Office of Educator Preparation

Undergraduate Early Field Experiences

Early Field Experiences

Most pre-internship courses include field placements. These early field experiences offer students a range of hands-on experiences in community agencies and schools where they can connect what they are learning to the real world. Field experiences are unique to each course and hours cannot be combined. See the Undergraduate Teacher Education Pathway handbook and course catalog for more information.

  • EDU 100 Exploring Teaching as a Profession - required
    • Required field placement hours: 12 (90 minutes per week)
  • EDU 305 Foundations of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity - required
    • Required field placement hours: 12
  • EDU 222 Foundations of Language and Literacy Development - required
    • Required field placement hours: 24
  • SED 335 Students with Exceptionalities in General Education - required
    • Required field placement hours: 6-8
  • EDU 310 What is the Purpose of Schooling in a Democracy - recommended
    • Required field placement hours: 12

    Forms for Placement Sites