2007 - 2008
A. Undergraduate students preparing for the teaching profession may choose from one of the following options: o Option I: Education. Requires second major. See B.S. Education for more information. • Early Childhood (birth through age 8) • Elementary Education (kindergarten through grade 6-8) • Secondary Teacher Certification – includes Middle School certification with options in: Biology (grades 7-12) Chemistry (grades 7-12) Chemistry-Physics (grades 7-12) Earth Sciences: Geology (grades 7-12) General Science (Middle School certification, grades 5-9) Social Studies (grades 5-12) – in addition to core Social Science and History courses, a teacher candidate must choose one of the following majors: Geography History Social Science English (grades 5-12) Mathematics (Middle School, grades 5-8, and Secondary, grades 7-12) French Spanish • Special Education (General special education certification K-12 with additional certification in Elementary is or Secondary options are available.) o Option II: K-12 Certification. • Music (see B.M. in Music Education for more information) • Physical Education (see B.S. in Physical Education for more information)
Senate Curriculum Committee
Keene State College
"Special Education Catalog Changes editorial pg79" (2014). Approved Curriculum Proposals. 19.