Students are strongly encouraged to consult their advisor before making coursework selections.
For Elementary Education majors with available elective credit, it is highly recommended that students choose their electives as an endorsement, concentration, or specialization to make them more marketable. Please consult your Student Success Advisor as early as possible to optimize opportunities.
If a student graduates with an Elementary Education major and then returns to college to pursue an optional endorsement, concentration, or specialization, the student may not be eligible for federal financial aid.
Total elective credit is determined by General Education courses taken, degree type selected, additional credits earned, and any additional math or other prerequisite courses needed. For a bachelor’s degree, students must earn a minimum of 40 upper-division credits (courses numbered 3000-4999). Students may need to select additional upper-division courses not included in their major requirements in order to reach this minimum. It is important to see an advisor early to determine the number of credits for your degree plan.
About the School
Welcome to the Beverley Taylor Sorenson College of Education and Human Development Our primary mission is to advance education, human performance, and family development through knowledge, compassion, ... Read More