Education – A.A.T. (EC-6, 4-8, EC-12)

Leading to Initial Texas Teacher Certification

PROGRAM INFORMATION: The transfer curriculum shown below is designed for students who plan to pursue a degree in Education for E-6, 4-8 grade, and 8-12 certification at a senior college or university after completing their studies at Navarro College. Upon successful completion of the courses shown, the student will graduate with an Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree in Education. If a student elects not to follow the recommended sequence, a counselor will help the student select courses needed to reach his or her educational goals.

Freshman year

Fall

ENGL 1301Composition I

3

HIST 1301United States History I

3

OR

HIST 2301Texas History

3

Approved Science

4

MATH 1314College Algebra

3

SPCH 1315Public Speaking

3

Total Credit Hours:16

Spring

ENGL 1302Composition II

3

OR

ENGL 2311Technical And Business Writing

3

HIST 1302United States History II

3

OR

HIST 2301Texas History

3

Approved Science

4

COSC 1301Introduction to Computing

3

Total Credit Hours:13

Sophomore year

Fall

GOVT 2305Federal Government

3

Approved Language / Philosophy / Culture

3

MATH 1350Mathematics of Teachers I

3

EDUC 1301Introduction - Teaching Profession

3

Approved Creative Arts

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Spring

GOVT 2306Texas Government

3

MATH 1351Mathematics for Teachers II

3

EDUC 2301Introduction - Special Populations

3

Approved Social / Behavioral Science

3

Approved Science

4

Total Credit Hours:16

*The two Core Sciences need to be from different areas and the third Science can be from any area

Student should consult catalog of senior institution he or she plans to attend because some requirements vary. Counselors are available to assist in this matter.

Note: All students majoring in education must take the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test and pass the test before they will be allowed to enter into an education program at a senior institution. Forms may be obtained from an academic counselor.