2013-2014 Graduate Catalog

K-12 Education, Post Baccalaureate Licensure (K-Grade 12)

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

See http://uncpostbac.com

Admission requirements

  • A completed baccalaureate degree in one of the following licensure areas: Sport and Exercise Science, Music or Visual Arts. Students will have their transcripts evaluated for major content; additional content classes may e required. Persons with a non-related degree may declare a Second Bachelors Degree.
  • Applicants desiring to count licensure hours toward a Master of Arts or Master of Science degree in any area must apply concurrently to the Graduate School (for admission into the MA or MS degree program) and to the Post-Baccalaureate Licensure program in K12. EDFE 555 cannot be used as hours toward a Master’s Degree.
  • An interview with an appropriate content advisor is required.
  • Applicants must have an overall 3.0 GPA for admission. If the grade point average is below 3.0, the applicant is required to provide evidence of qualifications sufficient to pursue graduate education.

Degree Requirements

Required Common PTEP — 21 credit hours

EDF 500Conceptions of Schooling

3

EDFE 125Application for Graduate Licensure Admission to PTEP

0

EDFE 130Application for Student Teaching

0

EDFE 555Supervised Student Teaching

9

EDRD 523Reading and Writing in the Content Areas

3

EDSE 509Strategies for Students with Exceptionalities

3

PSY 500Educational Psychology for Teachers

3

  • Candidates must pass the Praxis or Place test prior to Student Teaching.
  • Candidates may not take extra courses with Student Teaching without prior approval from the Program Coordinator and the STE Director.
  • All PTEP Field Experiences and methods courses need to be successfully completed prior to Student Teaching.
  • Student Teaching outside the supervision of UNC Faculty may or may not be approved.
  • Teacher Candidates will not be placed in a school where they were once students or where they have a close relative attending and/or working.

Select one of the three Content Area Program of Studies:

Physical Education (Sport and Exercise Science) — 49 credit hours

Content Courses

Outdoor Activity (select one)

SES 125Hiking

1

SES 127Cross-Country Skiing

1

SES 128Cycling

1

SES 130Kayaking

1

SES 131Orienteering

1

SES 135Rock Climbing

1

SES 234Mountain Biking

2

SES 235Backcountry Skiing

2

SES 236Technical Rock Climbing

2

SES 237Paddle Sports

2

SES 238Winter Wilderness Living

2

Target Sport (select one)

SES 111Bowling

1

SES 113Fly Fishing/Trap Shooting

1

SES 114Golf

1

Swimming (select one)

SES 116Water Safety Instructor

2

SES 118Swimming

1

SES 120Lifeguard Training

2

SES 133Scuba Diving

1

SES 152Swimming Conditioning

1

The following 10 hours:

