May 26, 2024  
2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2022 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History, Teacher Licensure, B.A. (CIP 13.1328)

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History majors seeking the initial North Carolina Teacher Licensure in Social Studies must, in addition to the general curriculum, complete at least 37 semester hours in history with a “C” average or better, to include HIST 111 -HIST 112 , HIST 221 -HIST 222 , HIST 451 , at least six credit hours of upper-division (300 and 400) courses in each of the following three areas: European history; United States history; and Non-Western history; and at least three additional credit hours of upper-division (300 and 400) history courses. Candidates must, in addition, complete the following related courses: POLS 229 , POLS elective, ECON 201  and ECON 202  (American Economic History may be substituted for the latter). History majors should fulfill the college mathematics requirement by taking MATH 111  and MATH 160 .

Degree Requirements

In addition to the requirements of the academic major, students must comply with the General Academic Regulations for Graduation  and Undergraduate Academic Policies .  As part of these policies, students must complete the General College Curriculum , which is based on the degree.

Admission Requirements for Teacher Education

In addition to general admission requirements for Campbell University, students seeking initial North Carolina Teacher Licensure must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program prior to their junior year. Admission requirements for Teacher Education include a 2.7 overall GPA, a grade of “C” or better on all content area and education courses and passing the Core Praxis Exam (or acceptable SAT/ACT scores). If a teacher education candidate does not meet the North Carolina Licensure established score on the SAT/ACT for admittance into the teacher education program, they are automatically enrolled in EDUC 106  and/or EDUC 107  in order to prepare for the CORE PRAXIS (Math and/or Reading). Please see your advisor in the Professional Education Department for all additional North Carolina Licensure Requirements.


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