Buffalo State

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017

English Education (7–12, B.S.)

BS-AH ENS

English Department

Bachelor of Science (HEGIS 1501.01)

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Accredited

Ketchum Hall 326 (716) 878-5416

Enrollment in all teacher education programs follows the guidelines for "Admission to Teacher Education Programs" found in this catalog.  Applicants who do not yet meet all admissions criteria should consult with the department.

The English B.S. degree program in secondary education leads to a New York State Initial Certificate for teaching English in grades 7–12.

Freshmen with a high school GPA below 85 and transfers with fewer than 30 credits or a GPA below 3.0 are admitted into the English major and may switch to English education upon meeting departmental requirements. Freshmen with a high school GPA of 85 or above and transfers with more than 30 credits and a GPA of 3.0 or above can be admitted directly into English education.

Admission Requirements: 30 credits of college coursework; mandatory meeting with the English education coordinator; a 3.0 GPA and/or a strong indication of the professional disposition required to be a successful teacher. Evidence of professional dispositions can be indicated in a variety of ways: faculty recommendations, completed professional disposition forms, interview with English Education Committee, and/or evidence of relevant extracurricular activities.

Intellectual Foundations Requirements

33-39 cr

Total Required Credits in English (Literature and Language)

39 cr

(21 credits must be upper division)

A. Required Courses (15 credits)

ENG 190

Introduction to Literary Interpretation (Must be taken immediately after completion of freshman composition requirement or within first year of transfer to English Department.)

ENG 317

Shakespeare for Future Teachers (Students can also take ENG 315 or ENG 316.)

ENG 354

Ethnic American Literatures

ENG 370

Foundations of Language

ENG 461

Young Adult Literature

B. Area Courses in Literature (24 credits)

  1. Two courses in British Literature, at least one before 1850.
    Pre-1850 options: ENG 210, ENG 211, ENG 252, ENG 313, ENG 314, ENG 315, ENG 316, ENG 415, ENG 416, ENG 417, ENG 420. Other options: ENG 212, ENG 252, ENG 418, ENG 419, ENG 421, ENG 422, ENG 455. If students use ENG 315 or ENG 316 to satisfy their Shakespeare requirement (see above), they cannot use it to satisfy their pre-1850 requirement.
  2. Two courses in American literature, at least one prior to 1900. Pre-1900 options: ENG 220, ENG 441, ENG 442, ENG 445. Other options: ENG 221, ENG 240, ENG 241, ENG 243, ENG 353 ENG 443, ENG 444
  3. One course in World literature. Options: ENG 130, ENG 131, ENG 230, ENG 330, ENG 331, ENG 332, ENG 335, ENG 337, ENG 345, ENG 346, ENG 350, ENG 351. The following courses from the Modern and Classical Languages Department can apply to these areas with approval of the English Department chair: FRE 331, FRE 341, GER 337, GER 338, HUM 320, ITA 336, MCL 337, MCL 338.
  4. Three other English courses in linguistics, literature, theory or writing.

Note: Other courses, such as topics courses, when appropriate, can fulfill major requirements. Discuss questions with adviser.

Total Required Credits in Professional Education

42 cr

A. General Education Courses (15 cr)

EDU/EXE 375

Integration of Technology in Education

EDU 416

Teaching Literacy in Middle and Secondary Schools

SPF 303

Educational Psychology for Teachers of Adolescents

SPF 403

Historical and Philosophical Forces Influencing Secondary Education

EXE 100

Nature and Needs of Individuals with Special Needs

B. English Education (27 cr)

ENG 200

Field Experience in Secondary English Education

ENG 309

Teaching and Evaluating Writing

ENG 311

Methods of Teaching Language

ENG 463

Methods, Materials, and Professional Development for Teachers of English (6)

ENG 464

Student Teaching in Middle/Junior High School English (6)1

ENG 465

Student Teaching in Senior High School English (6)1

In addition to academic requirements, students are required to complete all seminars specifically required by New York State for program completion, including School Violence Prevention and Intervention (SAVE); Identification and Reporting of Child Abuse and Maltreatment; Alcohol and Other Drug Avoidance; Fire and Arson Safety; and Harassment, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Discrimination in Schools: Prevention and Intervention (DASA Training).  The seminar requirements are subject to change.

1 SPF 303, SPF 403, EDU 416, ENG 200, ENG 309 and ENG 463 are prerequisites for student teaching (ENG 464 and ENG 465). Students must have 3.0 overall GPA, and a 3.0 GPA in the major to student teach.

All College Electives

0-6 cr

Total Required Credit Hours

120 cr

Academic Road Map for English Education (7-12), B.S.

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Undergraduate Major and Minor Programs

Undergraduate Major Programs at a Glance

Undergraduate Minor Programs at a Glance

Anthropology (B.A.)

Art (B.A.)

Art Education (PK–12, B.F.A.)

Art Education (PK–12, B.S.)

Art Education (PK–12, PTCP)

Art History (B.A.)

Arts and Letters (B.A.)

Biology (B.A.)

Business Administration (B.S.)

Business and Marketing Education (B.S.)

Business and Marketing Education (PTCP)

Career and Technical Education (B.S.)*

Career and Technical Education (PTCP)*

Ceramics (B.F.A.)

Ceramics (B.S.)

Chemistry (B.S.)

Childhood Education (Grades 1–6, B.S.)

