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University of Louisville Teacher Preparation Option: IECE

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE IN EDUCATION

University of Louisville Teacher Preparation Option (IECE)

  • Effective for students transferring Fall 2015 or after.
  • Bachelor of Science in Early Elementary Education (P-5) may lead to dual certification (IEC)
  • Admission to The College of Education and Human Development Teacher Education requires passing PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators and a minimum 2.75 GPA.
  • Application deadline Feb. 1 and Sept. 15

General Education Requirements:

Prefix and Number Title Credit Hours
ENG 101 Writing I (C or better) 3
ENG 102 Writing II (C or better) 3
Oral Communication COM 181 OR 252 (C or better) 3
History American History (HIS 108 OR 109) 3
Humanities Humanities Elective (not foreign language) 3
Social Interaction PSY 110 3
Social Interaction Any Social Interaction (SWK 275 recommended) 3
Social Interaction Cultural Diversity course 3
Science Biological Science with Lab (only one lab required) 3 (4)
Science Physical Science with Lab (only one lab required) 3 (4)
Mathematics MAT 146 or above 3

Specialty Courses for Graduation and Transfer:

Prefix and Number Title Credit Hours
Digital Literacy OST 105 OR CIT 105 (CIS 100) - Course or test-out required for graduation from JCTC 3
EDU 201 Introduction to American Education - Prerequisite ENG 101 (B or better) 3
EDP 202 Human Development and Learning - Prerequisite PSY 110 (B or better) 3
EDP 203 Teaching Exceptional Learners in the Regular Classroom - Prerequisite EDP 202 (B or better) 3
MAT 205 Math for Elementary - Prerequisite MAT 146 or above (C or better) 3
MAT 206 Math for Elementary - Prerequisite MAT 205 (C or better) 3
EDTP 399 (UofL) May be taught on JCTC Campus or Metroversity (B or better) 3
EDSP 260 (UofL) Classroom Behavior Management - May be taught on JCTC Campus or Metroversity (B or better) 3
IEC 240 Administration of Early Childhood Education (B or better) 3
IEC 260 Infant and Toddler Programming 3

Students also are encouraged to enroll through Metroversity in UofL s EDTP 436 prior to transfer.