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  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Student Handbook and Catalog

PreK-3 Emphasis (Tennessee Transfer Pathway), A.S.T.


The Tennessee Board of Regents two-year and four-year institutions and the universities in the University of Tennessee System developed the PreK-3 emphasis for the Associate of Science in Teaching degree to ensure a seamless transfer among all public TBR institutions of higher education in Tennessee. This area of emphasis is considered as fulfilling the coursework for the freshman and sophomore years at those institutions.

To facilitate success in this program, all students should enroll in ORN 1010 - Orientation: Learning to Succeed  during their first semester at DSCC.

Major/Concentration Codes: UTPT-UPK3

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Additional Degree Requirements:


  • ORN 1010 - Orientation: Learning to Succeed Credits: 3
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    Attainment of 2.75 cumulative Grade Point Average.

     

    An ACT score of 22 or successful completion of the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators (Core). DSCC’s recipient code is 3262. Use this code to request that your official scores are sent to the Office of Records.

     

    Satisfactory rating on an index of suitability for the teaching profession.

    DSCC AST Disposition Assessment Form

     

     

    Note: Students transferring to a University of Tennessee (UT) or Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) university may need to meet additional requirements to gain admittance to the university’s early childhood program. Transferring students should check with the university for specific program requirements.

Total: 65 Semester Hours


 

*For lists of eligible electives, see the appropriate section of the General Education Core Curriculum Requirements .

**For transfer to Austin Peay State University, East Tennessee State University, University of Memphis, UT Chattanooga and UT Knoxville, MATH 1530 is required.

***The University of Memphis does not have Development of Exceptional Children in its PreK-3 Curriculum, and students transferring to University of Memphis will have to take one other course after transfer.