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General Studies: Education (B.S.)

Bachelor Degree
Lewis-Clark State College
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Instruction Method
Online
Time to Degree
4 years

About the Program

The General Studies Education major introduces students to the following disciplines: education, literacy, and special education. Students select courses for a broad-based study in the overarching area of education. The major allows for flexibility in course selection and degree design.

Program Requirements

  • Gen Ed Core Requirements complete the following 8 requirements
    26 credits
    Written Communication, complete one option.
    Take ENGL 101 and 102.
    ENGL101 - Writing/Rhetoric I
    3 credits
    ENGL102 - Writing/Rhetoric II
    3 credits
    Take ENGL 109.
    ENGL109 - College Writing & Research
    6 credits
    Oral Communication, complete one course.
    COMM101 - Fundamentals Oral Comm
    3 credits
    COMM203 - Sm Group Communication
    3 credits
    COMM204 - Public Speaking
    3 credits
    Mathematical Ways of Knowing.
    MATH123 - Math in Modern Society
    3 credits
    MATH130 - Finite Mathematics
    4 credits
    MTHPT130 - Finite Mathematics
    3 credits
    MTHPT137 - Math for Technology
    4 credits
    MATH143 - College Algebra
    3 credits
    MATH147 - College Algebra Trig
    5 credits
    MATH153 - Statistical Reasoning
    3 credits
    MTHPT153 - Statistical Reasoning
    3 credits
    MATH170 - Calculus I
    4 credits
    MATH253 - Statistical Methods
    3 credits
    MATH257 - Math Elem Teachers II
    4 credits
    Humanistic & Artistic Ways of Knowing, Choose two courses from two of the three categories (Literature, Arts, Language)
    Take 1 ENGL-Literature course Choose from ENGL 175, 257, 258, or 261.
    ENGL175 - Literature and Ideas
    3 credits
    ENGL257 - World Classics
    3 credits
    ENGL258 - International Literature
    3 credits
    ENGL261 - Mythologies
    3 credits
    Take 1 course in the arts. Choose from ART 100, HUM 101 or 150, MUS 101, 102, 150, 151 or 152, or THEA 101.
    ART100 - Introduction to Art
    3 credits
    HUM101 - Art/Hist Motion Picture
    3 credits
    HUM150 - Intro/Arts
    3 credits
    MUS101 - Survey/Music
    3 credits
    MUS102 - Music in America
    3 credits
    MUS150 - World Music
    3 credits
    MUS151 - History Musical Theater
    3 credits
    MUS152 - Hist Jazz/Pop Music
    3 credits
    THEA101 - Survey/Theater
    3 credits
    Take 1 Language course. Choose from NP 101, or 102, or SPAN 101, or 102.
    NP101 - Nez Perce Lang/Culture
    4 credits
    NP102 - Nez Perce Lang/History
    4 credits
    SPAN101 - Elementary Spanish I
    4 credits
    SPAN102 - Elementary Spanish II
    4 credits
    Scientific Ways of Knowing
    BIOF100 - Intro Bioinformatics
    3 credits
    BIOL100 - Concepts of Biology
    4 credits
    BIOL120 - Plants and People
    4 credits
    BIOL123 - Biology in Film
    3 credits
    BIOL175 - Human Biology
    4 credits
    BIOL227 - Anatomy/Physiology I
    4 credits
    CHEM100 - Concepts of Chemistry
    4 credits
    CHEM105 - Gen Organic/Biochemist
    4 credits
    CHEM111 - Prin/Chemistry I
    4 credits
    CS108 - Intro to Computer Sci
    4 credits
    CITPT108 - Intro to Computer Sci
    4 credits
    FSCI101 - Intro/Forensic Science
    4 credits
    GEOL101 - Physical Geology
    4 credits
    GEOL120 - Intro Earth Systems
    4 credits
    GIS271 - Intro/Geog Info Sci
    4 credits
    ID240 - Integrated Science II
    4 credits
    NS140 - Integrated Science I
    4 credits
    NS150 - Intro/Natural Sciences
    3 credits
    NS174 - Nat Sci Elem Education
    4 credits
    PHYS111 - General Physics I
    4 credits
    PHYS112 - General Physics II
    4 credits
    PHYS171 - Phys Sci Elem Educ
    4 credits
    PHYS205 - Descriptive Astronomy
    4 credits
    PHYS211 - University Physics I
    5 credits
    Social & Behavioral Ways of Knowing
    ECON201 - Principles of Macro
    3 credits
    ECON202 - Principles of Micro
    3 credits
    HRPT185 - Hum Rel/Organizations
    3 credits
    PSYC101 - Intro/Psychology
    3 credits
    PSYC205 - Lifespan Develop Psyc
    3 credits
    POLS101 - Amer National Government
    3 credits
    POLS237 - International Politics
    3 credits
    SS185 - Hum Rel/Organizations
    3 credits
    SOC102 - Social Problems
    3 credits
    ANTH102 - Cultural Anthropology
    3 credits
    ANTH120 - World Prehistory
    3 credits
    ANTH170 - Intro/Native Amer Studies
    3 credits
    GEOG102 - Intro to Geography
    3 credits
    HIST101 - World History I
    3 credits
