The College of Continuing Professional Studies offers an associate of science in foundations in education. This degree enables a student to be a paid substitute teacher and/or teacher aide, and lays the foundation for students to pursue a bachelor of science degree in elementary or secondary education.
The foundations in education program requires 19 hours in the following distribution:
EDUC 200: Technology in the Classroom
EDUC 201: Teacher Aide I
EDUC 203: The American Classroom
EDUC 207: Psychology of Human Growth and Development
EDUC 212: Professional Preparation for the Field of Teacher Ed
EDUC 302: Educational Psychology and Assessment
EDUC 340: Psychology of the Exceptional Child
EXSP 312: Methods of Teaching Health and P.E.
General Education Courses
Students must take the following courses as part of general education requirements: