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Teacher Education - Associate in Applied Science Degree

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Conway

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(843) 347-3186

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If your career goal is teaching, HGTC's Teacher Education degree is the right path for you. Teachers are in high demand in South Carolina, and qualifying teachers can have their student loans forgiven through the South Carolina Teachers Loan Program

HGTC has 2+2 transfer agreements in place with Coastal Carolina University for the following teacher preparation programs: Early Childhood, Elementary Ed, Middle Level Education, Special Education, and Physical Education. HGTC also has transfer aggreements with the University of South Carolina (Columbia) and Francis Marion University. Students interested in transferring to another senior institution should contact their Academic Advisor for assistance in course selection. It is also important for you to contact the Transfer Admissions Office of the transfer institution early in order to determine appropriate courses for transfer. 

Admission to the Professional School of Education at senior institutions requires passing scores on the PRAXIS I; HGTC offers PRAXIS preparation opportunities (EDU 102).

For more information contact:
Rebecca Hubbard - (843) 349-7117
Allissa Santmyer - (843) 349-7500

 

Curriculum Sequence

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
English Composition and Speech  
ALL of the following MUST be completed:
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3
   Total Credit Hours Needed 9
Mathematics/Science  
MAT 250 Elementary Mathematics (see advisor)  3
or     
MAT 110 College Algebra (see advisor)  
or    
MAT 120 Probability & Statistics (see advisor)  
ONE course to be chosen from the following courses:
AST 101 AST 102 BIO 101 BIO 102 BIO 105
BIO 210 BIO 211 CHM 110 CHM 111 PHY 201
PHY 202        
   Total Credit Hours Needed 7
Humanities/Fine Arts
TWO courses to be chosen from the following courses:
ART 101 ART 108 ENG 201 ENG 202 ENG 205
ENG 206 ENG 208 ENG 209 ENG 214 ENG 218
ENG 224 ENG 230 ENG 236 FRE 201 FRE 202
GER 201 GER 202 HIS 101 HIS 102 HIS 201
HIS 202 HIS 214 MUS 105 PHI 101 PHI 110
PHI 115 PHI 201 REL 103 SPA 201 SPA 202
SPC 210 THE 101      
   Total Credit Hours Needed 6
Social Behavioral Sciences
PSY 201 General Psychology    3
PSC 201 American Government 3
   Total Credit Hours Needed 6
     
EDUCATION COURSES
EDU 102 Professional Preparation for Education Careers 3
EDU 110 Careers in Education 3
EDU 200 Foundations of Special Education 3
EDU 201 Classroom Inquiry with Technology 3
EDU 241 Learners & Diverstiy** 4
  Total Credit Hours Needed 16
ELECTIVES    
Choose from transferrable Humanities, Communication or Social Science courses or courses below. Courses used to complete one requirement cannot be the same course or courses used to satisfy other requirements.
  Total Credit Hours Needed 21
Students interested in Early Childhood Education (pK-2nd) should talk with their advisor. It is recommended students take the following elective courses:
ECD 101 ECD 135 MAT 251 GEO 102 HIS 202
*Lab Science        
Early childhood students may substitute ECD 252 for EDU 241.
Early childhood students may substitute ECD 107 for EDU 200.
Students interested in Elementary Education (2nd-6th) should talk with their advisor. It is recommended students take the following elective courses:
GEO 102 MAT 251 PSY 203 PSY 210 HIS 101
HIS 201        
Students interested in Middle Level Education (5th-8th) should talk with their advisor. It is recommended students take the following elective courses:
EDU 242 PSY 210 ***Choose two content areas ELA, SS, Math, Science
English: ENG 101, ENG 102, ENG 205, ENG 155
Social Studies: ECO 210, GEO 102, PSC 201, HIS 201, HIS 202
Mathematics: MAT 120, MAT 140
Science: AST 101, BIO 101, BIO 102, CHM 110, CHM 111
Students interested in Special Education (pK-12th) should talk with their advisor. It is recommended students take the following elective courses:
MAT 251 GEO 102 PSY 203 PSY 210  
Students inteterested in Physical Education (pK-12th) should talk with their advsior. It is recommended students take the following elective courses:
BIO 210 BIO 211 PSY 203 PSY 210  
   TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 65
Students transferring into a professional program for Teacher Education must earn an overall GPA of 2.75, Pass or Exempt Praxis I, and be able to pass a Criminal Background Check.