    HIST102 - World History II
    3 credits
    HIST111 - US History I
    3 credits
    HIST112 - US History II
    3 credits
    HRPT184 - Diversity/Organization
    3 credits
    POLS285 - Comparative Government
    3 credits
    SS184 - Diversity/Organization
    3 credits
    SOC101 - Intro/Sociology
    3 credits
    Diversity requirement.
    ANTH102 - Cultural Anthropology
    3 credits
    ANTH120 - World Prehistory
    3 credits
    ANTH170 - Intro/Native Amer Studies
    3 credits
    ANTH360 - Race and Ethnicity
    3 credits
    COMM345 - Intercultural Comm
    3 credits
    ENGL258 - International Literature
    3 credits
    ENGL474 - Native Amer Written Lit
    3 credits
    GEOG102 - Intro to Geography
    3 credits
    HIST101 - World History I
    3 credits
    HIST102 - World History II
    3 credits
    HIST111 - US History I
    3 credits
    HIST112 - US History II
    3 credits
    HRPT184 - Diversity/Organization
    3 credits
    KIN220 - Soc/Cult Aspects/Sport
    3 credits
    SS184 - Diversity/Organization
    3 credits
    NP101 - Nez Perce Lang/Culture
    4 credits
    NP102 - Nez Perce Lang/History
    4 credits
    POLS285 - Comparative Government
    3 credits
    SOC101 - Intro/Sociology
    3 credits
    SPAN101 - Elementary Spanish I
    4 credits
    SPAN102 - Elementary Spanish II
    4 credits
    SPAN201 - Intermediate Spanish I
    4 credits
    SPAN202 - Intermediate Spanish II
    4 credits
    ID300C - Ethics and Identity
    3 credits
    Integrative Seminar: Ethics & Values Requisite for all Integrative Seminars: Completion of ENGL 102 or 109, and 24 credits of General Education Core courses.
    ID300A - Animals and Society
    3 credits
    ID300B - Art and Censorship
    3 credits
    ID300C - Ethics and Identity
    3 credits
    ID300D - Ethics and Ecology
    3 credits
    ID300E - Ethics and Technology
    3 credits
    ID300F - Gender and Culture
    3 credits
    ID300G - Health Integrative Seminar
    3 credits
    ID300H - Law and Society
    3 credits
    ID300J - Terrorism
    3 credits
    ID300K - Values and Sports
    3 credits
    ID300L - Vietnam
    3 credits
    ID300M - Vulnerable Populations
    3 credits
    ID300N - Wilderness
    3 credits
    ID300P - Diseases and Society
    3 credits
    ID300Q - Econ of Good & Evil
    3 credits
    ID300R - Leadership & Ethics
    3 credits
    ID300S - NW Culture/Hist/Lit
    3 credits
    ID300T - Propaganda
    3 credits
    ID300U - Women in 20th Century
    3 credits
    ID300V - Gandhian Ethics/Values
    3 credits
    ID300W - Food and Agriculture
    3 credits
    ID300X - Civil Rights Movement
    3 credits
    ID301A - Hells Canyon Institute
    3 credits
    SS350 - Ethics:
    3 credits
    HUM350 - Ethics:
    3 credits
  • Gen Studies: Education Major Reqmts complete the following 2 requirements
    63 credits
    General Studies: Education. A minimum of 3 subjects from the Teacher Education Division offerings are required. Since this degree does not lead to teacher certification, the following courses may not be taken: ED 414, 415, 429, 430, 452, 460, or 461, SE 407, 428, 431, or 484.
    Required Education courses Take ED 214, and RE 301.
    ED214 - Prin/Educ-Field Exp
    3 credits
    RE301 - Psycholinguistics/Lit
    3 credits
    Take 57 additional credits, from ED, RE, and SE, with at least one course from each discipline.
    ED413 - Design Online Instruct
    3 credits
    ED454 - Prof Teach Strat 6-12
    3 credits
    ED423 - Tech Strategies, K-12
    2 credits
    ED224 - Educational & Assistive Tech
    3 credits
    ED222 - Beginning Sign Language
    3 credits
    ED399 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 3 credits
    ED290 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED299 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 12 credits
    ED291 - WK:
    1 - 3 credits
    ED292 - ST:
    1 - 3 credits
    ED491A - WK:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED499 - Research Project/Seminar
    1 - 12 credits
    ED492 - ST:
    1 - 3 credits
    ED494 - IN:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED390 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED495 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED490 - DS:
    1 - 14 credits
    ED437 - Methods of Teaching ESL
    3 credits
    ED434 - Field Exp Bilingual/Esl Classr
    3 credits
    ED435 - Cultural Diversity in the Scho
    3 credits
    ED456 - Teaching Secondary Science
    3 credits
    ED436 - Found Teach Bilingual Educ/Esl
    3 credits
    ED449 - Elem & Sec Hlth Methods & Adm
    3 credits
    ED316 - PE for Elementary Schools
    3 credits
