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BSED Admission Requirements

Bachelor of Science in Education Admission Requirements

  • Conferred Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited institution;
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all higher education classes;
  • Satisfactory completion of the General Knowledge Test (GKT) portion of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination. Click here for more information or to register for the exam (http://www.fl.nesinc.com/). Please contact the School of Education at (386) 506-4374 for additional test preparation resources.

Volusia County Schools Volunteer clearance:

  1. Complete the Volunteer Online Application. The following links will take you directly to the Online Volunteer Application site:

English Application: https://apps.raptorware.com/vsoft/kiosk/volunteerregistration?clientId=c556628d-1b14-4ef1-99a0-6fc318d172b1

Spanish Application: https://apps.raptorware.com/vsoft/kiosk/volunteerregistration?clientId=c556628d-1b14-4ef1-99a0-6fc318d172b1&lang=esp

The above applications also can be found under the Volunteer/Partnership Program's website at http://myvolusiaschools.org/volunteer-partnership/Pages/default.aspx

All students must complete the volunteer application by visiting the district website (access it through any computer or other electronic device) or to complete an application at the Raptor Kiosk (if available at the Volusia school site). Just click on the URL of choice and complete the application. On the third page of the online application, be sure to check the following:

  1. In the Affiliations column, the box marked 'other,' type in 'DSC Junior Intern.'
  2. In the Organizations column, select the box marked 'Daytona State College.'
  3. Once submitted, the online application will be re-directed to the VIPS Department for approval. The application will stay on a 'hold' queue until the volunteer applicant has visited the Volusia County school of choice and has scanned an ID into the visitor module. Provided that the application clears the sexual predator/offender database performed by the Raptor System, then, the application will be approved and an email will be generated by the system that will inform the applicant of their volunteer status.

For questions, please contact Ashorda Foley (386) 255-6475 ext. 38379.

For a list of disqualifying offenses, view Florida Statute 1012.315

  • Bachelor of Science in Education Program application
  • Grade of "C" or higher in the following pre-requisite classes:

Common Education Courses for all BSED Programs

EDF1005

Introduction to the Teaching Profession

3

AND

EEX2010 When you click on this hyperlink this class should be offered Fall, Spring and Summer

Introduction to Special Education

3

AND

MAE2801

Elementary School Mathematics

3

MAE2801: For BSED Elementary and ESE majors only

Secondary Mathematics Education

MAC2311C

Calculus I and Lab

4

AND

MAC2312C

Calculus II and Lab

4

AND

MACXXXX

4

OR

MTGXXXX

4

OR

MASXXXX

4

Secondary Biology Education

MAC2311C

Calculus I and Lab

4

AND

BSC1010C

General Biology I (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

BSC1011C

General Biology II (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045C

General College Chemistry I and Lab

4

OR

PHY1053C

General Physics I and Lab

4

OR

PHY2048C

Physics with Calculus I and Lab

5

Secondary Earth/Space Science Education

MAC2311C

Calculus I and Lab

4

AND

GLY2010C

Physical Geology and Lab

4

AND

OCE1001

Introduction to Oceanography

3

AND

BSC1010C

General Biology I (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

BSC1011C

General Biology II (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

OR

CHM1045C

General College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046C

General College Chemistry II and Lab

4

OR

PHY2048C

Physics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049C

Physics with Calculus II and Lab

5

Secondary Chemistry Education

MAC2311C

Calculus I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045C

General College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046C

General College Chemistry II and Lab

4

AND

PHY2048C

Physics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049C

Physics with Calculus II and Lab

5

OR

PHY1053C

General Physics I and Lab

4

AND

PHY1054C

General Physics II and Lab

4

Secondary Physics Education

MAC2311C

Calculus I and Lab

4

AND

MAC2312C

Calculus II and Lab

4

AND

MAC2313C

Calculus III and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045C

General College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046C

General College Chemistry II and Lab

4

AND

PHY2048C

Physics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049C

Physics with Calculus II and Lab

5











Bachelor of Science in Education Admission Requirements

  • Conferred Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all higher education classes
  • Satisfactory completion of the General Knowledge Test (GKT) portion of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination. Click here for more information or to register for the exam (http://www.fl.nesinc.com/). Please contact the College of Education at (386) 506-3770 for additional test preparation resources.

