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    Online Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education: Dual Major of Elementary and Special Education

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor's Enrollment: 60 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Online Assignment Submission, Threaded Discussion Board, Voice, simulations Subject: Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    This course uses Desire2Learn

    Undergraduate Dual Major Degree: Elementary, K-6, and Special Education, K-12, with ESOL Endorsement. This is a Florida DOE and NCATE approved undergraduate degree program in Elementary, K-6, and Special Education, K-12, with ESOL Endorsement. Students may use the course work completed to apply for initial teacher certification. This program is designed to develop teachers who will be prepared for the instructional and leadership roles in elementary and special education.

    Students will enter the program with lower level AA requirements completed, or nearly completed, and commence the sixty (60) semester hours program that leads to a BA in Elementary, K-6, and Special Education, K-12, with ESOL Endorsement.
    This program covers the 60 semester hours of upper division course work. Students should have completed an AA or AS degree prior to application to this program. UWF has an articulation agreement with Florida Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) who offers the lower 60 semester hours online.
    UWF has designed our online courses so that students can fully access the course materials with a 56K dial-up Internet connection. At the same time, UWF courses include interactive materials to improve student learning and retention. For this reason we strongly recommend that students use a broadband (DSL or cable) Internet connection. With high speed Internet access you will have more time to devote to your studies and spend less time waiting for a file to open or download. For more information on technical requirements, visit our web site.
    Being a "Student-Centered University" isn't just a slogan with us. Here at UWF, we focus on YOUR needs so that YOU can focus on your education. In this section of the Online Campus, you will be introduced to the many electronic services available to you and who to contact if you need assistance. Help Desk Support: We know that technical support is critical to our online students. The Help Desk is available 24/7 to assist you with your user accounts and other technical issues. helpdesk@uwf.edu Navigation Guide: The Navigation Guide is designed to provide directional assistance and information regarding registration and related services at the University of West Florida. Most services, including course offerings, are available online from any web-enabled computer. LightHouse: LightHouse is your gateway to the many student services at UWF, and is available to you as soon as you apply to the University. ArgoNet: ArgoNet is your unique UWF identification for services such as e-mail, Internet connectivity via University dial-up lines, centralized file storage, web page hosting, the Argus web portal, and your eLearning courses. Argus: Argus is our secure web portal where you will access not only your personal and enrollment information, but also your eLearning courses, student news and events. NAUTILUS Card: This is your UWF identification card needed for library access and which also can be used for student discounts and as photo identification. John C. Pace Library: As a UWF student, you will have access to our library's many resources as well as access to 14.000 titles on netLibrary. The library can be reached at 850-474-2462, via email and online. OWL: Online Writing Lab is available to assist online students with paper and term paper readings. The request link is located within the eLearning system. Bookstore: Textbooks, supplies and UWF merchandise are all available online through our Bookstore. The bookstore phone number is (850) 474-2150
    Fee Waiver Availability. Waivers to cover the out-of-state portion of assessed tuition and fees are available for qualified students enrolled in this online program. Note: Waivers must be requested and eligibility confirmed every semester � renewal of waivers is NOT automatic. For more information or to apply for the waiver, visit the Online Campus website. Students may also be eligible for financial aid. The Financial Aid Office (FAO) is located in Building 18. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST, Monday - Friday. The telephone number is (850) 474-2400. The purpose of the Financial Aid Office is to help eligible students meet educational costs while attending UWF. Understanding the financial aid process is critical. You probably have many questions about what you can expect and what is expected of you. You will find many of your answers on the website, and you can get answers to questions through direct interaction with the financial aid staff at UWF. You may email the financial aid office at finaid@uwf.edu


    In addition to general University requirements, students seeking B.A. degrees must meet the requirements listed below. Candidates for admission to the NCATE/DOE approved teacher education specialization must meet and complete admission requirements detailed under Admission to Teacher Education. These requirements include, but are not limited to, satisfactory completion of all areas of the College-Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST) and the General Knowledge, Professional, and Subject Area portions of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FCTE).

    Requirements for teacher education programs may change due to legislative mandates. Therefore, the actual program requirements may differ from those listed in the Catalog. Candidates must inquire with the Chair of the Division of Teacher Education or with Professional Studies Student Center to obtain the most current program requirements. Consult with your academic advisor for courses, which may satisfy both the General Study抯 requirements and common prerequisites
    For more information on this program contact Mr. John Carey at: (850) 474-3295 or e-mail jcarey@uwf.edu In addition, UWF has eCoaches to help mentor online students and answer non-course related questions. The eCoach can be contacted at: ecoach@uwf.edu
    UWF has eCoaches to help mentor online students and answer non-course related questions. The eCoach can be contacted at: ecoach@uwf.edu
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