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Early Childhood Education

Students who major in Early Childhood Education complete courses concentrating on the development and education of young children. This program leads to state certification for teaching children in nursery school, kindergarten, and grades one, two, and three.

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Elementary Education

Elementary Education majors develop skill and competency in educating children in grades one through eight. The student acquires an academic foundation in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies by completing at least twelve semester hours in each of these content areas. Elementary Education majors expand their teaching knowledge and skills in the use of teaching methods, materials, various assessment instruments, and appropriate technologies toward meeting the educational needs of elementary students.

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English

The Department of English and Languages offers the following majors: English; English Teaching Certificate; English as a Second Language; Humanities; Oklahoma Studies; and Spanish. Course work in additional languages is also available. Students who study English, humanities, and languages enhance the reading and writing skills important in a variety of careers, absorb the cultural understanding necessary for success in a diverse society, and develop the critical thinking skills which will lead to professional and advanced academic success.

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English - Teacher Certification Concentration

In a culture that relies on a literate citizenry, the need for training in skilled language comprehension and usage continues to increase. The outstanding English & Languages Department faculty at East Central University are committed to fostering such a citizenry, as well as achieving the department's program goal of preparing students for employment as teachers, writers, editors, or for liberal-arts positions in business and industry.

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Environmental Health Science

The Environmental Health Science Program is one of two programs within the Department of Environmental Sciences. The Environmental Health Science program offers a major leading to a Bachelor Science degree in Environmental Health Science. The Environmental Science program also offers a minor for students majoring in other degree programs.

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Environmental Health Science - Environmental Management and Natural Resources Concentration

Environmental Health Science is an interdisciplinary field of study that includes the natural and social sciences and the application of those sciences to the areas of environmental health and environmental protection. The major in Environmental Health Science prepares students for employment as environmental health specialists and environmental protection specialists with industry and governmental agencies. In addition, the completion of the major prepares students for graduate programs in environmental health and environmental science

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Environmental Health Science - Public Health Concentration

The Public Health option is designed to prepare students for professional positions at health departments, or at other community and public health sites. This option requires 53 credit hours of courses offered through the Department of Environmental Sciences (ES) and 37 credit hours of related courses from other academic departments. Students are required to complete a three to six credit hour professional internship at an approved internship site.

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