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*Course requires students to complete 15 to 30 hours of work observing assisting and/or teaching children in a school setting. The adolescence education program requires a minimum of 100 hours of such fieldwork.
In addition to the above listed requirements, students with History majors preparing to teach Social Studies on the adolescence or middle school levels take 9 credits (3 courses) in Economics, Political Science and World History. English majors preparing to teach English on the adolescence or middle school levels take ENG 171 - Masterpieces of World Literature , ENG 111 - Survey of American Literature I , and ENG 112 - Survey of American Literature II . Teacher candidates for adolescence or middle school levels in foreign languages take EDU 342Z - Materials and Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages .