Teaching English & Global Education


This major is designed for students who are interested in the arts (e.g., theatre, dance & movement, music & youth symphony, visual arts & exhibitions) and want to become leaders in community-based organizations related to the arts, promoting the service, care, and education of children, adolescents, and life-long learners.

Courses


The Bachelor of Arts in Community Education degree program with Teaching English & Global Education major at West Liberty University requires minimum total 120 credit hours course of study.

The coursework includes:

  • General Studies: 51 – 53 credit hours
  • Common Core: 43 credit hours
  • Major: 21 credit hours major courses + electives

Common Core Courses (43 Credit Hours)

  • SPED 241 Exceptionalities and Diversities (3 hrs)
  • EDUC 290 Instructional Technology (3 hrs)
  • EDUC 301 Educational Psychology (3 hrs)
  • ENT 350 Entrepreneurship Law and Ethics (3 hrs)
  • CEP 411 Formal & Non-Formal Education Models (3 hrs)
  • CEP 421 Promoting Creativity & the Arts (3 hrs)
  • CEP 422 Outdoor Learning Spaces (3 hrs)
  • CEP 433 Program Design & Implementation (3 hrs)
  • CEP 442 Community Empowerment & Engagement (3 hrs)
  • CEP 443 Fundraising & Grant Writing (3 hrs)
  • CEP 452 Reggio Emilia & Other Approaches (3 hrs)
  • CEP 463 Leadership in Community Education (3 hrs)
  • CEP 473 Community & School-Based Programming (3 hrs)
  • CEP 493 Internship/International Community Experience* (4 hrs)
    *highly recommended for this major

Major Courses (21/25 – 27 Credit Hours)

  • ENG 275 Structure of English (3 hrs)
  • ENG 410 Methods Teaching Foreign Language (3 hrs)
  • LING 150 Intro to Language and Linguistics (3 hrs)
  • LING 285 Intro to Second Language Acquisition (3 hrs)
  • LING 315 Sociolinguistics (3 hrs)
  • CEP 492 Practicum I (3 hrs – on-compus)
  • CEP 482 Practicum II (3 hrs – off-compus)
  • Elective(s) (approx. 4 – 6 hrs – electives to total 120 hours)

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West Liberty University’s Bachelor of Arts in Community Education Program follows the 120 credit hour model for a bachelor’s degree and is designed for completion in three academic years. Despite the intention of this program to be an accelerated three-year program, students who wish to expand their studies to four years have the option to do so, by not taking summer classes but adding a fourth year of Fall IV and/or Spring IV classes.

Questions


For more information, please contact:

Director of Community Education
Dr. Miriam Roth Douglas
West Liberty University
308 Main Hall
208 University Drive
Campus Union Box 162
West Liberty, WV 26074
Office: 304-336-8561
Fax: 304-336-8627
[email protected]