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Elementary Education from Bradley University is a Campus Bachelor Photojournalism degree that prepares you for a Communications career. Professional Education Program Requirements Communication Skills COM 103 The Oral Communication Process ENG 101 ENG 300, 301, 304, 305, or 306 Mathematics Gen. Ed. Math Science A minimum of 11 hours, including coursework in at least three of these disciplines: biology, chemistry, earth science, or physics. Six hours taken below the 300 level are used to meet the General Education requirement in Science. ***Students must have 6 hours of math and/or science beyond General Education requirements to qualify for a Bachelor of Science degree . Coursework must include at least on laboratory science. *FS Science *Science elective *Science elective (at Jr.-Sr. level) Humanities Fine Arts (ART, MUS, or THE) **Human Values-Literary (HL) or Philosophical (HP) Non-Western Civilization Social Sciences American Government (PLS 105) Western Civilization (CIV 100) Social Foundation Elective (SOC 100, PSY 104, ECO 100, IS 100, or PLS 205) Other ****Health/Physical Development (FCS 203; NUR 163, 220, 221, 263, 376) Professional Education Requirements ETE 100 Technology Applications ETE 107 Conceptualizing Math for Teachers I ETE 108 Conceptualizing Math for Teachers II ETE 115 Schools and Schooling in American Society ETE 116 Field Experience - Schools and Schooling ETE 197 Music in the P-8 Schools ETE 198 Movement in the P-8 Schools ETE 199 Art in the P-8 Schools ETE 205 Effective Teaching Strategies ETE 225 Human Development ETE 227 Development of Early Adolescent (optional) ETE 228 Strategies for Middle School Instruction ETE 260 Children's Literature ETE 280 Exploring Diversity: Learners, Families and Communities ETE 306 Novice Teaching K-8 ETE 325 Methods of Teaching Reading K-8 ETE 330 Curricular Adaptations for Learners with Exceptionalities ETE 335 Methods of Teaching Social Studies K-8 ETE 336 Methods of Teaching Science K-8 ETE 339 Methods of Teaching Mathematics K-8 ETE 342 Guiding Learners and Developing Classroom Communities ETE 353 Methods of Teaching Language Arts K-8 ETE 490 Student Teaching Professional Portfolio ETE 498 Student Teaching K-8 View more details on Bradley University . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Photojournalism courses.

Bradley University details

Bradley University address is 1501 W Bradley Ave, Peoria, Illinois 61625-0001. You can contact this school by calling (309) 676-7611 or visit the college website at .
This is a 4-year, Private not-for-profit, Master's Colleges and Universities (larger programs) according to Carnegie Classification. Religion Affiliation is Not applicable and student-to-faculty ratio is 12 to 1. The enrolled student percent that are registered with the office of disability services is 4% .
Awards offered by Bradley University are as follow: Bachelor's degree Postbaccalaureate certificate Master's degree Post-master's certificate Doctor's degree - professional practice.
With a student population of 5,639 (4,949 undergraduate) and set in a City: Midsize, Bradley University services are: Academic/career counseling service Employment services for students Placement services for completers . Campus housing: Yes.
Tuition for Bradley University is . Type of credit accepted by this institution Dual credit Advanced placement (AP) credits . Most part of the informations about this college comes from sources like National Center for Education Statistics

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