All Arts & Humanities concentration and Science and Environmental Education concentration students who entered in Fall 2007 are required to register for the following courses:
- EDP 590 Children with Special Needs
- EDC 528 Ecology of Imagination (required of Sci.& Env. Ed students only)
and two credits from the following Social Studies courses*:
- EDC 515 The Civil War Quest
- EDC 618 From Sheep to Shawl
- EDC 529 Place-Based Social Studies
- EDC 532A Storytelling
*Social Studies: Inquiry Approaches and the Core Curriculum
Social Studies methodology is presented as four separate courses. The four courses will be integrated in style and content, but the individual courses may be taken separately. Candidates for teacher certification are required to take as least two credits in Social Studies methodology, with at least one of them having a history focus.
Note: Integrated Learning students may register for a maximum of 8 credits in the Summer semester. Students wishing to exceed the maximum must have written permission of the Program Director, provided to the Registrar’s Office via FirstClass.
The Environmental Studies department has saved 1 seat for an education student in each of the following classes (please refer to course description for more information):
- ESF 525 Alpine Flora (Section B), meets 6-9pm on 6/11; study trip June 21-25.
- ESF 542 Coastal Ornithology (Section B), meets from 6:30-9:30pm on Fridays, June 13 & 27; study trip July 12-16.
- ESF 547 Field Entomology (Section B), meets 8:30am – 12:30pm on Thursdays from June 5-26, and 8am-5:30pm on Saturday, June 28.
- ESF 541 Introduction to Wetlands-Ecological Principles (Section B), meets 3-8pm on June 15-16; from 8am-3pm on June 17; and 8am-5pm on June 18.
- ESF 517 Soils (Section B), meets 8:30am-4:30pm from May 29-June 1.
- ESF 521 Wetlands Flora (Section B), meets 8:30am-12:30pm on Fridays from June 6 – July 18.