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  • Education — Carthage College
    urban and suburban settings The faculty are devoted to ongoing professional development community involvement and high quality field experiences for their students Carthage s preparation programs meet all requirements of the Department of Public Instruction but also include elements and experiences that distinguish it from other teacher education programs Students can expect personal contact with their faculty and opportunities for enriching experiences outside of the classroom Carthage also prepares education students for a lifetime of learning through a rigorous broad based liberal arts academic program At Carthage all students learn to think independently read critically and communicate effectively The College fosters a love of learning openness to diverse ideas and a commitment to education as a lifelong process When you go to a small liberal arts college like Carthage you leave with an appreciation that a commitment to teaching is a commitment to becoming a lifelong learner says Education Professor Dennis Munk Mission Statement The Education Department of Carthage College educates students with theory and practice in a liberal arts context to serve their communities with the highest of teaching standards and to become competent caring committed teachers Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/education/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Middle Childhood Through Early Adolescent — Requirements — Education — Carthage College
    to ensure all requirements are met Required Courses take all EDU 1010 Education and Society EDU 1050 Characteristics of Exceptional Learners EDU 2150 Creative Arts EDU 3160 Social Studies in the Elementary Middle School EDU 2720 Behavior Management in the Classroom EDU 3220 Reading Language Arts I EDU 3230 Reading Language Arts II EDU 3250 Effectively Teaching Math in Elementary Middle School EDU 3260 Effectively Teaching Science in Elementary Middle School EDU 4130 Children s Early Adolescents Literature EXS 2450 Physical Education Health Methods This course fulfills the concepts of physical fitness 1 cr and fitness activity 1 cr general education requirements for the Carthage degree Wisconsin Teacher Licensure Requirements The following courses are required to complete the Wisconsin teacher licensure requirements EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment EDU 2220 Methods Materials Portfolio EDU 4900 Student Teaching Seminar General Education Requirements The following courses are required for licensure and are taken as general education requirements for the Carthage degree HIS 1000 Issues in American History Any appropriate Social Science course Any appropriate Biological Science course Any appropriate Physical Science course At least one must be a lab science Note Topics courses may not be used to satisfy content course requirements Content Minor The Middle Childhood through Early Adolescent Major also may earn a minor in a content area approved for teacher licensure Licensable minors are Biology Chemistry English French Geography German Health for EXS majors only History Mathematics Natural Science Physics Spanish Communication Middle Childhood Early Adolescent majors not seeking licensure in a minor area can choose one of the following minors Art Studio or Art History Business Computer Science Economics Marketing Music Political Science Psychology Sociology Theatre Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule

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  • Early Adolescence and Adolescence Minor — Requirements — Education — Carthage College
    and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met Required Courses The minor consists of the following education courses EDU 1010 Education and Society EDU 1050 Characteristics of Exceptional Learners EDU 2220 Methods and Materials Portfolio EDU 3510 Techniques and Strategies for K 12 Schools Required of Music and Physical Education majors only EDU 3520 Developmental and Content Reading EDU 3540 Language Arts in Middle and Secondary Schools Not required of Music and Physical Education majors EDU 3570 Classroom Management Middle Secondary Not required of Music and Physical Education majors DEPT 4200 Methods and Materials in the Major Field Note English majors must also take EDU 4130 Children s Early Adolescent Literature Wisconsin Teacher Licensure Requirements The following courses are required to complete the Wisconsin teacher licensure requirements EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment EDU 4900 Student Teaching Seminar General Education Requirements The following courses are required for licensure and taken as general education requirements for the Carthage degree HIS 1000 Issues in American History Any appropriate Social Science course Any appropriate Biological Science course Any appropriate Physical Science course At least one must be a lab science Science and social science majors must satisfy the environmental education requirement by completing BIO 1020 Plants and People or BIO 1030 Conservation as their biological science or GEO 1700 Physical Geography or GEO 2400 Environmental Geography Working with the Earth as their physical science requirement and other appropriate science courses Secondary Education students will complete the Senior Thesis in their major field Note Topics courses may not be used to satisfy content course requirements Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Student Voices