Childhood Education and English Extension (Grades 1–6 and English 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and French Extension (Grades 1–6 and French 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Italian Extension (Grades 1–6 and Italian 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Mathematics Extension (Grades 1–6 and Mathematics 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Social Studies Extension (Grades 1–6 Social Studies and 7-9, B.S.)

Childhood Education and Spanish Extension (Grades 1–6 and Spanish 7-9, B.S.)

Communication Programs

Communication Design (B.F.A.)

Communication Studies (B.A.)

Computer Information Systems (B.S.)*

Criminal Justice (B.S.)

Design

Dietitian Education Program (B.S.)

Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics (B.S.)

Early Childhood and Childhood Education (Birth - Grade 6, Combined Program)

Early Childhood Education (Birth - Grade 2, B.S.)

Earth Sciences (B.S.)

Economics (B.A.)

Economics (B.S.)

Electrical Engineering Technology (Electronics) (B.S.)*

Electrical Engineering Technology (Smart Grid) (B.S.)*

English Programs

English (B.A.)

English Education (7–12, B.S.)

English Education (7–12, PTCP)

Exceptional Education and Childhood Education (B.S.Ed.)

Family and Consumer Sciences Education (B.S.)

Fashion and Textile Technology (B.S.)

Fibers (B.F.A.)

Fibers (B.S.)

Fine Arts

Forensic Chemistry (B.S.)

French Education (7–12, PTCP)

French (B.A.)

Geography (B.A.)

Geology (B.A.)

Health and Wellness (B.S.)

History (B.A.)

Hospitality Administration (B.S.)

Individualized Studies (B.S.)*

Industrial Technology (B.S.)*

Interior Design (B.F.A.)

International Relations (B.A.)

Journalism (B.A.)

Mathematics (B.A.)

Mathematics—Applied (B.S.)

Mathematics Education (7–12, B.S.)

Mathematics Education (7–12, 5–6 Extension, B.S.)

Mathematics Education (7–12, PTCP)

Mathematics Education (7–12, 5 – 6 Extension; PTCP)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.)*

Media Production (B.A.)

Metals/Jewelry (B.F.A.)

Metals/Jewelry (B.S.)

Music (B.A.)

Music Education (Pre-K–12, B.Mus.)

Painting (B.F.A.)

Philosophy (B.A.)

Photography (B.F.A.)

Physics (B.A.)

Physics (B.S.)

Physics Education (7–12, B.S.)

Physics Education (7–12, 5–6 Extension, B.S.)

Political Science (B.A.)

Printmaking (B.F.A.)

Psychology (B.A.)

Psychology (B.S.)

Public Communication (B.A.)

Sculpture (B.F.A.)

Social Studies Education (7–12, B.S.)

Social Studies Education (7–12, 5–6 Extension, B.S.)

Social Studies Education (7–12, PTCP)

Social Studies Education (7–12, 5–6 Extension, PTCP)

Social Work (B.S.)*

Sociology (B.A.)

Spanish Education (7–12, PTCP)

Spanish (B.A.)

Speech-Language Pathology (B.S.)

Technology Education (B.S.)

Technology Education (PTCP)

Television and Film Arts (B.A.)

Theater (B.A.)

Urban and Regional Planning (B.S.)*

Wood/Furniture (B.F.A.)

Wood/Furniture (B.S.)

Writing (B.A.)

Undergraduate Major and Minor Programs

Course Listings

AAS - African and African American Studies

AED - Art Education

ALT - Arts and Letters

AMT - Applied Mathematics

ANT - Anthropology

ARA - Arabic

ATS - Art Therapy Studies

BIO - Biology

BME - Business and Marketing Education

BSC - University College

BUS - Business

CEL - Community Engaged Learning

CHE - Chemistry

CHI - Chinese

CIS - Computer Information System

COM - Communication

CRJ - Criminal Justice

CRS - International Center for Studies in Creativity

CTE - Career and Technical Education

CWP - College Writing Program

DAN - Dance

DES - Design

DMP - Digital Music Production

ECO - Economics

EDU - Education

ELS - English Language Secondary

ENG - English

ENS - Environmental Science

ENT - Engineering Technology

ESL - English Second Language

EWS - Education Workshops

EXE - Exceptional Education

FAR - Fine Arts

FCS - Family and Consumer Sciences Education

FIN - Finance

FLE - Foreign Language Education

FOR - Forensic Science

FRE - French

FTT - Fashion and Textile Technology

GEG - Geography

GER - German

GES - Geosciences

GRK - Greek

GST - Global Studies

HEW - Health and Wellness

HIS - History

HON - All College Honors Program

HPR - Coaching and Physical Education

HTR - Hospitality and Tourism

HUM - Humanities

IDE - Interior Design

INS - Individualized Studies

ITA - Italian

LAT - Latin

LIB - Library

MAT - Mathematics

MCL - Modern and Classical Languages

MED - Mathematics Education

MST - Museum Studies

MUS - Music

NFS - Dietetics and Nutrition

PAD - Public Administration

PHI - Philosophy

PHY - Physics

PLN - Planning

PSC - Political Science

PSY - Psychology

REL - Religious Studies

SAF - Safety Studies

SCI - Science

SED - Science Education

SLP - Speech Language Pathology

SOC - Sociology

SPA - Spanish

SPC - Speech Communication

SPF - Social Psychological Foundations

SSE - Social Studies Education

SWK - Social Work

TEC - Technology

TED - Technology Education

TFA - Television and Film Arts

THA - Theater Arts

UNC - University College

WGS - Women and Gender Studies

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