Engineering Education 6-12 (B.Ed.) - Resident

Engineering Education 6-12 (B.Ed.) - Resident

Important: This degree plan is effective for those starting this degree program in fall 2022 through summer 2023. This degree plan will remain in effect for students who do not break enrollment or who do not change degree programs, concentrations, or cognates.

After completion of the required program coursework (including student teaching) and the passing of licensure tests, the graduate of this program would be eligible for a VA state teaching license.

General Education/Foundational Skills Requirements

Communication & Information Literacy 1
COMS 101Speech Communication3
ENGL 101Composition and Rhetoric3
HIUS 221Survey of American History I3
INQR 101Inquiry1
Information Literacy Elective3
Technological Solutions & Quantitative Reasoning 1
UNIV 101Foundational Skills1
MATH Elective 23
Technology Competency 30-3
Critical Thinking
ENGL 201American Literature I3
RLGN 105Introduction to Biblical Worldview 42
RSCH 201Research3
Civic & Global Engagement
CSTU 101Western Culture3
EVAN 101Evangelism and the Christian Life 42
Social & Scientific Inquiry 1
PSYC 210Developmental Psychology3
Natural Science Elective 53
Christianity & Contexts
BIBL 105Old Testament Survey2
BIBL 110New Testament Survey2
THEO 201Theology Survey I 42
THEO 202Theology Survey II 42
Total Hours44-47
1

Refer to the list of approved general education electives before enrolling in foundational skills requirements

2

MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (4 c.h.) is strongly recommended, as a prerequisite to ENGR 133 Calculus with MATLAB (1 c.h.), ENGR 210 Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineering (3 c.h.), and ENGI 220 Engineering Economy (3 c.h.).

3

All students must pass the Computer Assessment OR complete applicable INFT course refer to www.liberty.edu/computerassessment for more information

4

Students transferring in 45 or more UG credit hours will have the requirements of RLGN 105 and EVAN 101 waived; Students transferring in 60 or more UG credit hours will also have the requirements of THEO 201 and THEO 202 waived

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CHEM 121 General Chemistry I (4 c.h.) is strongly recommended, as a prerequisite to ENGM 310 Materials Engineering (3 c.h.).

Major Requirements

Major Foundational Courses
CHEM 121General Chemistry I 14
ENGL 102Composition and Literature 13
MATH 131Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 14
MATH 132Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 14
PHYS 231University Physics I 14
PHYS 232University Physics II 14
Total Hours23
1

Course may fulfill select general education requirements

Major Core
Education Courses
EDUC 201Introduction to Education and Classroom Technology3
EDUC 221Content Area Reading and Differentiated Teaching and Learning3
EDUC 235Content Instructional Design3
EDUC 350Behavior and Individual Differences3
EDUC 360Foundations of Education3
EDUC 425Content Measurement and Evaluation3
EDUC 435Content Curriculum Fundamentals3
MATH 419Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools3
Practicum and Gate Courses
EDGT 177School of Education Gate 1 – UG Initial Licensure – Local0
EDGT 277School of Education Gate 2 – UG Initial Licensure – Local0
EDGT 377School of Education Gate 3 – UG Initial Licensure – Local0
EDUC 189Practicum in Education I: Local 10
EDUC 289Practicum in Education II: Local 10
EDUC 389Practicum in Education III: Local 10
Secondary Courses
ENGE 211Introduction to Electrical and Electronic Circuits4
ENGI 220Engineering Economy3
ENGM 310Materials Engineering3
ENGR 102Introduction to Engineering1
ENGR 110Introduction to Engineering Fundamentals3
ENGR 125Visualization for Engineers1
ENGR 133Calculus with MATLAB1
ENGR 210Probability and Statistical Methods for Engineering3
ENGR 235Statics3
ENGR 240Dynamics3
ENGR 315Fluid Dynamics3
ENGR 381Engineering Design Introduction3
MATH 221Applied Linear Algebra3
MATH 231Calculus and Analytical Geometry III4
MATH 334Differential Equations3
PHYS 320Thermodynamics3
Student Teaching
EDST 475The Reflective Educator: Resource Seminar3
EDST 480Student Teaching: Distance 19
or EDST 481 Supervised Student Teaching: Local
Total Hours80
1

Liberty University School of Education Background check is required for all practicums and student teaching.

All applicable prerequisites must be met

Note: All practicum courses should be completed before student teaching, and candidate should not plan to take those courses in summer terms.

Graduation Requirements

  • 136 total hours
  • 3.0 Overall grade point average
  • 34 Hours must be upper-level courses (300-400 level)
  • Grade of 'C' Minimum required for all upper-level courses in the major
  • 25% Of major taken through Liberty University
  • 34 Hours must be completed through Liberty University
  • Grad App Submission of Degree Completion Application must be completed within the last semester of a student's anticipated graduation date
  • CSER All requirements must be satisfied before a degree will be awarded
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