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  • Requirements — Exercise and Sports Science — Carthage College
    the Physical Education Sport Fitness Instruction major Complete all required education courses for the K 12 Physical Education Licensure Program Complete Praxis I PPST and Praxis II Apply for acceptance into the Teacher Education Program TEP sophomore year Pass Praxis II Attend required student teaching meeting and apply for acceptance into the Student Teaching Program STP junior year Successfully complete student teaching To be eligible for student teaching students must complete pre student teaching clinical experiences that are developmental in scope and sequence and will occur in a variety of settings with a balance of observation at the elementary middle and secondary level To meet the clinical experience requirements students must register and successfully complete an education course requiring a pre student teaching clinical experience Please contact the Education Department for specific requirements to the STP and TEP Programs Each program has specific requirements and deadlines that the student must meet to earn a physical education teaching license Required Education Courses for Physical Education K 12 Licensure EDU 1010 Education Society EDU 1050 Education of Exceptional Children EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment EDU 2220 Methods and Materials Portfolio EDU 3510 Techniques and Strategies for K 12 Schools EDU 3520 Development Content Reading EXS 4200 Methods Materials of Teaching P E EDU 4900 Student Teaching Seminar 12 cr BIO 1040 Human Anatomy Physiology HIS 1000 Issues in American History Any appropriate physical science Any appropriate social science course Contact the Education Department for a list of appropriate courses Certification 860 Physical Education Special Education Students seeking this certification must complete the coursework for a major in physical education sport and fitness instruction including EXS 2620 Adaptive Aspects of Exercise and Sport Science Additional coursework for the certification includes EDU 1010 Education Society EDU 1050 Theory and Practice of Individual Sports EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment EDU 2220 Methods Materials Portfolio EDU 3510 Techniques and Strategies for K 12 Schools EDU 3520 Development Content Reading EXS 4200 Methods Materials of Teaching P E PYC 2850 Child Adolescent Development These courses must be completed prior to taking EXS 3520 Field Placement in Adaptive Physical Education the required capstone class The Health Minor Students who earn a K 12 certification in physical education and wish to teach health education in the school setting need to complete the following 21 credits for a health minor Required courses for the School Health Certification EXS 1080 Introduction to Health Wellness Education 3 credits EXS 2150 Nutrition Education 2 credits EXS 2270 Consumer Health Issues 2 credits EXS 2810 Alcohol Tobacco and other Drug Education 2 credits EXS 3090 Sexuality Education 2 credits EXS 3110 Personal Community Health 3 credits EXS 3120 Issues in Emotional and Mental Health 2 credits EXS 2500 Comprehensive School Health Programming 2 credits EXS 4210 Methods Materials of Teaching Health 3 credits Athletic Coaching Certification Program 21 credits This program is very desirable for students who intend to coach athletic teams in a public private school setting It will assist students

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  • Requirements — Music — Carthage College
    Teacher Licensure Program and information about courses required of all special fields licensure candidates In addition to the core music major the following courses are required of students pursuing an emphasis in Vocal Music Education MUS 1180 Introduction to Music Education 2 cr MUS 2090 Global Music Education 2 cr MUS 2180 Basic Conducting 2 cr MUS 3110 Choral Conducting 2 cr MUS 3140 Learning About Instruments 1 cr MUS 3200 Field Experience 0 cr MUS 4210 General Music Methods 4 cr MUS 4220 Vocal Music Methods 4 cr Satisfactory half recital 0 cr Additional notes If voice is not the principal performing area at least two credits of applied music must be in voice Total additional credits for an emphasis in Vocal Music Education 17 In addition to the core music major the following courses are required of students pursuing an emphasis in Instrumental Music Education MUS 1180 Introduction to Music Education 2 cr MUS 2050 Woodwind Techniques 1 cr MUS 2060 Brass Techniques 1 cr MUS 2070 Percussion Techniques 1 cr MUS 2080 String Techniques 1 cr MUS 2090 Global Music Education 2 cr MUS 2180 Basic Conducting 2 cr MUS 3100 Instrumental Conducting 2 cr MUS 3200 Field Experience 0 cr MUS 4210 General Music Methods 4 cr MUS 4200 Instrumental Music Methods 4 cr Satisfactory half recital 0 cr Choral ensemble participation 0 cr 1 term Total additional credits for an emphasis in Instrumental Music Education 20 Emphasis in Church Music In addition to the core music major the following courses are required of students pursuing an emphasis in church music MUS 2180 Basic Conducting 2 cr MUS 3040 Hymnology 2 cr MUS 3080 Liturgics 2 cr MUS 3090 Church Music Program 2 cr MUS 3110 Choral Conducting 2 cr MUS 3130 Choral Literature 2 cr MUS 3150 Service Playing and Improvisation I 1 cr MUS 3160 Service Playing and Improvisation II 1 cr MUS 4030 Practicum in Church Music 2 cr Full senior recital thesis 0 cr Total additional credits for an emphasis in Church Music 16 Emphasis in Vocal Performance In addition to the core music major the following courses are required of students pursuing an emphasis in Vocal Performance MUS 2180 Basic Conducting 2 cr MUS 400T Vocal Pedagogy 2 cr MUS 2490 Vocal Diction and Literature 4 cr MUS 2210 Opera 4 cr Additional applied lessons in the principal performance area 4 cr Satisfactory half recital 0 cr Satisfactory full recital 0 cr Additional notes Students in the vocal performance track are strongly encouraged to participate in the opera lab class and J Term opera productions Electives in acting and dance are strongly encouraged Total additional credits for an emphasis in Vocal Performance 16 In addition to the core music major the following courses are required of students pursuing an emphasis in Instrumental Performance MUS 2180 Basic Conducting 2 cr MUS 3010 Form and Analysis 2 cr MUS 400T Pedagogy in Performing Area 4 cr MUS 2000 Symphonic Literature 4 cr Additional

