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Important Note

The requirements listed apply only to students admitted to the 5-year extended teacher education program who began the program in fall 2010 and earlier. Requirements for the new 4-year program that apply to students who were admitted in spring 2011 and later are available from the School of Education Advising Center, soeadvising@ku.edu.

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Foreign Language Majors (PK-12)
General Education Requirements

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are required for admission.

*1ANTH 108 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (4) or
ANTH 160 The Varieties of Human Experience (3)
3-4
*BIOL 100 Principles of Biology (3) and
BIOL 102 Principles of Biology Laboratory (1)
4
*COMS 130 Speaker-Audience Communication 3
*Cultural achievement course (see a pre-education adviser for a list of options) 3
*ENGL 101 Composition 3
*ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing 3
*GEOG 100 World Regional Geography 3
*HIST 128 History of the United States Through the Civil War (3) or
HIST 129 History of the United States After the Civil War (3)
3
*MATH 101 Algebra (3) or MATH 104 Precalculus Mathematics (5) 3-5
*MATH 105, MATH 106, MATH 115 or higher 3
*PSYC 104 General Psychology 3
HSES 260 Personal and Community Health 3
A physical science course with laboratory (GEOG 104/GEOG 105, GEOL 101/GEOL 103, PHSX 111/PHSX 116, CHEM 125 or CHEM 184, ATMO 105, ASTR 191/ASTR 196) 4-5
1SOC 130 Comparative Societies (3) or
SOC 104 Elements of Sociology (3)
3
*C&T 100 Introduction to the Education Profession 3
ELPS 200 Making Connections Between Schools and Community 3

1Acceptable combinations include ANTH 108/SOC 130, ANTH 160/SOC 104, and ANTH 160/SOC 130.

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Chinese Major Requirements

CHIN 104 Elementary Chinese I 5
CHIN 108 Elementary Chinese II 5
CHIN 204 Intermediate Chinese I 5
CHIN 208 Intermediate Chinese II 5
CHIN 206 Intermediate Chinese Conversation 2
CHIN 504 Advanced Modern Chinese I 5
CHIN 508 Advanced Modern Chinese II 5
LING 106 Introductory Linguistics 3
Choose 1 of the following literature courses: CHIN 562, EALC 310, EALC 314, or EALC 318 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: EALC 368, EALC 420, or EALC 530 3
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French Major Requirements

FREN 110 Elementary French I 5
FREN 120 Elementary French II 5
FREN 230 or FREN 231 Intermediate French I 3
FREN 240 or FREN 241 Intermediate French II 3
FREN 300 Intensive Review of French Grammar 3
FREN 310 French Phonetics 3
FREN 326 Introduction to French Literature 3
FREN 350 Applied French Grammar and Composition I 3
FREN 375 Intermediate French Conversation 3
FREN 376 Advanced French Conversation 3
Choose 1 of the following literature courses: FREN 450, FREN 460, FREN 465, FREN 470, or FREN 480 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: FREN 410, FREN 420, FREN 430, FREN 431, or FREN 440 3
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German Major Requirements

GERM 104 or GERM 105 Elementary German AI 5
GERM 107, GERM 108, or GERM 109 Elementary German AII 5
GERM 212 Intermediate German I 3
GERM 216 Intermediate German II 3
GERM 344 German History and Writing Practice 3
GERM 348 German Culture and Writing Practice 3
GERM 408 Introduction to German Literature I 3
GERM 416 Introduction to German Literature II 3
GERM 444 German Conversation for Everyday Use 3
GERM 630 Advanced German Grammar 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: GERM 588, GERM 590, or GERM 620 3
Choose 1 of the following courses:
LING 106 Introductory Linguistics (3)
GERM 705 German Phonetics (3)
GERM 712 The Structure of Modern Standard German (3)
3
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Japanese Major Requirements

