BA Physics with Texas Teaching Certification

Bachelor of Arts with Texas Certification Requirements


Students wishing to complete a B.A. in Physics with certification to teach in the state of Texas should complete the following curriculum in consultation with your physics advisor and a co-advisor in the Department of Education.  Contact Chair Janette Boazman (jboazman@udallas.edu) for assignment of an education co-advisor.  Information on teacher certification at UD can be found on the Education Department's teacher certification page.  


 Year 1 

  Year 1: Fall Semester     Physics 2311/2111  4
Mathematics 1404 4
English 1301  3
Language 2311        3
Philosophy 1301 3
Year 1: Spring Semester   Physics 2312/2112   4
Mathematics 1411 4
English 1302 3
Language 2312    3
Education 3305 3


 Year 2

    Year 2: Fall Semester     Physics 3320/3120  4
Physics 3363 3
Mathematics 2412  4
Theology 1310       3
Philosophy 1301 3

 Year 2: Spring Semester  

(Rome) 

English 2311 3
History 2301 3
Philosophy 2323 3
Theology 2311       3
Art 2311 3

 Year 3

    Year 3: Fall Semester        Physics 4423  4
Physics 4153 1
Chemistry 1303/1103 4
Mathematics 3324        3
Education 3335 3
 Year 3: Spring  Semester       Physics 4424   4
Economics  3
Chemistry 1304/1104    4
Philosophy    3
Education 3327  3


 Year 4

    Year 4: Fall Semester Physics 4327  4
Physics 3326 1
History 2302 4
Politics 1311        3
Education 5352 3
Education 3147 1
   
                   Year 4: Spring Semester                    Physics 3341/3141     4   
Biology 1301 3
Education 5323                     3
Education 4346  3
Education 3111,3112                        2

Education 5351 3


 Post Baccalaureate: To complete Texas Teaching Certification

EDU 4848       Clinical Teaching
EDU 4148       Clinical Teaching Seminar

If students are interested in the 4+1 Master of Arts in Teaching, please see the Department of Education's webpage.

If student places out of any of the above courses, it is highly recommended that they take PHY2302/2102 (Astronomy).

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