Single Subject Credential - Social Science

Department

College of Social Sciences

Social Sciences Building, Room 108
559.278.3013

Degrees and Programs Offered

CRED in Single Subject Credential - Social Science

Courses Offered

Requirements

Secondary Teaching Credential in Social Sciences

The 63-unit Subject Matter Program (SMP) in Social Sciences may be completed while earning a bachelor's degree in any area of study. Undergraduate students beginning their SMP should be advised, however, that a bachelor's degree is recommended in economics, geography, history, or political science for those intending to teach secondary social studies. These areas of study are recommended because they most closely parallel the social sciences requirements.

Part I. Required Core
Ten courses (30 units)
All of the following courses are required: HIST 4, 11, 12, 20, 21, 187; GEOG 4; PLSI 1, 2; ECON 165

Part II. Depth
Nine courses (27 units)
Select one course from each of the following groups (A-I):
(A) HIST 151, 171, 172
(B) HIST 173, 174, 175
(C) HIST 159, 166, 176, 178, 183
(D) HIST 111, 112, 122, 125
(E) HIST 132, 133, 143
(F) HIST 114, 157, 160, 162, 192
(G) GEOG 127, 161, 166, 178,
(H) PLSI 103, 140, 151, 153, 154, 171
(I) ECON 101, 110

Part III. Breadth
Two courses (6 units)
Select one course from two different disciplines (J-N):
(J) AFRS 135
(K) ANTH 115
(L) CLAS 100, 152
(M) SOC 122, 157, 165, 169
(N) WS 103, 148

Credential candidates should consult the social science credential adviser as early in their programs as possible. A detailed list of the teaching credential program is available from Social Sciences, Room 129A and from Social Sciences, Room 101.

Faculty

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