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2011 - 2012 CNM Catalog June 2011, Volume 44 
    
2011 - 2012 CNM Catalog June 2011, Volume 44 [The CNM Academic Year includes Fall, Spring, Summer Terms]

Teacher Education, Associate of Arts


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Program Proficiencies

 

 

Students must demonstrate proficiency in these areas either by placement scores  or specific course work. 

 

Career and Technical Education Concentration


Approved Technical Certificate/AAS Degrees


Students must see program director if certificate/degree is not included in this list as eligibility for degree is guided by teacher licensure regulations.

  • Automotive Technology, Certificate
  • Baking, Certificate
  • Carpentry, Certificate
  • Construction Management Technology, Degree
  • Construction Technology, Degree
  • Culinary Arts, Degree
  • Electrical Trades, Certificate
  • Electronics Technology, Certificate
  • Hospitality and Tourism, Certificate and Degree
  • Machine Tool Technology, Certificate
  • Manufacturing Technology, Certificate and Degree
  • Mechanical Technology, Degree
  • Metals Technology, Degree
  • Photonics Technology, Certificate and Degree
  • Professional Cooking, Certificate
  • Welding, Certificate

Associate of Arts in Teacher Education, Career and Technical Concentration 70 credit hour(s)


Electives


Social/Behavioral Science Electives (Select From At Least Two Different Subject Areas)


Bilingual Elementary, Elementary, and Special Education Concentrations


Recommended Sequence of Courses


Term 5


Associate of Arts in Teacher Education, Bilingual, Elementary, Special Education Concentration 64-72 credit hour(s)


Concentration Course Requirements


Bilingual Elementary Concentration Course Requirements


Elementary Concentration Course Requirements


Special Education Concentration Course Requirements


Electives


Secondary Concentration


Recommended Sequence of Courses


Term 1


Associate of Arts in Teacher Education, Secondary Concentration 61 credit hour(s)


Students should consult an academic advisor or the program director on selecting electives as choices may be influenced by teacher licensure requirements for different secondary content areas.

Approved Electives


Biological/Physical Science Electives (Must Be From Three Different Subject Areas)


Social/Behavioral Science Electives (Select From At Least Two Different Subject Areas)


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