Volusia County Schools Volunteer clearance:

  1. Complete the Volunteer Online Application. The following links will take you directly to the Online Volunteer Application site:

    English Application: https://apps.raptorware.com/vsoft/kiosk/volunteerregistration?clientId=c556628d-1b14-4ef1-99a0-6fc318d172b1

    Spanish Application: https://apps.raptorware.com/vsoft/kiosk/volunteerregistration?clientId=c556628d-1b14-4ef1-99a0-6fc318d172b1&lang=esp

    The above applications also can be found under the Volunteer/Partnership Program's website at http://myvolusiaschools.org/volunteer-partnership/Pages/default.aspx

    All students who are going to complete their field hours must complete the volunteer application by visiting the district website (access it through any computer or other electronic device) or to complete an application at the Raptor Kiosk (if available at the Volusia school site). Just click on the URL of choice and complete the application. On the third page of the online application, be sure to check the following:

  2. In the Affiliations column, the box marked 'other,' type in 'DSC Junior Intern.'
  3. In the Organizations column, select the box marked 'Daytona State College.'
  4. Once submitted, the online application will be re-directed to the VIPS Department for approval. The application will stay on a 'hold' queue until the volunteer applicant has visited the Volusia County school of choice and has scanned an ID into the visitor module. Provided that the application clears the sexual predator/offender database performed by the Raptor System, then, the application will be approved and an email will be generated by the system that will inform the applicant of their volunteer status.

For questions, please contact Ashorda Foley (386) 255-6475 ext. 38379.

For a list of disqualifying offenses, view Florida Statute 1012.315

  • Bachelor of Science in Education Program application
  • Grade of "C" or higher in the following pre-requisite classes:

Common Education Courses for all BSED Programs

EDF1005Introduction to the Teaching Profession

3

AND

EEX2010Introduction to Special Education

3

AND

MAE2801Elementary School Mathematics

3

MAE2801: For BSED Elementary and ESE majors only

Secondary Mathematics Education

MAC2311CCalculus I and Lab

4

AND

MAC2312CCalculus II and Lab

4

AND

MACXXXX

4

OR

MTGXXXX

4

OR

MASXXXX

4

Secondary Biology Education

MAC2311CCalculus I and Lab

4

AND

BSC1010CGeneral Biology I (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

BSC1011CGeneral Biology II (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045CGeneral College Chemistry I and Lab

4

OR

PHY1053CGeneral Physics I and Lab

4

OR

PHY2048CPhysics with Calculus I and Lab

5

Secondary Earth/Space Science Education

MAC2311CCalculus I and Lab

4

AND

GLY2010CPhysical Geology and Lab

4

AND

OCE1001Introduction to Oceanography

3

AND

BSC1010CGeneral Biology I (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

AND

BSC1011CGeneral Biology II (For Science Majors) and Lab

4

OR

CHM1045CGeneral College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046CGeneral College Chemistry II and Lab

4

OR

PHY2048CPhysics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049CPhysics with Calculus II and Lab

5

Secondary Chemistry Education

MAC2311CCalculus I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045CGeneral College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046CGeneral College Chemistry II and Lab

4

AND

PHY2048CPhysics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049CPhysics with Calculus II and Lab

5

OR

PHY1053CGeneral Physics I and Lab

4

AND

PHY1054CGeneral Physics II and Lab

4

Secondary Physics Education

MAC2311CCalculus I and Lab

4

AND

MAC2312CCalculus II and Lab

4

AND

MAC2313CCalculus III and Lab

4

AND

CHM1045CGeneral College Chemistry I and Lab

4

AND

CHM1046CGeneral College Chemistry II and Lab

4

AND

PHY2048CPhysics with Calculus I and Lab

5

AND

PHY2049CPhysics with Calculus II and Lab

5

Additional Information:

  • Once accepted, students must enroll in and complete the mandatory New Student Orientation class (SLS3355L) in their first semester of enrollment.
  • Students who have not taken two years of the same foreign language in high school, must  complete two semesters or 8 credit hours of the same foreign language at the college level to meet the state foreign language requirement to graduate.
  • Students must also complete the state-mandated 36 hours of general education core prior to graduation: Communications - 9 hrs; Mathematics - 6 hrs; Natural Sciences - 6 hrs; Humanities (Cultural and Aesthetic Foundation) - 9 hrs; Social (Science) Foundation - 6 hrs; and Cultural/Global Focus – 3hrs.