Elementary Education Transfer Pathway

The Elementary Education program prepares you with hands-on experiences in area classrooms to teach K-6 grade. And with 96.25% of graduates finding related career placement you can rest assured your education at MSUM is a smart investment for your future.

Third Year - Fall Semester

Course No. Course Name Credits
STL 325 Principles of Inclusive & Responsive Teaching 2
STL 380 Models of Teaching & Assessment 3
STL 365 Responsive Teaching I 3
STL 395 Literacy Methods I 3
SPED 225* Individuals with Exceptionalities 3
STL 295 Foundations of Language & Literacy 3
Semester Credits Total 17

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Third Year - Spring Semester

Course No. Course Name Credits
STL 495 Literacy Methods II 3
STL 474 Methods in Teaching Elementary Science & Environmental Education 3
STL 476 Methods for Teaching Elementary Social Studies 3
ART 350 Methods & Materials: Art for the Elementary Classroom 3
ED 310 Social Foundations of Education 3
STL 441 Children's Literature 3
Semester Credits Total 18

 

 

Fourth Year - Fall Semester

Course No. Course Name Credits
STL 465 Responsive Teaching II 3
STL 480 Advanced Models of Teaching & Assessment 3
STL 482 Behavior, Trauma & Mental Health in the Classroom (WI) 3
MATH 406 Mathematics in Elementary School 3
STL 452 Senior Level Field Experience 1-2
Semester Credits Total 13-14

 

 

Fourth Year -Spring Semester

Course No. Course Name Credits
STL 481E Student Teaching 12
Semester Credits Total 12

Notes:

Award: BS

Degree: Elementary Inclusive Education

Total Credits: 60

 

Students who take courses part-time or who take summer coursework will affect their completion time.

MSUM may change the requirements and timing of semesters they offer courses. Consult with your MSUM advisor.