030 General Physics II…………………………………….4 cr

Or

Two semesters of Algebra-based physics will transfer to Towson, Hood, Columbia Union, Goucher, or Frostburg Universities.
PHY 1010 Introductory Physics I………………………………..4 cr
PHY 1020 Introductory Physics II……………………………….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
EGL 1020 Composition II

Humanities…..…………………………………….……..6 Credits
ART 2730- Integrated Arts
SPH 1090- Interpersonal Communication

Social Sciences...................................................................3 Credits
PSY 1010-General Psychology

Minimum required for the A.A.T. degree: 63 or 64 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.