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MOBERLY AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN TEACHING (AAT)

Name Amanda Ibbeson Date 1-13-10

I. COMMUNICATIONS (9)

All Required

English I (3) sp09

(LAL101Exposition (3) Fal 09
(LAL102)
Public Speaking (3) (SPK101)

II. LITERATURE (3)

American Lit Fa08

(Children’s Literature for the Elementary Teacher
LAL252 required for elementary majors)

III. HUMANITIES (6)
Humanities electives are marked with an asterisk (*) in the course descriptions for the following disciplines: Art, Drama, Foreign Language, History, Literature, Music, and Philosophy. The required six hours must represent a mini- mum of two disciplines. Art and/or Music Appreciation are suggested. Children’s Lit

Music of a America Sp2010

IV. SOCIAL OR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE (9)

American History to 1865 (3) (HST 105)
(or PSC course which covers US and MO Constitutions) Sp 2010 Psychology (3) (PSY101) Fal2008 Human Lifespan Development (3) (PSY205) Fa 2009

V. PHYSICAL/BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE (9) Represent each discipline, both disciplines must have labs

VI. MATHEMATICS (3) College Algebra (3) (MTH140)

VII. LIFE SKILLS (1)
College Orientation (1)sp2010

VIII. EDUCATION CORE (13) Found. of Education (3) (EDU220)Fa2009 Teaching Profession w/ Field Experience (3) (EDU225) Sp2010

Technology for Teachers (3) (EDU235) Sp 2008

Educational Psychology (3) (EDU245) Educational Capstone (1) (EDU295) IX. ELECTIVES (9)

*Elementary Statistics (3) (MTH160) **Geography and/or Economics Other
*highly recommended
**Transfer Institutions may have specific requirements

OTHER (do not count towards degree)

*Advisor Date

4-3-07 Form SS 927

I plan to stay full time with a minimum of 12 hours. I do plan on taking a couple of classes over the summer.

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