JPN 104 Elementary Japanese I 5
JPN 108 Elementary Japanese II 5
JPN 204 Intermediate Japanese I 5
JPN 208 Intermediate Japanese I 5
JPN 206 Intermediate Japanese Conversation 2
JPN 306 Advanced Japanese Conversation I 2
JPN 310 Advanced Japanese Conversation II 2
JPN 504 Advanced Modern Japanese I 3
JPN 508 Advanced Modern Japanese II 3
LING 106 Introductory Linguistics 3
Choose 1 of the following literature courses: JPN 562, EALC 312, or EALC 316 3
Choose 1 of the following culture courses: EALC 536 or EALC 136 3
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Latin Major Requirements

LAT 104 or LAT 105 Elementary Latin I 5
LAT 108 or LAT 109 Elementary Latin II 5
LAT 112 or LAT 113 Readings in Latin Literature 3
LAT 200 or LAT 201 Vergil’s Aeneid 3
CLSX 148 or CLSX 149 Greek and Roman Mythology 3
CLSX 527 Roman Archaeology and Art 3
HIST 506 Roman Republic 3
Choose any 4 of the following courses:
LAT 301 Prose Fiction and Epistolography (3)
LAT 302 Hexameter Poetry (3)
LAT 303 Roman Historians (3)
LAT 304 Lyric and Elegiac Poetry (3)
LAT 305 Roman Drama (3)
12
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Russian Major Requirements

RUSS 104 Elementary Russian I 5
RUSS 108 Elementary Russian II 5
RUSS 204 Intermediate Russian I 6
RUSS 208 Intermediate Russian II 6
SLAV 140 Introduction to Russian Culture 3
SLAV 520 Russian Phonetics, Phonology, and Inflectional Morphology (3) or
SLAV 340 Introduction to the Languages and Peoples of Russia and East-Central Europe (3)
3
RUSS 504 Advanced Russian I 3
RUSS 508 Advanced Russian II 3
SLAV 612 Introduction to Russian Literature of the Nineteenth Century (3) or
SLAV 616 Introduction to Russian Literature of the Twentieth Century (3)
3
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Spanish Major Requirements

SPAN 104 or SPAN 105 Elementary Spanish I 3-5
SPAN 108 or SPAN 109 Elementary Spanish II 3-5
SPAN 212 or SPAN 213 Intermediate Spanish I 3
SPAN 216 or SPAN 217 Intermediate Spanish II 3
SPAN 324 Grammar and Composition 3
SPAN 328 Intermediate Spanish Conversation I 2
SPAN 329 Intermediate Spanish Conversation II 1
SPAN 340 Textual Analysis and Critical Reading 3
SPAN 424 Advanced Spanish Composition and Grammar 3
SPAN 428 Advanced Spanish Conversation 2
SPAN 429 Spanish Phonetics 3
SPAN 446 Spanish Culture (3) or
SPAN 447 Latin American Cultures: _____ (3)
3
Choose 2 of the following:
SPAN 451 Early Modern Spanish Studies: _____ (3)
SPAN 453 Twentieth-Century Spanish Studies: _____ (recommended) (3)
SPAN 462 Twentieth-Century Spanish-American Studies: _____ (3)
SPAN 463 National Traditions in Spanish America: _____ (recommended) (3)
6
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Teacher Education Courses

ELPS 301 Educational Technology in Elementary-Middle Education (3) or
ELPS 302 Educational Technology in Middle/Secondary Education (3)
3
C&T 322 Curriculum and the Learner in the Elementary School 3
C&T 324 Curriculum and the Learner in the Middle School and High School 3
C&T 325 Education in a Multicultural Society 3
C&T 444 Teaching Foreign Language in the Middle/Secondary Schools 3
C&T 448 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum 3
ELPS 450 Foundations of Education 3
PRE 306 Development and Learning of the Adolescent 3
PRE 456 Managing and Motivating Learners in the Middle and Secondary Classroom 3
SPED 326 Teaching Exceptional Children and Youth in General Education 3
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