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  • Cross-Categorial Special Education Major — Requirements — Education — Carthage College
    met Required Courses The cross categorical special education major consists of the following courses EDU 2080 Instructional Technology for Exceptional Learners EDU 2140 Principles of Instructional Design EDU 3110 Assessment of Exceptional Learners EDU 4090 Methods for Teaching Elementary Level Exceptional Learners EDU 4100 Methods for Teaching Secondary Level Exceptional Learners EDU 4120 Advanced Study and Field Experience in Teaching Exceptional Learners EDU 4300 Collaboration Between General and Special Educators

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  • Engineering Program — Carthage College
    program in engineering Students spend three years at Carthage and upon successful completion of required courses with certain GPA conditions are assured admission to a partnering engineering school for completion of the final two years of the five year program Upon graduation from the engineering school students receive the Bachelor of Arts B A degree from Carthage and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering B S E from the engineering school Partnering engineering schools include The University of Wisconsin Madison College of Engineering The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering While at Carthage engineering students must major in one of the physical sciences mathematics or computer science See program requirements Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Student Voices We have an outstanding group of professors who will go out of their way to make sure that you understand the material and that you are getting the most out of your Carthage education both in and out of the classroom which I think is a rarity when attending a school

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  • English at Carthage — Carthage College
    Nemetz 14 Carthage s writer in residence program regularly brings poets and novelists to campus for workshops readings and lectures Exciting Coursework Many of the English courses at Carthage are interdisciplinary allowing students to explore literature from multiple points of view Courses include American Literary Traditions Literature in Its Time Shakespeare s Comic Contemporaries Midnight s Children Parents and Grandchildren Indian Fiction in English The Bible as Literature The Harlem Renaissance and many more Enhanced Learning Travel English students at Carthage are expected to take advantage of the many opportunities on and off campus to enrich their education Literary programs from lectures to plays are offered at Carthage and in renowned theatres in nearby Milwaukee and Chicago Every fall English faculty and students travel to Ontario for the acclaimed Stratford Shakespeare Festival On campus student writers meet weekly for poetry slams and open mic nights or gather in the Writing Center to share and receive writing assistance Career Advancement English students develop skills that are vital to careers in many fields from journalism to public relations to law English majors think critically and creatively in order to see problems from many angles They are informed and effective communicators and carry with them a love of literature and writing that enriches them for life Creative Writing Carthage encourages interested students to explore the art and craft of creative writing Carthage offers an English major with an emphasis in creative writing and a creative writing minor Creative writing students work closely with writing faculty as they experiment with poetry fiction and creative nonfiction Before graduation every creative writing student creates a chapbook of original work and presents a public reading on campus See the English Department s Mission Statement Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty

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