    ED330 - Families, Communities & Culture
    3 credits
    ED421 - Sec School Soc Studies Meth
    3 credits
    ED323 - Intro Educational Tech (LWDV)
    3 credits
    ED344 - Elem School Science Methods
    3 credits
    ED460 - Prof Intrnshp/Ed 6-12
    3 - 12 credits
    ED427 - Prof Sem:Iss/Educ I
    1 credit
    ED425 - Methods/Management K-8
    2 credits
    ED426 - Prof Intrnshp/Ed I K-8
    7 - 14 credits
    ED345 - Culturally Relevant Teach
    3 credits
    ED478 - Module C
    3 credits
    ED411 - Dgtl Citizen/Mobile/Remote
    3 credits
    ED394 - IN:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED395 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED225 - TECHS FOR TEACHING K12
    3 credits
    ED392 - ST:
    1 - 3 credits
    ED422 - Inter Sign Language
    3 credits
    ED432 - PACE Seminar
    1 credit
    ED414 - Prof Int Online Teach
    7 credits
    ED295 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    ED415 - Teaching Online
    1 credit
    ED424 - Techs for Teaching K12
    2 credits
    ED310 - Prof Foundations/Educ
    3 credits
    ED250 - Praxis Preparation
    1 credit
    ED477 - Module B
    3 credits
    ED216 - Phys Ed/Elem Teachers
    2 credits
    ED447 - Content Area Methods
    2 credits
    ED452 - Internship Seminar
    1 credit
    ED491 - WK:
    1 - 3 credits
    ED479 - Module D
    3 credits
    ED318 - Assessment/Learning
    3 credits
    ED480 - Module E
    3 credits
    ED430 - Prof Sem:Iss/Educ II
    1 credit
    ED476 - Module A
    3 credits
    ED429 - Prof Intrnshp/Ed II K-8
    7 - 14 credits
    ED445 - Instrc Strat/Clrm Mgmt
    3 credits
    ED461 - Prof Intrnshp/Ed K-12
    3 - 12 credits
    ED214 - Prin/Educ-Field Exp
    3 credits
    ED321 - Educational Psychology
    3 credits
    ED328 - Math Methods K-8
    3 credits
    RE290 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE499 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 12 credits
    RE399 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 12 credits
    RE392 - ST:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE495 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE295 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE291 - WK:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE299 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 12 credits
    RE492 - ST:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE307 - Literacy Leadership
    3 credits
    RE305 - Writ Pro & Assessment K-8 Clrm
    3 credits
    RE335 - Young Adult Literature
    3 credits
    RE319 - Field Exp in Develop. Literacy
    3 credits
    RE325 - Field Experience in Literacy
    3 credits
    RE470 - Idaho Comp Ltrcy Course
    3 credits
    RE422 - Cont Literacy for Sec Students
    3 credits
    RE320 - Comprehensive Literacy
    3 credits
    RE324 - Reading Diagnosis & Interventi
    3 credits
    RE340 - Foundational Literacy
    4 credits
    RE490 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE491 - WK:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE292 - ST:
    1 - 3 credits
    RE390 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    RE303 - Emergent Literacy
    3 credits
    RE301 - Psycholinguistics/Lit
    3 credits
    RE217 - Children's Lit/Storytell
    3 credits
    RE309 - Disciplinary Literacy
    3 credits
    RE342 - Intermediate Literacy
    4 credits
    SE394 - IN:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE399 - Research Assistantships
    1 - 3 credits
    SE492 - ST:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE490 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE491 - WK:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE495 - PR:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE407 - Adaptive Teaching 6-12
    2 credits
    SE310 - Ed of People With Disabilities
    3 credits
    SE390 - DS:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE333 - Individualized Instruction
    3 credits
    SE335 - Spec Ed Field Experience
    1 credit
    SE467 - Phys Ed/Rec for Disabl
    3 credits
    SE431 - Adaptive Teaching II K-8
    1 credit
    SE322 - Inclusion Strat K-12
    3 credits
    SE334 - Individualized Motivation
    3 credits
    SE484 - Special Educ Internship
    6 credits
    SE332 - Individualized Assessment
    3 credits
    SE494 - IN:
    1 - 12 credits
    SE428 - Adaptive Teaching I K-8
    1 credit
    SE342 - Intermediate Literacy
    4 credits
    SE477 - Consult with Parent/Prof
    2 credits
    SE340 - Foundational Literacy
    4 credits
  • 120 Credits Required for Bachelor's Degree
    120 credits
Grand Total Credits
120

* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.