Comprehensive Science Education

Sample Program Guide

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This guide is not an official curriculum. This guide is a sample four-year degree plan of how students might plan this major with other degree requirements to complete their education in four years.Student plans will vary from this sample due to a variety of factors, such as, but not limited to, start year, education goals, transfer credit, and course availability. To ensure proper degree completion, enrolled students should utilize Degree Map and Schedule Planner in Campus Connection and consult regularly with academic advisors to ensure graduation requirements are being met.  

First Year
ENGL 1103Primary Concentration14
Primary Concentration14Secondary Concentration14
Secondary Concentration14COMM 1103
Gen Ed Quantitative Reasoning3ENGL 1203
Gen Ed Wellness2Gen Ed Social & Behavioral Science & Cultural Diversity3
 16 17
Second Year
EDUC 3213EDUC 3223
Primary Concentration14Primary Concentration14
Secondary Concentration14Secondary Concentration13
Secondary Concentration13Gen Ed Humanits & Fine Arts3
Gen Ed Humanities/FA & Global Perspectives3Gen Ed Social & Behavioral Science 3
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 17 16
Third Year
BIOL 3643EDUC 4813
EDUC 4513EDUC 4863
Primary Concentration13Primary Concentration13
Primary Concentration13Secondary Concentration13
Secondary Concentration14Tertiary Concentration14
 16 16
Fourth Year
EDUC 4752EDUC 4851
EDUC 4823EDUC 4879
EDUC 4893EDUC 4883
ENGL 3243 
Teritary Concentration14 
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 15 13
Total Credits: 126

Refer to the official curriculum guide in the appropriate catalog year to select the classes that are identified in each of the concentration areas. The credits associated with this plan are approximate. The minimum credits for each concentration area will depend on the courses selected from the official curriculum guide.