General Education Requirements.

In order to graduate, each student must fulfill a general education requirement by taking courses outside of his major concentration. The purpose of this core of general education requirements is derived from the competencies required of teachers in the secondary schools. In addition to being well prepared in a teaching discipline, the professional teacher must have an understanding of the teaching-learning process, be able to communicate clearly and effectively, be prepared to assume responsibility for the health and safety of the students, and possess a profound understanding of the philosophical and religious principles of his/her culture so as to provide a sound model of good citizenship for students. The Number Of required courses are determined by faculty or department of major concentration. Included in these required general education courses must be at least 10 course of the University requirements.

Credits

The Unit Of work OR credit is the semester Hour.

Class Levels

For the purpose of figuring class levels, the following hours classification are used, counting academic credits.

Class                                                 Semester Hours

Freshman                                                   0 – 32

Sophomore                                                33 – 65

Junior                                                         66 – 98

Senior                                                        99 – over

Academic Standards

The College of Education endeavors to main high academic standards in all aspects of the curriculum and life of the college. Students are expected to maintain an minimum grade point average of 2.0. Grade point averages are determined on a four points scale as follow.

S. No Course Number Course Title Course Credits Total
1 Edu. 110 Principles of Education 2 40
2 Edu. 120 Child Development 2 40
3 Edu. 210 Education Psychology 2 40
4 Edu. 220 Teaching Method & Techniques 2 40
5 Edu. 310 Measurement & Evaluation 2 40
6 Edu. 320 Teaching Practice 4 80
7   Educational Technology 2 40
8 Edu. 420 Curriculum Development 2 40
9   Educational Administration 2 40

In Order to graduate, a student must maintain a minimum of 2.25 grade point average in his major area of study, 2.0 grade point average in his minor concentration, and 2.0 averages in his general education course work.

 

BIOLOGY
Academic Department

Course Requirements for Biology

Total number of courses required = 18

Total number of credit hours = 54

S. No Course Number Course Title Course Credits Total
1 Bio. 110 Zoology I 3 60
2 Bio. 120 Botany 3 60
3 Bio. 130 Zoology II 3 60
4 Bio. 200 Human Anatomy & Physiology 3 60
5 Bio. 210 Tropical Crops 3 60
6 Bio. 220 Vertebrate Embryology 3 60
7 Bio. 230 Genetics 3 60
8 Bio. 240 Plant Anatomy & Physiology 3 60
9 Bio. 310 General Ecology 3 60
10 Bio. 320 Vertebrate Comparative Anatomy 3 60
11 Bio. 330 Community Health 3 60
12 Bio. 400 Teaching Biology 3 60
13 Bio. 420 Biochemistry 3 60
14 Bio. 440 Plant Pathology 3 60
15 Bio. 450 Senior Project 3 60
16   Practical biology 3 60
17   Molecular Cell-biology 3 60
18   General Parastology 3 60

 

CHEMISTRY
Academic Department

Course Requirements for Physics

Total number of courses required = 19

Total number of credit hours = 56

S. No Course Number Course Title Course Credits Total
1 Phys. 110 Physics I 3 60
2 Phys. 120 Physics II 3 60
3 Phys. 130 Physics III 3 60
4 Phys. 200 Geometrical & Physical Optics 3 60
5 Phys. 210 Thermodynamics 3 60
6 Phys. 220 Intermediate Mechanics I 3 60
7 Phys. 230 Experimental Physics I 3 60
8 Phys. 240 Atomic Physics 3 60
9 Phys. 310 Intermediate Mechanics II 3 60
10 Phys. 320 Experimental Physics II 3 60
11 Phys. 330 Electromagnetism 3 60
12 Phys. 340 Quantum Mechanics 3 60
13 Phys. 350 Introduction to Astronomy 3 60
14 Phys. 400 Solid State Physics 3 60
15 Phys. 410 Senior Project 3 60
16 Phys. 420 Electronics 3 60
17 Phys. 430 Nuclear Physics 3 60
18 Phys. 440 Experimental Physics III 2 40
19   Teaching Physics 3 60
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