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HDV Major without Certification

Advising Checklist (print copy)

Required Foundation Courses

  • EDU 251. Principles of Education (satisfies Social Sciences distribution)
  • EDU 252. Educational Psychology (satisfies Social Sciences distribution)
  • EDU 305. Qualitative Inquiry in Education
  • EDU SCE. Senior Capstone Experience
  • PSY 202. Life-Span Development

Introductory Courses - Choose two

  • ANT 105. Introduction to Anthropology
  • SOC 101. Introduction to Sociology
  • PSY 111, 112. General Psychology

Experiential Field Course 

Students must complete two one-credit experiential learning components, i.e. EDU 218 and EDU 219. (Clinical Field Experiences) or EDU 494. Special Topics: Individualized Internships/Experiential Learning.

Interdisciplinary Courses

Eight courses (in addition to those listed previously) will be selected from at least two areas listed below. Two of these courses may be at the introductory (200) level; six of these courses must be upper (300/400) level.

Area 1: Anthropology

  • ANT 200. Introduction to Language 
  • ANT 215. Sex, Gender, and Culture
  • ANT 280. Traditional Ecological Knowledge
  • ANT 305. Doing Anthropology
  • ANT 320. Race and Ethnicity

Area 2: Education

  • EDU 311. World Geography
  • EDU 315. Traditional and Modern Grammar
  • EDU 318. Cultural & Linguistic Diversity in Education
  • EDU 330. Diversity and Inclusion
  • EDU 354. Literature for Children: K-8
  • EDU 490. Seminar in Peer Tutoring

Area 3: Psychology

  • PSY 221. Social Psychology
  • PSY 231. Personality
  • PSY 234. Psychopathology II
  • PSY 302. Advanced Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 309. Statistics and Research Design II with Lab
  • PSY 313. Learning with Lab
  • PSY 316. Cognitive Psychology with Lab
  • PSY 403. Behavior Modification with Lab
  • PSY 433. Child Assessment with Lab

Area 4: Sociology

  • SOC 212. Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 213. Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 221. Social Inequalities
  • SOC 240. Criminology
  • SOC 250. City and Suburb
  • SOC 262. Self and Society
  • SOC 306. Research Methods in Sociology
  • SOC 341. Variant Behavior
  • SOC 351. Religion in the United States

Substitution of up to two courses is possible with the approval of the advisor.