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Business, Computer, and Information Technology Education

(formerly Business Education)

Dr. Edward B. Brower, Program Coordinator
Ritter Hall 356
(215) 204-6199
edbrower@temple.edu

1. The total number of credit hours at graduation may be greater for some students based on initial placement exams, transfer evaluations, individual curricular choices, and academic progress.

2. Certain courses fulfill multiple requirements. In consultation with your advisor, you will be able to plan your curriculum more effectively.

3. Students must fulfill the necessary prerequisites for any given course or course sequence. See the Prerequisite and Co-requisite Policy in University-wide Academic Policies in this Bulletin.

This curriculum is designed to prepare students who expect to teach business subjects from K-12 and the junior college level in public and private schools. Two areas of content are combined in order to provide the student with a general education, a field of specialization, and professional training. Moreover, the curriculum aims to combine these elements in such proportions as to give students the balanced perspective of the relation that business education bears to education as a whole.

Prior to enrolling in Student Teaching (Student Teaching in Sec Ed/CTE 0385), Business Education students must have completed (with a 2.8 cumulative average) the Business Education, Career and Technical Education, and Professional Course Sequence Requirements as well as the Academic Specialization.

General Studies, Pre-professional Course Sequence and Core Requirements

Several restrictions and additions to the requirements listed above apply to students in this program.

1. All students must take English 0104 (Writing for Business and Industry) as an additional Writing and Composition requirement

2. All students must take a Statistics course.

ACADEMIC SPECIALIZATION

 

Department 

Course #

Course Name

Hours

Core Indicator

Accounting

0001

Principles of Accountings I


3 s.h.

 
 

0002 

Principles of Accounting II


3 s.h.

 
 

0011 or 
0126

Intermediate Accounting I
or
Accounting Information System 

3 s.h

 

CIS

C055

Computers and Applications


4 s.h.

SB

CIS Electives

3 s.h.

 

Econ

C051 

Macroeconomic Principles


3 s.h. 

IN

Econ 

C052

Microeconomic Principles


3 s.h.

IN

English

W104

Writing for Business and Industry


3 s.h.

WI

Finance

0101

Introduction to Finance Markets 43*


3 s.h.

 

HRA

0083

Organization and Management


3 s.h.

 

HRA Elective

3 s.h.

 

Law

0101

Law of Contracts

3 s.h.

 

Law 

C001

Law and Society

3 s.h.

IN

Mkt. 

W160

Consumer and Buyer Behavior


3 s.h.

WI

Note: Intermediate Accounting I and II and Accounting Information Systems must be taken in the junior or senior years.

*43 Prerequisite Completion of Lower Level Division fsbm course

Total semester hours including core requirements

128

 

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCES

 

Department

Course #

Course Name

Hours

Core Indicator

BE

0241

Methods of Teaching Microcomputer Applications

3 s.h.

 

CTE

0101

Principles of Career and Technical Education

3 s.h.

 

CTE

0102

Teaching Strategies in Career and Technical Education

3 s.h.

 

ED

0384

Student Teaching in Sec Ed

9 s.h. 

 


ED


0388

Senior Seminar and Performance Assessment


3 s.h.

 

Total

21 s.h.

 
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