Identity and Inclusion in Agricultural and Life Sciences (also meets Pathway 1a)
Unless otherwise indicated, all courses must be taken on an A-F basis; courses satisfying degree core requirements may not be double counted to satisfy other areas of a degree
Additional fee required
Language Study Requirement
Students who do not complete two years of a single foreign or classical language or American Sign Language in high school, may do so by taking six credits of college-level foreign or classical language or American Sign Language. The six credits used to meet this requirement may not be used to satisfy the minimum number of credits required for graduation.
Credits and GPA
Completion of a minimum of 120 credits with a minimum overall GPA of 2.5; and in-major GPA of 3.0. (In major GPA includes all EDCI, EDCT, and EDEP courses)
Some courses listed on this checksheet may have pre-/co-requisites; please consult the University Course Catalog or check with your advisor.
Students must submit passing scores on required state licensure examinations.
Satisfactory Progress Toward Degree
University Policy 911 requires a student to make satisfactory progress towards a degree. Additionally, licensure programs require that by the time a student has completed 72 credits, they must have passed all licensure examinations, carry an in-major GPA of 3.0, and be accepted into the educator preparation program.
3 unless otherwise indicated, all courses must be taken on an A-F basis; courses satisfying degree core requirements may not be double counted to satisfy other areas of a degree.