English: Concentration in English Education
Major Requirements (SF State Bulletin: Degree Requirements)
Roadmap (SF State Bulletin: Roadmap)
GE Requirements (SF State Bulletin: General Education)
Your major advisor answered a few questions to assist you with your first semester courses — see below.
- General Information
- Transfer Student Information
- Freshman Student Information
- College Resource Center (Advising)
|What are some of the highlights and features to know about this major?||Our program offers a subject matter competency waiver if student earns a grade of B- or better in each course for the major. Subject matter competency is required for admission to a post-bac credential program in the state of California.|
Does your department have a major planning sheet for me as a guide?
No, we do not have a major planning sheet.
|When should I first meet with my major department?||As soon as possible.|
|How will I be assigned to a major advisor and how do I contact them?||According to concentration; for English Education, the advisors are Professor Morris and Professor Gilligan; contact advisors via email or visit during office hours.|
|Where can I find information about major advising?||http://english.sfsu.edu/content/english-education-program|
|Does this major require any pre-work from me before I attend orientation or register for classes?||None.|
|What should I do if my major core and/or prerequisite courses are full?||Consult with Professor Morris or Professor Gilligan for course planning.|
|Is there anything else I need to know about starting in this major?||Always select your courses for the major in consultation with your major advisor; ideally, meet with your advisor at least once per semester to plan your course of study.|
|What upper division courses should I take in my first semester as a transfer student for this major?||Any courses in the English major core, which can be found on our website here: https://english.sfsu.edu/content/undergraduate-program.|
|Are there any prerequisites to these upper division courses for the major?||GE Area E, or equivalent.|
|Are there any registration blocks or holds in the system for this major, and if so, what do I do/who do I contact to clear them?||
Students must declare English Education as a major to be eligible to register for COMM 220 or COMM 553.
The two lower-division courses (ENG 218 and ENG 250) should be completed before starting upper-division coursework, but there are no actual holds for this. New transfer students should meet with a major advisor as soon as possible to be sure they have completed the equivalents of ENG 218 and ENG 250.
|Does this major have an approved Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) roadmap?||No.|
|Are there any courses I should take first as a Freshman to get started in this major and/or are there any lower division GE course requirements that I can take that will also count toward this major?||ENG 250 (Variable topics) and ENG 218 (after taking ENG 114) both count toward GE as well as the English major.|
|Are there entry or prerequisite requirements for these Freshmen courses?||
GE Area A2.
|Can any of my AP or IB tests count toward requirements in this major?||
None that will count toward major requirements.
AP English Language and Composition scores of 3 or higher can count toward GE requirements Area A2 (ENG 114).
AP English Literature and Composition scores of 3 or higher can count toward GE requirements Area A2 (ENG 114) and Area C2.
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