Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
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Admissions, Retention
  and Advising

Degrees and Areas of

Recommendation for

Student Organizations
Athletic Training
Biological Sciences

Business Education:

Chemistry Education
Early Childhood

Earth Sciences

English Education
General Sciences Education
Health Education and
  Physical Education

History Education
Marketing Education
Mathematics Education
Middle Childhood

Modern Languages

Music Education

Physics Education
Political Science


Rehabilitation Services
Science Education
Social Studies Education
Visual Arts Education
Career and Technical

Marketing Education

The Marketing Education program leads to the Bachelor of Science in Education degree and state licensure. The program is designed to prepare outstanding teaching professionals in marketing education by offering a balanced program combining general education, professional education, and marketing content. The provisional career technical license in marketing education in Ohio is valid for teaching marketing subjects to learners ages eight and beyond and grades four and beyond.

Degree Requirements- Marketing Education

NOTE: This program was undergoing revision when the catalog went to press. For the most up to date information, consult the online Undergraduate Catalog (http://www.wright.edu/catalog).

Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

See General Education Requirements

General Education 52

Required Courses: 
Area III: EC 204, 205 (counted below in curriculum content)  
Area VI: ED 210  
Curriculum Content 91-94

ACC 204, 205
CS 205
EC 204, 205
EDT 211, 212*, 305*, 306*, 433, 445
ENG 330
LAW 300
MGT 304
MKT 300, 303
Choice of five: MKT 325, 366, 421, 446, 447, 461
VOE 401, 406, 421, 431
Professional Education 43-45

COM 101
ED 221, 223, 301, 303, 321, 323, 327, 429, 432, 440
EDS 333
EDT 280
Total 186

*These courses are to be taken at Sinclair Community College, Clark State Community College, Edison State Community College, or another approved two-year institution.

Final recommendation for licensure requires satisfactory completion of Praxis II examinations.
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