SES 134Self Defense

1

SES 200Weight Training and Conditioning

1

SES 201Track and Field

1

SES 209Dance Activities

1

SES 240Secondary Physical Education Content I

3

SES 243Outdoor and Adventure Programming

3

PTEP Courses

SES 170Introduction to Field Based Experience

1

SES 266Introduction to Physical Education as a Profession

3

SES 323Motor Learning and Development

3

SES 338Teaching Diverse Populations

3

SES 342Teaching Health-Related Fitness

3

SES 440Developing Pedagogical Skills in Elementary Physical Education

4

SES 442Developing Pedagogical Skills in Secondary Physical Education

4

SES 612Assessment in Sport Pedagogy

3

SES 614Analysis of Teaching in Physical Education

3

SES 641Instructional Strategies for Elementary School Physical Education

3

SES 642Instructional Strategies for Secondary School Physical Education

3

SES 688Legal Aspects of Sport

3

Music - Instrumental Track

Foundational Courses

MUS 100Recitals, Concerts and Productions

0

MUS 113Music Theory I

2

MUS 114Aural Skills and Sight Singing I

2

MUS 115Music Theory II

2

MUS 116Aural Skills and Sight Singing II

2

MUS 143Musical Styles and Context

3

MUS 213Music Theory III

2

MUS 214Aural Skills and Sight Singing III

1

MUS 215Music Theory IV

2

MUS 216Aural Skills and Sight Singing IV

1

MUS 243History of Music I

3

MUS 244History of Music II

3

MUS 100: each semester

Vocal/General/Piano Track

Foundational Courses

MUS 100Recitals, Concerts and Productions

0

MUS 113Music Theory I

2

MUS 114Aural Skills and Sight Singing I

2

MUS 115Music Theory II

2

MUS 116Aural Skills and Sight Singing II

2

MUS 143Musical Styles and Context

3

MUS 213Music Theory III

2

MUS 214Aural Skills and Sight Singing III

1

MUS 215Music Theory IV

2

MUS 216Aural Skills and Sight Singing IV

1

MUS 243History of Music I

3

MUS 244History of Music II

3

MUS 100: each semester

PTEP Preparation Courses - Instrumental Track

MUS 292Marching Band

1

MUS 319Instrumental Techniques and Conducting

1

MUS 320Wind Literature, Pedagogy and Conducting

2

MUS 330String Techniques

1

MUS 360Voice Class

1

MUS 361Single Reed and Flute Class

1

MUS 362Double Reed Class

1

MUS 364Brass and Percussion Class

2

MUS 492Marching Band

1

Individual Performance

14

Major Ensemble

7

Piano Proficiency Examination

0

PTEP Preparation Courses - Vocal/General/Piano Track

MUS 314Guitar in the Classroom

1

MUS 323Choral Techniques and Conducting

2

MUS 330String Techniques

1

MUS 361Single Reed and Flute Class

1

MUS 367Materials and Techniques for Brass and Percussion

1

MUS 410Vocal Pedagogy

2

Individual Performance

14

Major Ensemble

7

Piano Proficiency Examination

0

Private Piano is recommended

Music PTEP Methods Courses - Instrumental Track

MUS 210Introduction to Music Education

1

MUS 310Teaching General Music in Elementary Schools

2

MUS 312Teaching Instrumental Music in Elementary Schools

2

MUS 317Teaching Instrumental Music in Secondary Schools

2

MUS 325Choral Methods and Literature for Elementary and Secondary Schools

1

MUS 331String Pedagogy and Literature for the Instrumental Music Teacher

2

MUS 356Marching Band Techniques

1

MUS 414Contemporary Issues in Music Education

2

MUS 450Seminar in Student Teaching for Music Educators

1

Music PTEP Methods Courses - Vocal/General/Piano Track

MUS 210Introduction to Music Education

1

MUS 310Teaching General Music in Elementary Schools

2

MUS 311Teaching General Music in Secondary Schools

2

MUS 312Teaching Instrumental Music in Elementary Schools

2

MUS 324Choral Conducting and Pedagogy for Elementary and Secondary Schools

2

MUS 325Choral Methods and Literature for Elementary and Secondary Schools

1

MUS 414Contemporary Issues in Music Education

2

MUS 450Seminar in Student Teaching for Music Educators

1

Art and Design — 66 credit hours

Foundations

ART 181Ancient Art History

3

ART 182Medieval to Rococo Art History

3

ART 183Art I

3

ART 184Art II

3

ART 234Drawing I

3

Required Major Credits

ART 231Painting I

3

ART 261Sculpture I

3

ART 265Jewelry

3

ART 271Introduction to Photography

3

Select one from the following

ART 253Intaglio Printmaking I

3

ART 254Relief Printmaking I

3

ART 308Workshop in Art

1 - 4

ART 356Monotypes

3

Elective Credits

Advanced Art History

4

Select one from the following

ART 211Ceramic Design I

3

ART 212Wheel Throwing I

3

Select one from the following

ART 221Fiber Design I

3

ART 223Weaving

3

Area of Concentration — Total 6 credits

A minimum of six credits (300 level or above) must be completed in one of the following areas of concentration: art history, ceramics, computer graphics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photographic imaging, photographic communications, printmaking, or sculpture.

Professional Teacher Education Program (PTEP)

ART 248Introduction to Art Education/Art for the Exceptional Child

3

ART 345Clinical Experience I: K-12 Art

3

ART 440Foundations of Art Education

3

ART 441Cultural Studies in the K-12 Curriculum

3

ART 442Curriculum and Instruction in Art: Studio Strategies

3

ART 445Clinical Experience II: K-12 Art

3

ART 466Visual Arts Student Teaching Seminar

1

General Requirements

Eng — with B or better

Comm — with C or better