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BUSI 490. Methods and Materials for Teaching Business Subjects. 3 Credits.

An exploration of the curriculum, methods, materials, trends, and philosophy in the teaching of business education. Students will be exposed to the Teaching and Learning Capstone requirements. Special emphasis is placed on technology, various instructional strategies, and Technical Education Teacher Credentialing Requirements in lieu of CTE 490, Methods for Teaching Career and Technical Education Subjects. The course must be taken before student teaching.
Typically Offered: Fall.
Prerequisite: Admitted to Teacher Education.

Business Minor

Course List Code Title Credits Required Courses ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I 3 ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II 3 BUSI 214 Business Communications 3 BUSI 315 Business in the Legal Environment 3 Directed Electives Select the Teaching Electives or the Non Teaching Electives 12 Teaching Electives BUSI 102 Keyboarding Methods BUSI 336 Business Data Solutions BUSI 490 Methods and Materials for Teaching Business Subjects MGMT 235 Diversity in the Workplace Non Teaching Electives MGMT 235 Diversity in the Workplace MGMT 330 Principles of Management MGMT 430 Organizational Behavior MRKT 305 Principles of Marketing Total Credits 24

Marketing Minor

...CTE certification must take BUSI 490 Methods and Materials for Teaching Business Subjects , CTE 431...

Mathematics Education government, industry, and business. ACCREDITATIONS National Council...Statistics I 3 MATH 490 Teaching Secondary School...

History Education

...such as government, travel, business, research, media or...Western History 3 HIST 490 Methods of Teaching...

Social Science Education

...Credits Required Courses HIST 490 Methods of Teaching...Macroeconomics 1 ECON 261 Business Statistics ECON 314...

Business Education - Composite Major

Department Chair: Morgan Keasler, , (701) 845-7518 Faculty Contact: Amber Ussatis Aberle, , (701) 845-7526 Department Office: 125 Vangstad, (701) 845-7521 Schedule a Visit: , (701) 845-7101 or (800) 532-8641, ext. 7101

Career and Technical Education B.S. in Education

...Technical Education 3 CTE 490 Methods for Teaching...encouraged to enroll in BUSI 491 Senior Portfolio...

Business Education

Department Chair: Morgan Keasler, , (701) 845-7518 Faculty Contact: Amber Ussatis Aberle, , (701) 845-7526 Department Office: 125 Vangstad, (701) 845-7521 Schedule a Visit: , (701) 845-7101 or (800) 532-8641, ext. 7101 Major The Business Education Composite major prepares students for various teaching positions in junior and senior high school. Graduates of this VCSU major are prepared to teach courses such as keyboarding, accounting, general business, business law, marketing, management and computer applications. Students may become licensed by the Education Standards and Practices Board to teach Business Education with the option of an additional endorsement in Marketing Education. Graduates are also prepared for careers as business professionals.  Students are required to participate in three field experiences in the secondary classroom. These experiences include an Introduction to Secondary Teaching, a classroom management practicum, and a 12-week student teaching field experience. Student teaching is the culminating experience of the program and the opportunity for students to apply all they have learned. GET INVOLVED IN YOUR MAJOR Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), Student North Dakota United (SNDU), Collegiate DECA, Pi Omega Pi ACCREDITATIONS National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)/Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Teacher Education Requirements Students are typically admitted into Teacher Education during their sophomore year or beginning of their junior year of college. This program requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher and successful completion of the Praxis I test. Additional criteria for Admission to Teacher Education can be found at the following website: “I had an amazing experience in my time in the business education program at VCSU. The faculty and staff were easy to work with and very knowledgeable. They thoroughly trained me in the field of education, and I felt very prepared to start my teaching career when I graduated. However, they didn’t just shape me into a teacher, they took time to form me into the total person I am today. I couldn’t be more grateful for this, and I highly encourage prospective students to enter this program.” —Richard Wright ’14, Starkweather, N.D.; business teacher, Montpelier (N.D.) Public Schools