Elementary Education

State/World Connections (12 hrs)

Concentration Area for Elementary Education

Includes a broad range of courses from the social sciences chosen to help prepare teachers for educating students in a world of ever-expanding worldwide connections. Students selecting this concentration will learn how to use this content in their own teaching of students in elementary grades.

Required course
SS 392 Teaching State/World Conns (3)

9 hours from three different subjects
ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
103 Archaeology and Culture (3)
105 Introduction to Biological Anth (3)
111 Anth, Culture, & Globalization (3)
342 American Culture (3)
ECON 116 Survey of Economic Ideas (3)
279 Problems of Emerging Nations (3)
310 Amer Econ Hist 2:  1860-1990 (3)
GEOG 150 Global Geography (3)
350 Geog United States & Canada (3)
351 Latin American and Caribbean (3)
353 Geography of Indiana (3)
HIST 100 Introduction to US History (3)
198 Non-Western Civilizations (3)
201 American History, 1492-1876 (3)
202 US History, 1877 to Present (3)
415 History of Indiana (3)
POLS 130 American National Government (3)
237 State and Local Politics (3)
280 Comparative Political Systems (3)
293 International Relations (3)
342 Problems in Public Policy (3)
PSYS 100 Intro to Psychological Science (3)
316 Social Psychology (3)
SOC 100 Principles of Sociology (3)
421 Racial & Cultural Minor US (3)
424 Family (3)

For more information contact your advisor.

For further information, contact your advisor or Ronald Morris, Department of History.