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  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

Computer Science: STEM Education, B.S.


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General Education


Rhetoric and Writing: (6 hours)


  •  Two approved courses in rhetoric and writing

Fine Arts and Humanities: (12 hours)


  •  Complete one approved course in each subcategory

Historical Understanding (3 hours)


Literature (3 hours)


Thought, Values and Beliefs (3 hours)


Visual and Performing Arts (3 hours)


Behavioral and Social Sciences: (6 hours)


  • Two approved Behavioral and Social Sciences courses

Non-Western Culture: (3 hours)


  • One approved non-western culture course

9 hours 3000-4000 level courses with one from each category:


Additional Information and Notes:


Minimum of 39 hours of 3000 and 4000 level courses.

Electives to complete 125 hours.

For admission to the Teacher Education Program (TEP): Earn a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average, a 2.75 average on all courses taken at UTC, a 2.75 GPA in education courses with no grade lower than C, and a 2.75 in content area courses with no grade lower than C.

In addition to the department and university requirements there are the following minimum requirements for graduation with licensure: 2.75 cumulative average, 2.75 at UTC, 2.75 average in STEM courses with no grade lower than C, 2.75 average in courses in licensure content area courses with no grade lower than C.

See Degree and Graduation Requirements  for additional requirements.

ClearPath Showcase


ClearPath Showcases provide students with an opportunity to see program requirements defined in a semester-by-semester format. The ClearPath Showcases also provide students with important tips, pointers, and suggestions for staying on track with progress toward the degree. Students should also meet regularly with their academic advisor.

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